The students in Mrs. Bell’s class let their patriotism show as they created a one-of-a-kind American flag. The students painted over 500 individual Popsicle sticks in combinations of red, white, and blue. These sticks were then arranged into the design of the flag and mounted onto a shadow frame. Look hard and you’ll find each student’s name hidden in the flag.
Mrs. Danford's 2nd grade class worked together to layer felt petals to create their own unique flower with each child's name on a leaf. Each was then added to custom-made pillows. The kids also traced their handprints onto paper that was then added to a bookcase. A few books complete this project and will make for a wonderful (and comfortable!) reading nook addition.
Ms. Heider’s 2nd grade class was each given two Aces and asked to customize them however they desired. Although no two Aces are the same, they come together to form one cohesive and beautiful Ace. The final project is glued to foam board and framed to make a beautiful piece of children’s art.
Mrs. Mullins’ 2nd grade class combined their varied artistic styles to create a one-of-a-kind collage of Granville landmarks set upon a hardwood canvas. Each student was inspired by well-known Granville destinations, which were collectively placed onto the shape of Ohio.
For their 2018 Rock of Aces auction project, Miss Ring's second graders really left their mark on Ohio! Each child carefully chose a unique color and visited many locations around the great state of Ohio. Altogether, this created a colorful masterpiece that demonstrates how individuals working together result in beauty and harmony.
Places in our Neighborhood: The second graders in Mrs. Stankunas' class worked together to choose and vote on two scenes from Granville that they felt represented what makes Granville special. They transferred each of the images to a canvas and then colored in the images with watercolor pencils. Then the watercolor pencil strokes were transformed into "brush" strokes to create two beautiful landscapes of Granville. The paintings are framed and complement one another.
Mrs. Wilson’s second grade class worked hard to create this fantastic piece of artwork which showcases our children and their dreams. They shared their career goals, and made a beautiful ace out of their handprints.