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2009 - 2010
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Featured on the cover of the September 2008 Newsletter

School of Fish
Created by Artists in Grade 3

Last June, the Grade 3 class worked with Jeremy Mayne in drawing detailed fish from the four countries we studied in Social Studies: India, Peru, Tunisia and Ukraine. We then coloured and shaded the fish by blending coloured paints.

Featured on the cover of the October/November 2008 Newsletter

Bright Minds
Mrs. Schlebach’s Grade 5 Artists

Meet the creative, colourful minds in Grade 5.  Students used pastels and felt pens on a pre-outlined silhouette to create and design a decorative pattern.  Each silhouette is as unique and diverse as the students themselves.

Featured on the cover of the
December/January 2008/2009 Newsletter

Sailing into the New Year
Grade 2 Artists’ work with Jeremy Mayne

The boats on the cover of this newsletter symbolize the coastal community of Meteghan in Nova Scotia. The children studied how to use perspective, shapes, lines, shadows, and the juxtaposition of colors to produce a wide variety of boats sailing on calm waters, which also sums up our work with Jeremy Mayne.
Featured on the cover of the February/March 2009 Newsletter

Fiesta Time
Kindergarten Artists work with Jeremy Mayne
Kindergarten students worked with artist Jeremy Mayne using their knowledge of 2-D and 3-D shapes to create colorful Grecas and bright Piñatas from Mexico.  They also explored making secondary colors by mixing their primary colors.

Featured on the cover of the April/May 2009 Newsletter

Grade 4 Artists work with Jeremy Mayne
As part of the Grade Four Social Studies program, students in Mr. Staszczak’s class have been learning about Alberta’s past. Students worked with visual artist Jeremy Mayne learning about First Nations culture. Students studied teepee designs and then drew their own teepees incorporating designs that have special meaning and tell a story. Various mediums were used including conte and charcoal sticks, pencil crayons and water colour pencils. Drawing skills focused on surface and size, shading, shadows and colour lines.

Featured on the cover of the June 2009 Newsletter





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