During this trimester students received art newsletters where I gave them art that inspired me from around the world, indoor and outdoor activities, resource videos of innovative art and artists, and challenges that students were to try and send me images of. Below are examples of student's work from the past few months.
Challenge: Art Creatures, where students had to work with others in their household to create one body section each that were to be hidden from one another until the last piece finished and opened to see what was created.
Challenge: Optical Illusion creations! Students received three videos of different optical illusions where they were to pick at least one to try.
Challenge: Sequential art! Or as you may know it as...comic strips. Students had to create their own comic strips with invented characters.
Challenge: Be aware of those shadows! Students were to keep an eye peeled for items that created interesting shadows where they saw something new take form.
Challenge: Kindness hearts. For this challenge I gave students several different ideas on how to create hearts for kindness week to put in their windows at home.
Challenge: Create outside of challenges. I gave several activity options that included both indoor and outdoor opportunities. Students really stepped up to creating wonderful artworks.
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