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This month both pre-k classes are working on pictures based on the book “The Rainbow Fish”. The classes are practicing using shapes to compose a picture. They are also learning about the color wheel and mixing colors.
Kindergarten is working on creating an underwater scene. The class learned about using shapes to compose a picture. They are also learning about the color wheel and will be practicing color mixing.
First grade is working on creating an underwater scene. The class learned about using shapes to compose a picture. They are also learning about the color wheel and will be practicing color mixing..
Second grade have viewed the bird prints of John J. Audubon. After they created a clay bird modeled after the different species seen in the paintings. They have painted the birds using a solid color and have decorated it using a matching color.
Third grade is learning about creating a self portrait. Students analyzed the face and learned about the correct proportions.
Fourth grade have viewed the bird prints of John J. Audubon. After they drew birds using photographs from nature publications. They have transferred their drawings to a Styrofoam plate and will be using markers to create a print.
Fifth and Sixth
Fifth and Sixth grade continue their study of cartooning and illustration by making their own comic strip. They had to come up with a storyline, characters and concepts sketches before drafting the final comic.
Seventh and Eighth
Seventh and Eighth grade will be responsible for designing this year’s yearbook. They will learn how to use computer software that will aide the design process.