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Aspiring Ewing Art Critics Participate in Virtual Art Museum Field Trip
Ewing’s Leia Jobe transformed her art classroom into an “art museum” and took students on a virtual field trip to learn about museum etiquette, art appreciation, and sketching from reference. Students went on a scavenger hunt to track down real examples of all the elements of art, including color, line, shape, texture, form, space, and value.
Ewing Students Spend Time Outdoors Learning About Animal Habitats
Mrs. Chavarri's Pre-K class at Ewing recently spent time in the outdoor classroom learning about animals, their habitats and adaptations.
Ewing Students Apply Principles of Art to Valentine’s Themed Project
During the week leading up to Valentine's Day, student's at the Ewing Campus learned about rhythm in art by studying street artist and designer James Goldcrown. Students used high contrast chalk to create Valentine’s Day themed heart art that demonstrates many of the principles of art and elements of design, including rhythm, contrast, pattern, color, shape, movement, and balance.
Ewing Students Celebrate Recent Snow with Snowscape Paintings
Following last Sunday’s snow, students in Leia Jobe’s 1st grade art class painted snowscapes as part of a lesson on value, one of the elements of art.
Ewing Students Harvest Community Garden as Treat for Campus Pets
Following a reading of the “The Icky Sticky Frog” by campus RTI Specialist Louise Mason, Ewing students were able to harvest spinach, kale, and lettuce for Jefferson, the campus pet rabbit. The remaining greens will be used to feed other campus pets.
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