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  3rd graders donuts are being displayed outside the art room currently and they look ahhhhhmaaazing! 
Posted by pomerocd  On Oct 05, 2017 at 2:43 PM
Posted by pomerocd  On Oct 03, 2017 at 1:48 PM 3 Comments
On the first day of art I like to do a lesson where students are able to get to know the people at their table. This year each table took on the challenge of making the tallest tower possible with very limited materials. They had to work together as a team, divide up jobs, and think outside the box. Still, they managed to accomplish such a daunting task. Here are pictures of the tallest towers in each class.  
Posted by pomerocd  On Sep 20, 2017 at 10:54 AM
3rd grade is drawing radial designs. This means that it has radial symmetry. For example a circle has radial symmetry because it is symmetrical all the way around but a heart is not because the top is different from the bottom. Once students draw their design they trace over their pencil marks with markers. After that is finished they fill in the objects they outlined with colored pencils. We color neatly by outlining first and then filling in one directions. Their colors must also be radial. For example, if one leaf has a red outline and filled in with yellow colored pencil all the leaves must be colored that way. 
Posted by pomerocd  On Oct 31, 2016 at 3:56 PM