Gorgeous Elementary Art Tour

I took another tour through our school on Thursday and found all this amazing artwork. 

These beautiful doodle hearts were made by an intermediate class. I just love them. They remind me of Zen tangles.






A primary class made these super cute plasticene figures. I have no idea how they got them to stick to those plates, but aren't they great? The Fly Guys crack me up.


An intermediate class of Grade 5 students created these beautiful pieces. I think they used tempera paints.




These sweet little owls were sponge painted by a primary class.



These are gratitude hearts. I've never seen anything like this before. I might steal this idea for next year! Masking tape was placed on the hearts before they were painted with water colours.



These lovely dream catchers were made by a Grade 3 class.



Hope you enjoyed the art tour!


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  1. Wow. It's hard to choose my favorite! They're so unique and creative.

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    1. Thanks, Tammy. I'm always amazed by the number of artistic students (and teachers!) in our school.

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  2. These are all beautiful! Isn't it wonderful to see art in classrooms!?

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    1. Thanks, Sylvia. Yes, we're lucky that the Fine Arts are so valued in our province.

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  3. Some beautiful art in your school Barb. Talented kids and teachers.

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  4. Wow! Beautiful works of art, Barb! We just got finished reading several Fly Guy books. They would have loved to do the art to go with them. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. LOVE the watercolour hearts. We did the same activity for Easter and used family words. We have been doing an project on Kindness and I think these would fit beautifully as one of our celebration choices. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Liz. I hope the hearts work well with your kindness project.

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