EC Art in the Outdoor Classroom

With the warmer weather this week, the Early Childhood Art Class decided to get some inspiration from nature. The students did tulip sketches by using black sharpies to sketch and then painting those out with tempera cakes using warm and cool palettes. A student architect even made his own watercolor painting as a blueprint to build a habitat for firebugs. He quickly had volunteers to help build his designed structure as he led his team of builders. They worked and communicated wonderfully together as a cooperative team. We are very proud of the habitat they built together.

It is through these kinds of initiatives that we can see our mission, vision, and values being embodied and lived by our students.

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