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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Fiesty Fifth Graders~ Greek Vases

BLAKE
 Wow. There's a lot to say about these fantastic vases my fifth graders worked on for quite a while. There were times I seriously didn't think we'd make it to the finish line, but we did and I'm super proud of them!
KENDRA
 Some were a bit crooked after drying, but this resourceful fifth grader decided it looked more like a water pitcher so she ditched the second handle.
LEANNA
 I love it.
 
 Some were worried about their vase being lopsided or lumpy and bumpy but I reminded them the vase was to be a couple thousand year old replica so it was all good!
LAURA
 It was a mess let me tell ya. To paper mache and clean up in 50 minutes was a race....

 ..and when one class didn't finish and the room temp overnight caused several balloons to deflate many had to start over.
 But we did it!

 Now Mrs. Cline is searching for even more paper mache ideas, so bring on the gloopy glop!!
BRYELLE

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Krazy Kinders~ Christmas Tree

Kindergartners used their cutting skills to cut various stars. There were stars with 5 points and stars with 8 points!
 Then we decorated them and with the help of a few fifth graders and second graders created a beautiful Christmas tree in the hall.
Happy Holidays Students and families at Eagle View Elementary!

Fantastic First Graders~ Ancient Greek Columns

ELLIE
 First Graders studied the different types of columns and looked at pictures of the Parthenon!
SHAYE
 They found that there are many buildings today that have columns and some students even found them at their house!
CLAIRE
 We also learned about mosaic art and how some columns were not only functional but also decorative works of art...
NADIA
...like these!

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Paper Mache Greek Vases with Mr. Triplett's Class

Not sure what caused them to break into song....
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but I love it!

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Thrilling third Graders~ Value Pumpkins

ALIX
 Third graders are learning about value! Making tints and shades of orange were perferct for fall pumpkins. We decided to spice them up with a bit of patterns and add a neutral background. Love how they look like a night sky!
JESSICA
ERIC
ABBY M.
ABBY B.
BECCA
EMILY
HANAH
SARAH

Krazy Kinders~ Monsters

BEN
 Kindergarteners were read the story "The Monster in the Backpack" by Lisa Moser. They painted the fur and turned it into a collage by adding paper, pom poms and googly eyes. I love the expression! they were especially excited to figure out they too would have a monster in their backpack when it was time to take them home!
 ANNA
 ANTHONY
 ALYSSA
 CLARA
 LUKE
 BRIANNA
 GAVIN
 KATE
 ETHAN
 MAX
 JESSE
COLE

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Fantastic First Graders~ Splatter Bats

MADDEN
 First Graders learned about the many tools that you can paint with. They were surprised at how many there were! Our night sky was created with a rubber band brush, rolling marbles and toothbrush sprays. Remember kids, now that you're experienced with that toothbrush, no toothpaste sprays on your bathroom mirror!
 JENA
 MEGAN
OLIVIA

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Fiesty Fifth Graders~ Glowing Pumpkins!

 These oil pastel pumpkins are huge...18x24 size!

 Although it was messy, they love working big.

 They were allowed to choose up to 5 colors for the inside and then different colors for the outside glow

 I love the variation in color and the blending they worked so hard on.

 The art room tables are still a mess, but it was totally worth it!