Here are the Pastel Resist Madonnas Grade 3 made.
Grade 2 did the Family Snowman portraits on canvas. I can't show you those because of all the last names. Grade 5 did their own version in clay. I can show you a couple as the names are harder to read.
Last week the kiln began having thermostat problems....big headache!, but we were able to rescue our projects. Luckily all the bisque fires had been done.
Grade 6 ended up painting their Poinsettias with acrylic instead of glazing and I think they turned out great!
I don't have a picture of the Nativity Plates by Kindergarten but they turned out great. We modified the design a bit, just going with the Baby Jesus in his cradle with lots of stars. It was easier for them to construct and very successful.
Grade 3 made wooden Christmas houses that are based on a house idea I presented at the last ECEC session.
I am off across the pond and my next post to you will be from London. I hope to share some of my photos with you during the holidays.
Take care everyone.
Merry Christmas! I am in awe of all that your students get to do!♥♫ReplyDelete
I just love the crayon resist Pietas. What a busy week you've had! Have a great time in London :)ReplyDelete
Lucky little kids! I absolutely adore the angel plate. Just think, some lucky mom is going to get to hang that every year! What a gift you give. Merry Merry.ReplyDelete
Happy Holidays and thank you for a very inspiring and creative year!ReplyDelete
Everything's so beautiful!ReplyDelete
I've been following your blog for some time Gail,and think it is absolutely terrific. Hope you have a great time with us in London when you are here.ReplyDelete
Happy Holidays and have a fabulous trip: Christmas in London ... Wow!ReplyDelete
All of these projects turneed out so beautifully ... I can feel the joy that went into making them!
Love the madonnas and the poinsettias and look forward to hearing more about the houses!
Merry Christmas :)ReplyDelete
What a great collection of projects. Love them all!ReplyDelete
Have a blessed Christmas.
I haven't taught children's art for some time but I still enjoy this blog. The art work you do with your students is simply amazing!ReplyDelete