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.
The students of Mrs. Malecky’s class had the joy of creating a fun and colorful masterpiece of Ohio. Each student had the opportunity to add their unique fingerprints and blend together this incredible work of art, with a blue ace centered at the heart of our great state.
The students in Mrs. Mangum’s class worked together to create a uniquely beautiful woven wall tapestry. The tapestry is composed of neutral colors, perfect for any household décor! It measures 15 ½ x 31 inches. The project also comes with professional photographs of each student as they created this tapestry.
Explore the world with Mrs. McKenzie's class! Each of the 20 explorers selected a destination of their choice and painted a helium balloon to match the colors of that state or country’s flag. When the expedition has concluded, simply detach the balloons and sky from the school house, and it transforms into a spacious cedar birdhouse.
The students in Miss Untied’s 1st grade class had the opportunity to create a wooden string art sign. After a parent put nails in the form of "Granville," the students took turns wrapping string around the nails in a designated section. There is a key on the back of the sign that identifies where each child contributed.