Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Today I gave a teacher workshop and attended another. After the workshops I had to run to our central office in order to be recognized by our Super and Board of Directors for the acheivement of my student that won the Congressional Art Award (prior post). We will be leaving to Wash. DC next week. I'm a little nervous because I have never been to Washington DC and I will have to drive around a bit.
As for the pictures that you are looking at, I do this project every year at the end of the year. They are paper puppets and are created by Art 1 kids. Everything you see is made out of paper, there are NO pen or pencil marks on the puppets.
This is a great end of the year project and the kids enjoy making these puppets. They get better and better every year. I did this project when I was a middle school teacher and I remember it being a great hit with my middle school kids.
Have a safe and relaxing summer.
Saturday, June 2, 2012
Several of my students finished their clay projects sooner than others. I asked those students to create some clay busts. I didn't give them any restrictions, I mostly wanted them to continue working while my other students completed their projects.
The majority of them created super heroes, with the exception of two. I decided to post these pictures, although they are in different stages of completion.