First class of 3rd graders finishing up their snake sculptures inspired by cobra symbols of Ancient Egypt. Just add glitter, gemstone eyes, and ribbon for the tongue for a glimmering art piece ready for the 3rd grade art showing coming this winter!
Well, I figured out what to do with the cool metallic line paintings 1st graders made…turn them into the backgrounds for our golden scarabs! The students created a relief sculpture of an Ancient Egyptian scarab and press it onto a foam core tile. When it hardened, students painted them gold using my favorite Chromatemps paint. Then, we glued the tile onto their line paintings and added a gemstone for a little bling. Looks great!
My preschooler came home with a pumpkin ice cream recipe that she wanted to make. It was very simple and very tasty! She was so proud of herself!
These paintings are now on display in the hallways and really brightened things up!
My 2nd grade daughter and I came up with this turkey disguise for her school project this year! Can you tell she has an art teacher for a mom?? 😆
Cats on display in the hallway! Fun and playful!
The K-2 students are having a blast learning how to draw a turkey from Steve Harpster. Hill View students love when they get to draw a Harptoon in art class, but they can do it at home as well! Here is the Harptoon we watched to learn how to draw a turkey for Thanksgiving… https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hZogYWZPuQQ
Here are the first draft turkeys done by 1st grade for their art journals. Impressive!
Some sweet and adorable letters from kindergarten friends…❤️