The Kindergarten class has been working hard on learning different types of lines and shapes. Here they incorporated their knowledge into a Calavera, using different lines; vertical, horizontal, wavy, zigzag, spirals and shape; circles, triangles and squares. Lastly, adding shining confetti shapes added the sparkle
“Knuffle Bunny” We read this hilarious tale of a young child who goes on an errand with her daddy and loses her favorite toy, Knuffle Bunny. Unable to talk, the girl makes silly gestures and word choices in an effort to communicate with her daddy.
These photos show the students working in art class. The students learned about “Alebrijes,” which are brightly-colored Mexican folk art sculptures of fantastical creatures. Pedro Linares, a Mexican artist, began creating them with papier mache as a response to his dreams. The students viewed a
I am pleased to announce that four of our students’ work has been accepted into the World Art Chicago art exhibition. The World Art Chicago Exhibition is up now at the Gary Comer Youth Center located at 7200 South Ingleside (off South Chicago Blvd.).