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Our new project was addressing the art principle of color. We first visualized a rainbow in our heads, and then discussed the colors we saw. This allowed them to be introduced to Roy G. Biv! After that we watched a video. Then talked about that there were only three colors that can make all the … Continue reading
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Tags: Art classroom, Art education, Art Room, Art Teacher, Arts, Color, Elementary Art, Multicultural Crayon, Roy G. Biv, Visual Arts, White paper
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Our school is having a parent night next week and a few of the classes will be performing. One of the teachers asked me if I could do something extra special for a class of second graders to show off for the performance. Since they are singing a song by Cuban singer Celia Cruz, we … Continue reading
Posted in 2-4 Art Lessons
Tags: Art, Art classroom, Art education, Art Room, Art Teacher, Artists, Celia Cruz, Ceramic, Cuban, Cuban Art, Cuban Art Projects, Education, Elementary Art, Sharpie Art, Student, Teacher, Visual Arts
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Only seeing each class once a week sometimes can be problematic if there is a holiday, P.D. Day, a student is absent, etc., because now a student or even the entire class is behind the other classes. So to remedy this, we have Ketchup Day, where we catch up on projects they are behind on. … Continue reading
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Tags: Art classroom, Art education, Art Room, art stations, Art Teacher, Arts, Education, Elementary Art, Student, Visual Arts
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Monday September 16th was Mexican Independence Day, and since this school serves a very large amount of this population, what better way to celebrate the kick off of Hispanic Heritage Month, than with a lesson about Mexico’s Independence from Spain! Students were able to learn about their ancestry and for others to learn about other … Continue reading