Fourth and fifth grade students created a collective series of work to honor veterans for Veterans Day this year.
Students created the Ohio flag.
They also made a flag of the United States.
Students also created a poster for the army, navy , air force, marines and the coast guard.
After drawing the design and tracing it with marker, students added a wash of watercolor paint for the background.
After retracing the poster with marker, students began to use dots of paint in a pointillistic manner.
Every group began adding dots of color to their art work.
Collectively the work began to take shape as dots and colors began to fill in the design.
It was fun to watch the students take ownership of their work as their skills increased.
All of the students were introduced to new art techniques and design ideas as they worked cooperatively on this project.
Here are examples of their work:
Third grade students have been learning about contour and continuous line drawing.
Students have been using “George”, our classroom skeleton, as a model.
These drawing exercises have been forcing the students to explore a new method of drawing.
Everyone has learned new skills in this new method of drawing.
It’s exciting to see students’ drawing skills improve through this process.
The line in a continuous line drawing is unbroken from the beginning to the end. The drawing tool stays in constant contact with the surface of the paper during the entire length of the drawing process.
It has been great fun to see the third graders’ confidence grow in their drawing abilities as the school year progresses.
First grade students explored color as they painted pumpkins.
Students explored various types of oranges and how they are created.
Everyone enjoyed learning about the different types of oranges as they used dots of color to fill their pumpkin paintings.
It was a fun project to discover color mixing concepts in first grade.
Third, fourth and fifth grade students participated in the annual National Fire Safety Poster Contest sponsored by the Willard Fire Department.
Students began designing their posters as they figured out how to tell a visual story.
A lot of thought went into creating their posters.
After completing their designs, students added color.
Colored pencil and marker were employed to complete their posters.
Focus and concentration are required to create a great poster that engages the viewer and tells a story.
Here are the winning posters: Danela Hernandez, 5th grade – 1st place
Lauren Hamons, 4th grade – 2nd place
Brayden Sykes, 5th grade – 3rd place
Jack Rojos Lopez, 5th grade – Honorable Mention.
Lexie Maynard, 3rd – 1st place
Joshua Wilson, 3rd grade – 2nd place
Manolo Gonsalez, 3rd grade – 3rd place
Madilyn Kemper, 3rd grade – Honorable Mention
Maria Lopez, 3rd grade – Honorable Mention
Harry Meisner, 3rd grade – Honorable Mention
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First grade students explored building with squares and rectangles for their first art class this new school year.
Play is a great method for students to learn and explore while engaging their imaginations.
Students used the brightly colored shapes to create buildings, animals, flying machines and objects that can only be found through the creative process.
This was a great opening project to engage the students’ minds, hands and imaginations through visual art.