I am learning that going hiking early in the morning helps me have a great day. Today, we went to the sledding hill and were the first ones there! Fresh snow and no one around.... that I know of....
There were these footprints in the fresh snow. I didn't look too closely, because I wanted to sled. What do you think they are? Send me an e-mail with your answer: firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope you are all spending time outside.....
Happy Wednesday to: Valeria, Farhiya, Xavi, Ilhan, Maukakala, Ismail, Kyaw, Tal, Josue, Selena, Aung, Aime, Ruth, Sen, Melanie, Luciano, Jacelynn, Proxy, Hamadi, Jacob, Romney, Abraham, and Heet!
I hope you are outside playing, but not getting too close to other people. If your parents can drive somewhere you can go to the Great Salt Lake or the Bonneville Shoreline Trail by the Utah Museum of Natural History. Are any of you walking down by the Jordan River? There is a lot to explore out there and I hope you can fine a way to do it... if not there is a lot of magic happening your backyard.... What birds do you see? How many worms can you count in one square foot of your back yard? Could you gather up rocks and put them in a pile? Can you sort the rocks into different colors, sizes, or shapes?
Have a great April Fools Day!!!!
Orange you glad to see me? :)
Good Afternoon, Mighty Meadowlarks!
Boy, it is sure difficult being responsible for your own work schedule! How are you making time for Math, ELA, Science and all the other activities required to maintain your learning?!?
It is difficult with all the distractions that are happening at home. Do you have your own quite place to work? Do you have a time for each subject you are working on? How do you do it? I know it is difficult for me too... I was hoping to have new art posted in the morning each day, but obligations at home postponed my updates until now!!!
I hope you are able to make this new schedule work for you. It really takes dedicatoin.
Good Morning Mighty Meadowlarks!
I hope you had a good spring break! During my spring break I stayed home! I baked some cookies, played in the yard and read some books. Now it is time to get back to work and start thinking about art projects and learning that you can do at home!
Today I posted a link to Mo Willems Daily Doodle on the 2nd grade page: All of you are invited to do this project if you are interested. The author of Waiting is Not Easy and The Pigeon Has To Go To School is an Artist Resident (they hired him to work for one year) at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. They are paying him to make artwork for their program. His Daily Doodles are live every day at 1:00 Eastern Time (11:00 AM in Utah). I think you can also see archived videos if you want to catch-up on your doodling!
I will be adding more links throughout the day today and throughout the week I will also be posting new projects related to what we were working on in class.
I am very disappointed that we won't be back in school until May! We were making some incredible clay projects and paintings to share with our families. If things go well, I will rush to get those done when we return to school
Happy Monday and I am very happy to be helping you make more art at home, outside and beyond!
Hi Art Students!
Welcome to On-Line Art Class!
Good News: No ceramic art was broken during the earthquake. Some glitter glue and paint bottles fell onto the floor.
I hope you are recovering okay from the earthquake.
Today I added the following activities for you to try:
5th Grade: Coding Game with Rey and BB-8
6th Grade: Making Art With Coding.
SNOWBOARDING CLUB: Please check back for updates..... As of right now the last two Snowboarding Days have been cancelled. I will post a note from Dallon and Chill Foundation soon.