Sunday, August 18, 2013
This is more important than anything. On the bottom are three different bins for scrap paper (hot colors, cold colors, & neutral colors) Then the next row are 8 buckets of crayons and the 8 buckets of markers for each table. On top are extra supplies the students will need. Each supply is separated into 8 small containers - ready to be out on the tables in seconds!
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
After one year teaching High School Ceramics at Thomas Worthington....
I am now back at Elementary!!!!!!
I am looking forward to the year!
Before pictures of classroom...
High School Ceramics....
Double Wall Bowl - Created by a Favorite Student of Mine!
Thursday, August 9, 2012
(Created with recycled plastic caps)
This year my principal asked US - the music, librarian, and P.E. teacher to hold a Literacy night for students and families to celebrate the Arts. It was wonderful. We centered the night around Eric Carle. The posts below contain all the artwork. Each grade level had two projects on display. One was inspired from an Eric Carle book and another from an Art concept.
P.E. - The P.E teacher did a "Book Walk" with the students in the gym.
The music teacher held a powerpoint showing in the auditorium of each grade enterprising a musical piece or poem of Eric Carle.
The librarian held a Book Fair in the Library.