Monet Inspired WaterLily Pond by my Grade 1 and 2
- Students learned about the artist Claude Monet
- Students studied Monet’s “Waterlilies” and “The Waterlily Pond” artwork.
- Students learned how to paint using Monet’s painting technique.
- Students created their own version of Monet’s “Waterlily Pond” using painting, drawing and collage techniques
My Grade 2’s absolutely loved drawing these enlarged flower 🌺 🌸 bouquets.
This lesson comes from one of my amazing art teacher friends Cassie Stephens~ you can find more of her projects on her blog cassiestephens.blogspot.com
I had a blast teaching my students and their families how to create cupcakes using modeling clay. So much Fun! 🤗
Took students outside to collect leaves. We then analyzed the leaves looking closely at the lines, shape, form, and color. Students then chose a leaf to draw.
This is part 1 of our aboriginal leaf painting.
Here is one of my many animated introductory lessons. Students love my Bitmoji. My videos are great to increase student engagement, motivation and enhance learning.
Here is an animated Video I created with my Bitmoji to help my students learn about landscapes with a cool song to help them remember where and how to place objects in the Foreground, Middle ground, and Background. I also teach them a cool dance along with learning the song 🎵 💃🏽🎨❤️
Grade 2 Students learn about emotions and how color can be used to express different emotions. In today’s world Emojis are used to communicate rather than words. Students really grasped the concept and drew different emojis and colors to express how they were feeling 😍🤓😷😜
Grade 2 Learning about warm and cool colors.
Grade 2 learned how to draw a polar bear through a guided drawing activity. They learned about the element of art “ Value” and experimented creating value with oil pastels. They also learned about foreground, middle ground, and background.