Mrs. Browning’s 3rd grade class are multimedia artists! Each student decorated a district-official Granville Blue Ace which were then used to customize a contemporary shelving unit. The lovely shelf is the perfect size for any room of the house.
The students in Mrs. Daniels 3rd grade class joined together for a unique photo for their class auction project. While the children and background are black and white, the bright and vibrant balloons symbolize the colorful and energetic environment this class creates when together. The photo was printed on a heavy canvas and measures 42 X 20.
Everyone has a Granville story… what’s yours? For their project, Mrs. Ehrmin’s 3rd grade class wrote about their love for their community, each contributing an original “six word memoir” modeled on the hugely popular Six Word Memoir© storytelling platform. Finished memoirs were typed, arranged, and applied to a handmade wooden ace constructed for the project using recycled Wildwood Park playground wood.
The students in Ms. Goins’ class created this Giant Jenga masterpiece that would be the highlight of any summer barbecue, family gathering, birthday party, or family game night! Each student decorated a Giant Jenga block with their own unique Granville-inspired artwork.
Ms. Jude's third grade class had the opportunity to put their creative touches on a Granville cornhole set. The students teamed up and created their own version of the ROCKIN' GRANVILLE ACE proudly displayed on 1 of 3 (you always need an extra) sets of bags. The Granville colors are beautifully displayed on dark walnut and weathered gray boards. These boards are regulation size, fitting for all your friendly cornhole tournaments.
While this unique Blue Aces Wind Chime may not “Rock your socks off,” it’s sure to sweetly please your ears and eyes! Mrs. Ludwig’s third-grade students each enjoyed crafting a strand of blue and white colored beads with a personalized hand-stamped heart-shaped name tag. The sturdy base was exclusively designed and hand-crafted from wood and painted blue and white to go with the Aces theme.
The students in Mrs. Smith’s third grade class had the opportunity to decorate an antique door turned coffee table. This unique, farmhouse coffee table features a cool, floral design that will go perfect indoors or out. The table is topped with a living garden centerpiece lovingly designed and planted by the class.