Brandon's favorite art project this year was this tree. First, the students used watercolors to pain the background. Once it was dry, they drew a tree with black marker. The last step was to glue little pieces of tissue paper onto the tree to look like flowers.
Irelyn really liked her Hundreds Day art piece. She made a portrait of what she will look like when she is one hundred years old by doing a torn paper collage.
Ty's favorite art project this year has been this leaf. This has definitely been a class favorite this year. He spread Kayro syrup all of the paper leaf. Then he splattered watercolor paints on it to give it color.
Madisan liked her snowflake art project this year. This was a very simple project where students folded their paper into fourths. Then they used white crayon to draw snowflakes. Then they used watercolors to paint each quarter of the paper a different color.
Whitley's favorite writing assignment this year has been this fictional narrative story. She went through a long process to finish this book. She filled out a story map, wrote a rough draft, went through author's circle, rewrote her story to add more details, had it typed, and then made illustrations.
Blake hasn't been in our class long, but it didn't take him long to fit in. His favorite writing assignment since he's been in our class has been this fictional narrative. He wrote a very intriguing story about a stranger that comes to his house, and what his family does to solve the problem.
Parker's favorite art project this year, like many other students', is this leaf. The students covered the paper leaf in Karo Syrup, and then used watercolors to paint it.
This art project that Allyson created is the Life Cycle of a Butterfly. She used a different type of pasta for each stage of a butterfly's life.
Logan's favorite art project this year was his hundreds portrait. He ripped pieces of paper to create a self-portrait of himself of when he is 100 years old.