Monday students will use ultra fine tip and regular sharpies to trace over their selfies.
Tuesday students will add a creative background using pencil first.
Wednesday students will include: inside voice, outside voice or onomatopoeia to their Pop Art Selfie comic.
Thursday and Friday students will add the elements of color and value to their art work using colored pencil or markers.
Monday students will read about the artist Peter Max and complete the "Circles of Color" work sheet.
Wednesday students will begin taking "selfies" and uploading them to their student ID folders for editing.
Thursday and Friday students will be editing selfies using Word.
Monday students attend an assembly about our school fundraiser.
Tuesday 8th grade students will enjoy the Barber Spooktacular.
Wednesday and Thursday students will finish adding details to their Dia De Los Muertos Piñatas.
Friday we will begin a Pop Art project using selfies.
Monday students will add additional shapes to alter the form of their armatures. They will continue to layer with paper mache.
Tuesday and Wednesday students will finish the paper mache process.
Thursday students will paint their pinatas with a base color. they will cover the entire surface of their piñata.
Friday students will continue to base paint their piñatas to ensure that the newspaper does not show through the paint.
Monday students will begin building their armatures for their pinatas.
Wednesday and Friday students will continue to add layers of paper mache to their armatures.
Monday and Tuesday students will be watching the Golden Globe Award winning movie, "The Book of Life".
Wednesday and Friday students will be learning about Dia de los Muertos or Mexican celebration of the day of the dead.
8th grade students will work on their final drawings for the Water Smart Art contest. Art work is due Friday.
Monday students will finish assembling their Pinwheels for Peace.
Tuesday students will begin a project to show the value of water. They will create a brainstorming list of at least 10 reasons why we need water.
Wednesday students will draw symbols for each of the reasons on their list.
Thursday students will work on creatively uniting their symbols into a rough sketch for their Water Smart Art project.
Friday students will finish their rough sketch.
Students will attend a Remembrance program for 9/11 on Monday.
Tuesday students will begin a Pinwheels for Peace project. Students will create a brainstorming list of symbols or words that describe how they visualize peace.
Wednesday and Friday students will decorate and assemble their pinwheels. Thursday is the Magnet program assembly.
Tuesday students will participate in a presentation about the importance of water. They will create a brainstorming list of reasons why water is valuable. They will create symbols for each reason.
Wednesday-Friday students will use the symbols they created or be inspired to create a visualization of the importance of water. Students will create a rough sketch of a big idea.
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