Students at Kingswood celebrated Halloween by choosing their favorite pumpkin and decorating it with their friends! Then the students ended the day by creating ghost-themed poppers. The students enjoyed getting into the Halloween spirit before going home to trick or treat!
Today the Fishhawk Creek Elementary students used their imagination to create unique Google logos based on famous graphic designer Ruth Kedar. Kedar is best known for creating the classic logo used by Google until 2013. The students learned about Kedar and her involvement with the logo then designed their own Google logo modification. The student's [...]
By pasting marshmallows onto a paper bowl base students at Fishhawk Creek created igloos similar to ones found in the tundra ecosystem. Temperatures in the tundra ecosystem drop to as low as -30 degrees Fahrenheit and igloos are used to block out the cold, dry wind. The marshmallows are used to create a snow and [...]
Join us for a Spooktacular evening of fun! This parent's night out event will include pizza, swimming, costumes, and activities for ages 5-14. To sign up, please register through Amilia or call member services at (813)689-0908. ACTIVITIES: Costume Contest Pool Time Bobbing for Apples (with chopsticks) Mummy Wrap – A team race of mummies & [...]
Using frosting and fruit roll-ups, students created fun and edible cookie art inspired by Henri Matisse. Before they began, the students read Henri Scissors by Jeanette Winter in order to learn about Matisse. They learned that the artist's most famous pieces were created after illness confined him to a wheelchair. The student's cut fruit roll-ups [...]
With winter fast approaching the students at Lithia Springs were excited to celebrate by creating igloos. Before the activity, the students learned about tundra ecosystems. Tundra ecosystems are treeless regions found in the arctic. The students created an igloo they believed would keep them safe in the -30 degrees Fahrenheit weather in the tundra ecosystems. [...]
The gardening club made their watering bottles more personal today by decorating them. The students used markers to create a unique design on each of the bottles. The activity was made even more fun by each of the students being able to wear their new set of gardening gloves while they decorated. The students learned [...]
By using a number of abstract art techniques students created numerous colorful art pieces. Some students chose to take their abstract art techniques to a new level and incorporate their names! The students enjoyed choosing different color schemes for their art and showing it to their friends once complete!
The BASE students at Brooker Elementary learned all about the famous impressionist artist Claude Monet for today's art project. Then the students tried their best to replicate their own version of Monet's most famous painting “Water Lilies”. After planning their art piece, they pasted different colors of tissue paper onto the page to create the [...]