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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Spiral Snails

Bryan in Mrs. Zarella's kinder 2016
Mrs. Penn's kinder 2016
Melik, Landon P. & harmony 
Reighlyn from 1st grade 2015
Mrs. Bluhm's 1st grade 2015
Sarah, Gavin, Anna, Ava, Kaitlein, All & Addison 2015
Mrs. Mara's 1st grade 2015
Kayleigh, Addison, Daniela, jake, Jamie & Debora
Mrs. Baylor's kinder class 2015
Jessalyn, Landon, Ellie & joseph
Mrs. Ayer's kinder class 2015
Emma, Ashlyn, No Name & Kyla 
Mrs. Smee's first grade 2015
Logan, Sophie, Isabel, No Name, Melanie, Erin, No Name 2 & Emily
Mrs. Parker's 1st grade 2015
Caleb, Alexis, Emma & Ria
Mia, Laila, Miya & Aayan 
Mrs. McGinley's 1st grade 2015
Madi & hailey (above)
Sam, anonymous, Vanshika, Trent, Eliza & Allison (above)
Mrs. Simble's 1st grade class 2015
Ashton, Sophia, Rahmah, Jett, Hayden &  Anonymous (Above)
Lauren & Callie (above)
Mrs. Kolon's kinder class 2015
Justin, Payton, Gabriella & gage
Ava (below)
Mrs. Erck's kinder class 2015
Torrin &peyton
Mia, anonymous, Ciara, Isaac, Payton W. 
  Mrs. Zarella's kinder class 2015
Carter & Alexis (above)
Scarlett, Hazel, Maddison & Andrea 
Teacher Examples Below
by Tabitha Seaton

Night time scene with construction paper crayons...


My Madelynn (3 years)
(filter made with tempera cakes)
The process...

1. Draw a spiral line on the colorful coffee filter (see below steps and options)
Outline with black marker or crayon.l
2. Draw a snail body on the bottom of a colored paper.
Outline with black marker or crayon and cut out.

3. Glue coffee spiral down onto background paper. Glue snail body on top of filter.

4. Decorate the background paper in a scene that would be fit for a snail's enviroment.

BAttle of the Mediums... Experiment!

Tempera Cakes vs. Washable Markets on Coffee Filters...
Before water brush...
Add spots or scribbles of washable markers onto coffe filter...
 (better if warm or cool colors separate)

Lay wax paper square under coffee filters. 
Marker: With wet brush dot around the washable marker filter. 
Tempers cakes: With wet brush apply tempera color to filter. 

More washable marke experiments...
Playing with how to lay the marker down and seeing results vary.
(this art nerd had too much fun!)


Personally, I like the washable marker results better. Cleaner, easier to control & more vibrant!

Color Mixing Snails project from Artonia's

Alternative Project
Mrs. Ayer's Kinder 2017
Taylor, Madelynn, Mia, Jacob, 
Eydrien, jack, Phinley & Ava

Mrs. Fortner's Kinder
 No Name, Kamron, kylee, Avery, 

Elizabeth, Emanuel, Lycian & trey. 
Mrs. Baylor's KInder class
Kathryn, Lillian & Aiden

Mrs. Zarella's Kinder class
Jeremy, Giovanni, 
Julia & Fernanda 


Sunday, February 22, 2015

Jelly Fish

Mrs. Markawitz's 4th grade
Tray (above)
London, Cheyanne, Andrea, Sevan & jimmy (above)
Mrs. McMillian's 4th grade
Kadin, Ava, Kenny & Katalina
Mrs. Maddox's 5th grade
Hanna & Morgan
(Above in black)
Gianni & Braden
 (above in purple)
Mrs. Do's 4th grade class
Alyssa & Nikky (above)
Danyel, Haley, Joshua, Abby & Samantha 
Mrs. kearly's 5th grade Jellies

Rachel, Sarah, Kyli, Tiffany & Kallie
Cool thing is, our past assignment was hot air balloons that taught the students how to use contour lines on a ballooned form. The jellyfish are a perfect match for continuing the learning into a new subject. 
Jellyfish are fascinating creatures!!! 


Construction Paper Crayons on 
Colored Paper...

Colored Pastel Chalk with Coffee Filter
Advanced multi medium