2nd grade Rodeo ’16

Monday: We used warm colors and painted with watercolor to make a sunset and then green grass. We then used oil pastels to make the sheep and shadows.  Tuesday: We used watercolor pencils to make these farm scenes. Wednesday: We used different shades of green to make our cacti then use watercolor paint to paint … Continue reading

1st grade Rodeo ’16

For this year’s Rodeo, I’m challenging myself to have every single class in all of the grade levels working on something different so that there is more variety to pick from to be on display at the Alvin ISD Rodeo Show. All of the projects were selected based upon what the particular grade levels have … Continue reading

5th Grade Rodeo ’16

For this year’s Rodeo, I’m challenging myself to have every single class in all of the grade levels working on something different so that there is more variety to pick from for the display at the Alvin ISD Rodeo SHow. All of the projects were selected based upon what the particular grade levels have already … Continue reading

4th grade Rodeo ’16

All five of the 4th grade classes are doing different projects so there is more variety for the show in January. Here they are! Monday: Rooster Molas Bringing a bit of culture into the Western lesson, 4th grade learned about Panamanian Molas, and then made their own! This lesson reviewed different types of lines, and … Continue reading

Kindergarten Rodeo ’16

All five of the kindergarten classes will be working on different Rodeo Art projects so that there is more variety for the show in January. Here they are! Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday:

1st Watercolor Roosters

1st graders had another Rodeo Art project, this time using a rooster. We did this together as they followed along in the steps that I drew as an example. Once their roosters were drawn, they added a few details with crayon for a resist, and then finished up using watercolor. It’s so awesome to see … Continue reading

4th Grade Pastoral Scenes

4th grade drew these awesome pastoral scenes. As third graders we spoke heavily about value, and it was great to see them apply that to this lesson. We first drew the scene, and then they were instructed to use oil pastel, colored pencil or both to add color. I gave demonstrations on both media, and … Continue reading

5th grade Pumpkin Pastures

The 5th grade made these awesome mixed media paintings for their Rodeo Art projects. We started out with painting the backgrounds using watercolor, where they learned about blending colors, and how to make their skies have gradients. Once they were dry, we worked from the background laying down the tree line using brown and black … Continue reading

Rodeo Art Participants

Here they are! Our entries for Rodeo Art 2014!

Kindergarten:

Kindergarten Rodeo Art Entry

Kindergarten Rodeo Art Entry

1st grade:

1st grade Rodeo Art Entry

1st grade Rodeo Art Entry

2nd grade:

1st grade Rodeo Art Entry

2nd grade Rodeo Art Entry

3rd grade:

3rd grade Rodeo Art Entry

3rd grade Rodeo Art Entry

 

 

3rd Grade Rodeo Art Entry

4th grade:

4th grade Rodeo Art Entry

4th grade Rodeo Art Entry

4th grade Rodeo Art Entry

1st grade Rodeo Art Entry

4th grade Rodeo Art Entry

4th grade Rodeo Art Entry

5th grade:

5th grade Rodeo Art Entry

5th grade Rodeo Art Entry

Keep your fingers crossed! I’m thinking we have some great potential for a winner!

 

Cutest Lesson Ever! Kindie Piggies

I mean what I say, and I say what I mean! Cutest lesson EVER! Just too cute! We started with a plate with lots of white paint, and one squirt of red. One special mixer at each table got to mix up the colors and see what happened. They were all so excited at the … Continue reading