Posts Tagged: 5th grade

Ceramics Day 1

The after school class worked with clay yesterday.  It was so much fun!  We focused on building pinch pots and coil pots in our hour and a half class.  I love how personality can be expressed through clay.  Each student

Ceramics Day 1

The after school class worked with clay yesterday.  It was so much fun!  We focused on building pinch pots and coil pots in our hour and a half class.  I love how personality can be expressed through clay.  Each student

5th grade: Project one

The 4th graders in Mr. Berry’s class are also included in this gallery.  Their project was simmilar to the other 5th graders project.  The 4th graders in Mr. Berry’s class used 4 diferent black and white images depicting patterns in

5th grade: Project one

The 4th graders in Mr. Berry’s class are also included in this gallery.  Their project was simmilar to the other 5th graders project.  The 4th graders in Mr. Berry’s class used 4 diferent black and white images depicting patterns in

5th grade: 1st project done

The 5th graders finished their project, with abstract expressionism in mind.  They deconstructed their charcoal compositions into squares, and then re-assembled the pieces into a final work of art.  An image gallery soon to come.

5th grade: 1st project done

The 5th graders finished their project, with abstract expressionism in mind.  They deconstructed their charcoal compositions into squares, and then re-assembled the pieces into a final work of art.  An image gallery soon to come.

5th grade: Elements of Art

5th graders will continue work next week on their elements of art charcoal project.  On my first visit to the 5th grade classrooms the students explored different mark-making techniques with black charcoal on white paper.  We explored point, line, shape,

5th grade: Elements of Art

5th graders will continue work next week on their elements of art charcoal project.  On my first visit to the 5th grade classrooms the students explored different mark-making techniques with black charcoal on white paper.  We explored point, line, shape,