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  • Pick a Project

    Posted by Sasha Rigas on 5/31/2020

    Hello kindergarten! This will be the last art project I will assign for the school year. You can pick one of the projects from below. Feel free to do more than one. I hope you all have a happy and healthy summer. I look forward to seeing you all in the fall. 

    Modelling Inspired By Winter Berries Click Here

    Spider and Web Inspired Collage Click Here

    Shell Inspired Patterns and Pictures Click Here

    Print Yourself A Meadow Click Here

    Autumn Tree Paint and Scratch Picture Click Here

    Rain Inspired Drip and Scratch Painting Click Here


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  • Memorial Day Star Man

    Posted by Sasha Rigas on 5/25/2020

    Memorial Day Star Man

    RED, WHITE and BLUE!!!    Happy Memorial Day!  Need some fun activities to keep your kiddos busy this long holiday weekend? Check out the Lesson Planning Mommy for some Red, White and Blue activities, songs and snacks that will be a blast for your patriotic peeps!

    What you'll need:

    • white construction paper
    • Blue and Red Crayon
    • 2 large googly eyes or white paper to draw your own
    • Black marker
    • Scissors
    • Glue
    • Printed Template of Stars Click Here

    How to make your 4th of July Star Man:

    • Print the Star templates above. Color the small stars blue and the large star red.
    • Cut all of the stars out carefully. Go slow and stay on the lines.
    • Cut 4 strips of white paper approximately 1" thick. Fold the paper back and forth, accordian style. 
    • Glue the 4 white strips onto the back of the red star - two will be the arms, two will be the legs.
    • Glue the blue stars onto the ends of the white strips to be the hands and feet.
    • Glue the eyes onto the red star and draw on a smile with the black marker.
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  • This weeks announcement

    Posted by Sasha Rigas on 5/18/2020

    Due to not getting many projects turned in for kindergarten for the last two weeks, I will not be posting a project for this week. Please work on any of the projects you need to catch up on. I do not want to overwhelm students, and family members. I do understand that a project a week is more than we would accomplish in the art room during our normal routine. I only wished to give as much art opportunities as possible. I hope you are all doing well and I miss my smiling kindergartner friends. 

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  • Comprehension Spring Bee

    Posted by Sasha Rigas on 5/10/2020

      Spring Bumblebee

    Complete the art project by having a parent read the following directions in this PDF Click Here. Colplete steps 1-18. Sharpen comprehension skills while having Spring fun at the same time!

    Materials needed: glue, scissors, crayons and the printed PDF of bumblebee template.

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  • Bear Art Project: Eric Carle

    Posted by Sasha Rigas on 5/3/2020

    Eric Carle | Carle Museum

    Do you like the books illustrated by Eric Carl? I just looooove the painted collages in his books.

    Read the books:

    Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you See Click Here

    Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What do you Hear Click Here

    Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What do you See Click Here

    Follow the directions in the packet. Click Here Print out the pattern at the end of the PDF to help create your bear. 

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  • Mother's Day Kiss Box

    Posted by Sasha Rigas on 4/26/2020

    Mothers Day is approaching soon. Did you make your mother or grandmother anything special yet? 

    Watch the story 'The Kiss Box' by Bonnie Verbug: Click Here

    Then print the box template to make your own kiss box:Click Here


    You can decorate your kiss box with drawings and color it. You can be creative by gluing things on it like your school picture or hearts.  After you cut the box out, have an adult help you fold it on the creases and glue the box together using a glue stick. Do not glue the lid down. 

    Here is a Mother's Day coloring page you can also make: Click Here

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  • Kindergarten Self-Portraits

    Posted by Sasha Rigas on 4/19/2020 7:00:00 AM

    Hello Kindergarten. Your next assignment is to make a self portrait. What is a self-Portrait? Click on the link to watch a quick video: Self-Portrait

    Click on the link for step by step instructions on how to draw and paint the background for your self-portrait.  Click Here

    You do not need a canvas to paint on. The project will work fine if you use paper. If you do not have paint, try a different medium for the background such as markers, chalk or even crayons. You do not need modge podge either. You can simply glue it to your canvas or paper without. The modge podge just makes it shiny. An alternative to Modge podge is watered down elmers glue. Do not brush it over any water-base markers or paint or it will smear. Remember draw your self-portrait on a seperate paper. You can practice many drawings of yourself and then when you have one you are happy with, use that for your final project. 

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  • Elmer the Elephant

    Posted by Sasha Rigas on 4/2/2020

    Project Example Elmer was different than his friends he had patches of all different colors. It is good to be different and we should celebrate our differences. Elmer's friends loved him just the way he was. Click on the book link above and listen to a read aloud. Then color the coloring page or draw your own Elmer by looking at the drawing. Draw straight lines horizontal (across) and vertical (up and down) to create patch work. Color your elephant and then cut him out and put him on a land that you have either drawn, colored or painted. Make sure you add a ground, sky and things you find on land. The picture above has trees, flowers, and plants. I can't wait to see your unique and different Elmer! 

    Note: Click on the word document below to print the elmer coloring page.


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