I wanted to pass along heartfelt thanks to all of our amazing St. Juliana families for all of the thoughtful and generous End of the School Year gifts! Your kindness is so much appreciated! Congratulations to all students and parents for making it through this crazy school year with flying colors! Best wishes for a healthy, happy, and FUN Summer Vacation!! See you in August!!!
The 8th graders in Ms. Arianas’ class are wrapping up their Art Class career with the traditional American Gothic parodies. Please enjoy their work below. More will be aded as completed.
Happy Earth Day! We had a blast in Art Classes creating Earth Day art projects this week! Please see some Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and some 4th grade artwork and artists below! Enjoy! Projects inspired by Cassie Stephens.
All students in grades K-8 were asked to have a set of Crayola washable markers as listed on the original school supplies lists at the beginning of the school year. Many of these supplies are in need of being replaced or refreshed at this time of year, specifically the markers. Please make sure all students have a working set of Crayola washable markers, as well as color pencils, and crayons (for the younger grades). Many of our projects this year require these supplies. Do to Covid restrictions, students must all have their own set of these supplies.
Thanks in advance for your attention to this request and your continued support. Have a great day!
Good morning and Happy Tuesday! Please see 2 drawing tutorials below from the awesome Art for Kids Hub! As we approach Palm Sunday and Holy Week, the videos take you through the steps to draw an Easter Palm Branch and the Easter Bunny. Remember to pause the video whenever you need to. You may use any supplies that you have at home. Good luck and have fun!
This post is only for Ms. Safranek’s Kindergarten Class since they normally have Art Class on Tuesdays at 12:25 pm. Hopefully we will be back in school for In-Person Learning on Wednesday. I will be teaching the same lesson to Mrs. Mendoza’s Kindergarten Class on Wednesday, February 17th.
Ms. Safranek’s Kindergarten Class
Please watch “The Lines Song” video below explaining the different types of lines. Also see the Types of Lines Sample Sheet to the left and below, showing the different types of lines. You can also click the link above to open and/or print the sample sheet if you prefer. Then practice making all of the lines you see on the sample sheet on any paper you have at home. You may use any writing device you have such as a pencil, crayon, marker, etc..
This is practice for a project we will begin next week when we are back in class for In-Person Art class.
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Have fun and stay safe and warm! See you soon!
Due to severe winter weather, we will be moving to E-Learning for Tuesday, February 16th, 2021. Classes who normally have Art class on Tuesdays should follow posted instructions for assignments. The assignment for Ms. Safranek’s class will be posted on my Art Class blog: Mrs. Herion’s Art Class Blog. The assignments for Ms. Catalano’s, Ms. Nissen’s, Mr. Monahan’s, and Ms. Arianas’ classes will be posted in each homeroom’s Art Class Google Classroom. Students should go to their Art Class Google Classrooms for assignment details. Only the specific classes listed above have Art class on Tuesdays. All other classes should have Art class as normally scheduled on the remaining days of the week as In-Person learning.
Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Stay safe and warm! See you soon!
Crazy sock day is always a fun day, but especially when someone wears artist Bob Ross socks and shows their Art teacher! Thanks to Caden F. for showing off your Bob Ross socks and being a good sport and taking a picture with my Bob Ross magnet! We always have fun in Art class!!!
7th grade students in Mr. Monahan’s class learned about Zentangles and began creating their own zentangle hearts while listening to relaxing music in Art class today. Please enjoy their works in progress below.