Second graders created a birch tree landscape using a masking tape resist technique with watercolors. Here are a few of their masterpieces!
The first grade class learned about the primary colors and created superheroes made out of shapes cut from red, yellow, and blue construction paper.
I read the poem “The Crayon Box That Talked” by Shane DeRolf to the Kindergarten class. The last stanza of the poem reads, “We are a box of crayons. Each one of us is unique. But when we get together the picture is complete.” We talked about how each one of us is our own special person but when we are together as a class, or even as a school community, we are just as special together and make a great team! The students then created a portrait of themselves on a jumbo cut-out crayon.