My daughter wanted the Love Monster as her Valentine’s Day box, so we made it….and it turned out so cute!! Used a cereal box for the body, balsa wood legs/arms, spray painted red, foam pieces to eyes/paws/teeth, used black paint and cardboard scraps to make the fur texture.
The 4th graders were inspired by Greek/Roman pottery when creating their clay plates with cool stamped designs. We then took a look at some ancient coins to give us ideas for creating our own Greek/Roman coins to go a long with our ceramic dishes!
The creativity was flowing today during 5th grade clay making class! These Greek mythology creatures are looking great!
These cool textured/painted papers will become Green vases very soon….
The K classes are taking a look at Roman mosaics and Greek columns and combining them for some colorful creations this week!
Had to give this project a try since I always think they look so fun! The 3rd graders channeled their inner mythological monsters to create some creative creatures using a pinch pot base.
Inspired by some Ancient Greek/Roman terra-cotta dolls, the 5th graders are creating terra-cotta dolls of their own! Also, inspired by some Greek mythological creatures. If all goes well, some of our dolls will have dangling/moveable legs!
Back to business in one of my favorite projects of all time. Hill View students are making smiles….literally!