Creative 5th Graders!

View this post on Instagram When students see your painting assignment and raise you creative printmaking… well you just have to display that loud and proud!!! A post shared by Mrs H (@makingsmartists) on Oct 25, 2018 at 7:03pm PDT

Fall Leaves

View this post on Instagram These fall time leaves by kindergarten we’re just the bright spot we needed this gloomy, grey week! 🍂 A post shared by Mrs H (@makingsmartists) on Oct 25, 2018 at 7:12pm PDT

Pumpkin Apple Prints

View this post on Instagram Okay, I’m beginning to love this pre-k thing! I mean yeah, it’s a lot of set up for a lot of littles, but check our our apple print pumpkins! 🎃🍏 A post shared by Mrs H (@makingsmartists) on Oct 25, 2018 at 5:14pm PDT

A Unit on Line

Borrowed from the amazing Cassie Stephens: https://cassiestephens.blogspot.com/2013/10/in-art-room-unit-on-line-for.html View this post on Instagram Let’s talk Kindergarten sculptures. Yes, you heard that right. Kindergarten. Sculptures. I would have *never* attempted this by myself but @cassie_stephenz line unit was too good to resist!Line, primary color, and glue practice AND SCULPTURE (did I mention that already?) all in one tiny bundle?! AH-mazing. So grateful for…

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Frankensteins

View this post on Instagram As easy as 1, 2, AAAAH!! • JK – behind the scenes, prep is intense! • but how stinking cute are these pre-k Frankenstein monsters?!? A post shared by Mrs H (@makingsmartists) on Oct 16, 2018 at 8:54am PDT

Zentangle Hands

View this post on Instagram 5th grade zentangle hands are up in the hallway and reminding us our goals are within our reach! ☀️ • It’s done! This is the project I didn’t complete before fall break. And you know what… no one was hurt – or even noticed – that I didn’t stick to my own unreasonable timeline! •…

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Fingerpainting Fall

View this post on Instagram Pre-K made fall trees using just their hands! 👆🎨 We used brown crayons to trace our hands and arms to make a trunk and branches. Then we used our “painting finger” to add colorful fall leaves! 🍂 A post shared by Mrs H (@makingsmartists) on Oct 5, 2018 at 5:40am PDT

Drawing with Dimension

View this post on Instagram Phew! Another one bites the dust! 4th grade learned about dimension by drawing curved lines to make our balloons 3-Dimensional! 🎈 A post shared by Mrs H (@makingsmartists) on Oct 4, 2018 at 12:22pm PDT

Paper Weaving

View this post on Instagram Kindergarten used primary color papers and weaved them into a pattern as part of their Kente Quilt project preparation! A post shared by Mrs H (@makingsmartists) on Oct 3, 2018 at 3:41pm PDT

Kandinsky Drawing

View this post on Instagram This week we’ve been working on some blind drawings! We’ve been learning more about Kandinsky and how music relates to art making. Closing our eyes helps us to focus on the sounds we hear and turn them into lines and shapes! A post shared by Mrs H (@makingsmartists) on Oct 19, 2018 at 2:54pm PDT