We will meet in the Art room (101) from 3:40-4:30.
You must be on time (4:30 pm.) picking up your son or daughter.
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The kindergarteners Learned about Peace and different Peace symbols after reading a book about Peace. They created one of the peace symbol using oil clay.
Then, they learned about the primary colors. They used paper plate and pieces of masking tape to add a vertical line and two diagonal lines before painting.
Students used a sponge and yellow paint to cover the plate.
After that, they added blue on top of the yellow. They discover that a new color was made when yellow and blue were mixed. They made the discovery of the new color on their own. Great surprise!
Students using the first two primary colors to cover the paper plate and the tape
Students having fun discovering what yellow and blue can make
Students using the first two primary colors to cover the Peace Symbol
The next time, students added the last primary color on top. Their reaction to this experiment was amazing.
Coming Soon To Miller School!
What: Art Club with Mrs. Saad
Where: Art Room (101)
When: October 15, 2017
Who: Selected students from
4thand 5th grades
Selected students will receive a letter of invitation next week. Parents, please sign it and send it back to me as soon as possible.
Miller students are learning about Peace and how to have Peace in their home,school, city and in their country. We read a book about Peace : Peace by Wendy Anderson Halperin.
Students used the symbols of Peace to create their artworks. Students learned about Primary Colors and used to design their Peace symbols.
Also, they learned a song about Peace.
First graders showing the Peace symbol
The Arab American National Museum’s (AANM) SURA Arts Academy is back and better than ever! In the 10-week course, photography students will explore, document, and learn the art of photography. Students will have the opportunity to speak with professional photographers and explore their community through the lens of their camera. This semester, students will focus on issues of identity, community, social justice, synergy, unity, and culture through not only their camera lens but through social media, as students take control of our Instagram page! The program will take place at AANM every Tuesday, Starting Oct 3rd – December 12th from 4:30-6:30pm. As with all SURA classes, the students final work will be displayed in AANM’s gallery space in Spring of 2018.
For more info or to register, please click HERE or the image/flyer below. Spots are limited.
David A. Serio | Educator & Public Programming Specialist | Arab American National Museum
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