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 [...]
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Today in the Odyssey of the Mind Club the students worked with their friends to solve the problem at hand. By each student creating a solution to the problem on their own and then sharing it with the rest of their group, the children were able to see that there was more than one way [...]
Today the Gardening Club has begun the first phase of the plan to clean up Lithia Springs yard. For phase one the students worked together to collect yard waste that was scattered across the yard. As the students collected the waste they learned that the waste collected included weeds, flowers, grass clippings, and brush. By [...]
Today the students at Bevis were inspired by Alberto Giacometti. Giacometti is a famous artist known for his sculptures of the human form. The kids had a great time choosing which of their friends to base their models off of. After they chose a friend, the students sketched stick figures then shaped tinfoil into the [...]
The BASE students at Lithia Springs learned about famous impressionist artist Claude Monet from Paris who began experimenting with art around the same age as many of the students. The students learned about how Monet used art as a way to express himself which gave him the ability to create the beautiful pieces we still [...]
To create their Picasso Clay Faces the students learned about the concept behind each of Pablo Picasso's art pieces. The students learned that although a lot of Picasso's pieces made them laugh because of how silly they looked they were actually created by the artist combining multiple points of view of one object into one [...]
Today, to begin the activity and gain a better understanding of what they were instructed to create the students learned a great deal about Pablo Picasso and his establishment of Cubism art. Cubism art was explained as a new way to see different objects. The students then used clay to model their own cubism self-portrait. [...]
Before crafting their very own colorful works of art with their friends the students learned about the famous art movement called impressionism which was prevalent in the 19th century. This included learning interesting facts about Claude Monet, the man who coined the impressionist term. The students focused on Monet's most famous and easily recognizable painting [...]
The students at Kingswood Elementary used tin foil and clay to create 2-dimensional sketches and 3-dimensional human-shaped models of stick figures. The students had a great time with their friends learning about the artist Alberto Giacometti and then creating their own models to resemble his easily identifiable works. By adding their own twist the students [...]
By using paper plates, construction paper, stencils, and markers the students were able to enjoy creating their very own masks. Some of the students decided to take a more creative approach and draw their own design for the mask on paper and cutting it out while others choose to be creative by choosing a mask [...]