After months of remote learning, it felt good to see my art room/happy place again. only it was missing my sweet students and their creativity.
here is a glimpse of my 5th graders art this year. although i wish i could have done so much more with them, i am more than proud of the work they accomplished. i tried a lot of new projects with them this year, and they totally rocked each and every one of them.
it breaks my heart knowing i didn’t get a chance to say a real goodbye (other than a video sent to them virtually). my heart feels so heavy for all of these students.
i am so looking forward to the day where things can be normal, and i can make art with my favorite little humans again. until then, get your creativity on at home with your loved ones! 🎨
Testing markers to see what still works and what will work next school year. it was sad cleaning out my classroom and seeing all the trays of supplies left out knowing how many projects were left undone. hoping these will end up in little creative hands again soon. ps anyone with an in @crayola why do the blue and yellow markers dry out/run out so fast?
An easy peasy project to do with little ones using recycled materials...⠀
cut out a rectangle from an old cereal box and face color the brown side.⠀
cut out circles, squares, and triangles from recycled materials and have the kids organize houses and gardens.⠀
glue the pieces into their positions.⠀
lastly, add a bunched you piece of yellow yarn for the sun. ☀️