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BE PREPARED for FINAL EXAMS!
You have 2 sketchbook assignments remaining for Quarter No.4. You can go ahead and choose your last 2 and begin working on them. Get ahead:) Here is a preview of the choices and the due dates!
4th Due Date:
RED Day = June 12th & BLUE Day = June 13th
Our next project requires the use of 3 cereal boxes or foam board per student, so we need to collect as much as we can get! Bring in your recycling…
The best material for making a cube is foam board. It looks something like this and you can find it at Wal-Mart, Target, Staples, A.C. Moore, and/or Michael’s. The bigger the better:)
If you can’t bring in those, then grab your empty cereal boxes!
Other items we need are:
aluminum foil, lids and caps of all sizes, small cups and containers, like empty spice containers, pill bottles, applesauce containers, empty egg cartons, plastic easter eggs, medium containers with lids, for example, yogurt and sour cream containers, wine corks, empty tape rolls, paper towel and/or toilet paper rolls, gift wrapping rolls, Styrofoam and/or paper cups, Styrofoam pieces, light bulbs, plastic spoons and forks…
BRING IN AS MUCH AS YOU CAN! 🙂
T.C students, what is your story? Show us or tell us in this year’s PTA Reflections Art Contest. Express yourself in six different ways:
- Dance Choreography
- Film Production
- Music Composition
- Visual Arts
Enter as many times as you wish, and in as many categories as you wish. Entry forms and copies of the Reflections rules can be found at the Reflections bin in the Library/Media Center, or by visiting www.ReflectionsAlexandria.com. Place your entry in the Reflections bin located in the Library/Media Center by 3:30 pm on Friday, October 21, 2016 or give to me to turn in!
This will count as a sketchbook grade!
(It could replace a not-so-great sketchbook grade or replace a NHI)
Don’t let this be your face
when you see me on
Monday or Tuesday…
I absolutely adore teaching and I am so excited to have the opportunity to begin another year! Class of 2020 is a wonderful group of kiddos and I am privileged with guiding you on your artistic journey this year.
I believe in you.
I trust in you.
You are listened to.
You are cared for.
You are important.
You will succeed.
Please check out my post to my previous students by clicking the icon below – it really sums up quite a bit!
Click on the link below to complete your warm-up:
What is BLENDED LEARNING? Could I already be using this in my classroom? How can I make this work for me and my kids without MORE WORK?
Blended learning–instruction that combines online and onsite (in-classroom) resources and practices–is a research-based approach that leverages technology to build a collaborative, engaging, efficient, and effective learning environment. Blended learning takes many forms: teachers can blend a single lesson or activity, or use blended learning as a framework for an entire course.
Click on the link below to participate in our answer garden!
Click the image below for the link to the Blended Learning Camp Folder on Google Drive:
Are you my student and need EXTRA CREDIT – then looky here! Cast your vote in all 3 categories below and the points will magically appear in the gradebook 🙂
The 2015-2016 school year is almost over and I have slowly been transforming my classroom into the environment that I desire for my students and I to be in on a daily basis. I tell my students that my desk is my ‘sacred space’, like their backpacks; but also my classroom is just as important to me because I live in it. The majority of my days are spent in this space shared with over 100 other beings.
It really bothers me as a Visual Art Teacher when I walk into other teacher’s classrooms and they are boring, messy, or just plain visually unappealing. My environment has always had such an effect on me in an academic and artistic setting – I find it easier to feel settled, get focused and be happy in a visually rich surrounding.
One of my classes has been working to ‘transform’ the room with paint! I wanted to make areas in the room that were functional as well as unify in with an overall design to produce a harmonious setting for my budding artists to explore and create in.
Our next step is to put several quotes all in different fonts on a wall of cabinets. I myself, can be a very indecisive person at times, especially when it involves something kinda permanent – so to make it easy on me, I would like my students and people I know who care about my classroom to have a say as to what goes on my cabinets!
I have separated them into 3 different categories to vote from: ART, CREATIVITY + LIFE. Please take the time to vote once in each category. You may vote for only 5 quotes in each category. Also, these are images that I uploaded from Pinterest, however, remember that my students and I will not necessarily be painting them on the cabinets they way they appear in the image. So, please vote on the words and meaning of the quotes versus the ‘style’ of the image.
Remember, please submit only once, 5 in each category! Votes will be tallied on Tuesday, June 7th, 2016!
Thank you for voting! There will be pictures when we are finished!!!
*click on any image above to link to the SKBK No.9 page!
“Who in the world am I?” asked Alice (in Wonderland).
This is one of those universal questions. Every person on the planet can relate to this question, can’t we? When you ask yourself this question what comes to mind?
You are tasked with exploring your own identity and creating an artwork that visually tells us (your viewers) about yourself. Can you use mixed media and/or collage to produce a silhouette that speaks to us visually about who you are? What do you want us to know about you? What do you want us to feel when we look at your artwork?
This sketchbook assignment is geared towards making this task a successful, creative + artistic endeavor for you as a student artist. Click on the following image to be navigated to Sketchbook No.8:
PTA Reflections is a national arts contest for preK-12 students. The city's program is run by the PTA council of Alexandria, Virginia.
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