Zebra Pastel Drawings

WEEK: 15 DATE: November, 27 2016

First/Second Grade: Zebra Painting

We will be continuing our look at wild life with the Zebra.  Students will see various types of ways to render form and a walk-thru of how to draw a cartoon zebra.  Students will then paint the dark areas with black acrylic paint.

 

Third/Fourth Grade:  Zebra Chalk Drawing

We will be looking at negative space and high contrast monochromatic drawings.  Students will watch various methods on how to render form.  We will cover contour, observation, and negative space drawing. Students will then have the option to make their own zebra with their choice of media (paint, pastel, colored pencil).

 

Fifth Grade:

 We will be looking at negative space and high contrast monochromatic drawings.  Students will watch various methods on how to render form.  We will cover contour, observation, and negative space drawing. Students will then have the option to make their own zebra with their choice of media (paint, pastel, colored pencil).

 

 

WEEK: 14 DATE: November, 20 2016

First/Second Grade: This week we will be focusing on altruism as our ESLR for the month.  Students will be working on the heartbeats logo design contest.  We will discuss why it’s important to give back to others less fortunate and how to go about making a good design.  The winner of this contest will have their design printed on all the shirts that are going to be sold during the Heartbeats week.

Third/Fourth Grade:  Heartbeats Poster Contest This week we will be focusing on altruism as our ESLR for the month.  Students will be working on the heartbeats logo design contest.  We will discuss why it’s important to give back to others less fortunate and how to go about making a good design.  The winner of this contest will have their design printed on all the shirts that are going to be sold during the Heartbeats week.

 

Fifth Grade: Heartbeats Poster Contest

This week we will be focusing on altruism as our ESLR for the month.  Students will be working on the heartbeats logo design contest.  We will discuss why it’s important to give back to others less fortunate and how to go about making a good design.  The winner of this contest will have their design printed on all the shirts that are going to be sold during the Heartbeats week.

 

Rhino Contest Drawings

WEEK: 13 DATE: November, 14 2016

First/Second Grade: Rainy Day People

We are saying farewell to the monsoon season with this last rainy day assignment.  Students will paint a rainy scene and cut out a person wearing a raincoat with an umbrella.

 

Third/Fourth Grade:  Marbling Paper

We will return explore the world of non-objective art.  Students will be introduced to the technique of marbling paper.  Students will get a short history of marbling and get a chance to create their own masterpieces.

Fifth Grade: Marbling Paper

We will return explore the world of non-objective art.  Students will be introduced to the technique of marbling paper.  Students will get a short history of marbling and get a chance to create their own masterpieces.

 

Third Grade Leaf Rubbings

WEEK: 12 DATE: November, 6 2016

First/Second Grade: Rhino Drawing Contest

This week we will be turning our attention to the plight of the endangered species of the Rhino.  The Rhino horn has become a highly sought-after item in Southeast Asia, Vietnam and China in particular.  Students watched a presentation last week and made some preliminary sketches and paintings last week. Students will be reminded about the importance of preserving our ever-dwindling reserves of animals before they become extinct.

Students will be able to choose from a variety of mediums to make their p.s.a. Rhino picture.  The students’ work will be forwarded to http://www.wildernessfoundation.co.za/

for further consideration.

Third/Fourth Grade:  

This week we will be turning our attention to the plight of the endangered species of the Rhino.  The Rhino horn has become a highly sought-after item in Southeast Asia, Vietnam and China in particular.  Students watched a presentation last week and made some preliminary sketches and paintings last week. Students will be reminded about the importance of preserving our ever-dwindling reserves of animals before they become extinct.

Students will be able to choose from a variety of mediums to make their p.s.a. Rhino picture.  The students’ work will be forwarded to http://www.wildernessfoundation.co.za/

for further consideration.

 

Fifth Grade:

This week we will be turning our attention to the plight of the endangered species of the Rhino.  The Rhino horn has become a highly sought-after item in Southeast Asia, Vietnam and China in particular.  Students watched a presentation last week and made some preliminary sketches and paintings last week. Students will be reminded about the importance of preserving our ever-dwindling reserves of animals before they become extinct.

Students will be able to choose from a variety of mediums to make their p.s.a. Rhino picture.  The students’ work will be forwarded to http://www.wildernessfoundation.co.za/

for further consideration.