Marble Painting by Pre-K/Originators
For this collaborative activity, the Originators took turns dipping a marble in paint and then rolling it on a piece of paper at the bottom of a bin. They used different colors to dip the marble in to create the swirl of vibrant colors. It was a fun and different way to create artwork, and they enjoyed participating in making this masterpiece together!
Friendship Weaving by Kindergarten/Hikers
On their classroom loom, each of the Hikers contributed to the weaving of a colorful and unique work of art.
Ceramic Bowl by 1st grade/Climbers
The Climbers painted this gorgeous bowl themselves! They painted animals, from their imagination, with ceramic underglazes. The bowl was fired in a kiln and is food, microwave and dishwasher safe.
Tile Mirror by 2nd & 3rd grade/Explorers
This is a beautiful, tiled mirror depicting artwork painted by the Explorer class. Each tile was painted with enamel by the students and then fired in a kiln for durability.
UPCYCLE by 4th & 5th grade/Innovators
Using recycled paper from their Catalog Canceling Campaign, the Innovators made twenty individual collages and mounted them together creating a single piece of unique art. This fun and creative endeavor was inspired by the Reduce*Re-use*Recycle theme and would look stunning in any home.
Cyanotype Napkins by 6th grade/Visionaries
Cyanotype is a technique of natural photography without a camera. The students created beautiful designs using Lego Technic pieces. They laid out the objects on the ready-to-print material, set them in the sun, and then rinsed them with water and set them to dry. The blue and white napkins, twelve in all, are a wonderful addition to any dinner table.