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Tah-Dah! Busy start to the new School Year!

October 30, 2012

4th grade Optical Illusions

1st Grade Dancing Cows

2nd grade Moving Landscapes Pastel

Hi everyone!  Sorry I haven’t been able to get on here to do a new post.  I have been waist deep in catching up with new curriculum and assessments at school.  Also plugging away at my Grad School classes.  Has not left me much time to get on here to post on what we have been up to in the art room!  Enjoy the pictures of some recent projects we did at the start of the school year.  Catch up soon!

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task064 Video Program

October 22, 2012

Yodio – Art Education Advocacy Yodio by teraingraham

October 8, 2012

Task051a+b

September 30, 2012

Screencast on how to login to Artsonia.

Click on the link below to visit the screencast that will walk you through how to login into the website.

http://screencast.com/t/mUhZ6H7CUyhr

Task 029 Tera’s edited pictures

September 16, 2012

Original Image Example

Photo Attribution: Tera Ingraham

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited Image Example

Photo Attribution: Tera Ingraham

Task018.TIGrad School Homework

September 9, 2012

So, I have been busy all summer.  I don’t think I mentioned it before, but I started Grad school last fall.  It has been fun, but has taken away what little free time I used to have.  What has been great though, is that I have been learning a TON about how to integrate technology into my teaching!

For example, this image below was a homework assignment.  What do you think?

Art Show Part II

June 1, 2012

First Grade learned about the Southern region of America and created Rocket Ships and Astronauts after reading about Port Canaveral.

Kindergarten looked at the Southwest of America and we created Cowboy and Cowgirl Portraits!  So cute!!

Kindergarten also read the story about the Trickster, the Coyote, from the Southwest.  We painted papers and used them to cut out Coyotes and Cacti.

Fifth grade focused on the Northeast region of America.  We looked at the American Flag and how it is a symbol of the United States.  We had fun painting papers with Red, white, and Blue and then cutting the papers up to make our own interpretation of the Flag.

I have been crazy busy trying to photograph work for Artsonia.  I have HUGE piles of artwork all over my classroom.  I did a ton of it today with more to do!  Next week, I will start the madness of sending home work!