Miss Bade’s morning kindergarten class worked hard to create this fantastic piece of craftsmanship that demonstrates a kindergartners’s mindset of play, having fun, and relaxation. The corn hole set is handcrafted, hand painted, and designed with Granville Blue Aces spirit in mind. The set also includes eight blue and white bean bags.
The students in Ms. Bade's afternoon kindergarten class have created a complete gardening basket. From tools to seeds to a Lowes gift card, you will be all set. Each student took time and pride while hand painting a unique rock in Granville colors to decorate your garden.
Mrs. Diddle’s kindergarten class had the opportunity to work on a special project using wood from Wildwood Park! Each child placed their handprint inside the painted state of Ohio. It was completed with a Blue Ace over Granville.
Ms. Durham’s kindergarten class created a piece of art using all of their tiny thumbprints. This Granville Class of 2030 assembled a large blue ace entirely out of thumbprints in various school colors. The students included their unique thumbprint alongside their autograph at the bottom of this 24” X 30” canvas.
Mrs. Gibbs' kindergarteners have created a one-of-a-kind Fairy Wonderland Fountain! A pounded steel fountain flows down to a beautiful fairy garden, complete with a fairy, birdhouse and bath, bridge, entry gate, and live succulents from Wilson’s Garden Center. Also included are a pair of children’s gloves, a watering can, and $20 in Wilson’s gift cards to add more great items to your garden!
Mrs. Krebenne’s Kindergarten class helped to create this fun Lego table. The table is crafted from wood and was “hand” decorated by the children themselves! The table includes a plastic storage tub and a box of Legos to get a collection started. Measuring 2 feet tall, children can sit or stand at the table while building their creations. The top is 21.5” square, making it the perfect size to fit in many places and store away easily.
Miss Weaver’s morning kindergarten class worked hard in art class to create their own owls. They were able to choose their own colors using a primary color mixed with a secondary color, to get their final color. Each owl has cute button eyes to add even more color to the artwork. Then we placed the owls on a beautifully blue painted canvas with the quote that reads: “We are OWLs…. Outstanding, wonderful, learners.”
Miss Weaver’s afternoon class was excited to create this one-of-a-kind Granville-inspired wreath. Each of the kindergarteners painted two of their very own little aces using the school colors of navy and white, with a complimentary royal blue. These wooden aces were then lovingly paired up in an eye-pleasing way and adhered to the thick navy ribbon over a 12-inch foam base.
Scenes of the Seasons: twenty-one creative depictions of the seasons by the artists in Mrs. Applegate’s class are framed in a classic black collage frame. Whimsical scenes are represented with tissue, construction paper, markers and glitter pens…truly multi-media!
Mrs. Brecheisen’s first grade class created a unique book titled “My Favorite Time of Day,” to compliment this one-of-a-kind, hand-made, wooden clock. The clock, fitted with a working pendulum, was created by a class parent out of walnut, cherry and oak wood. The accompanying book depicts each child’s “Favorite Time of Day” through art and writing.