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6th Grade Rotation 8

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 This spring we worked with two concepts. We practiced listening and using our imagination. We heard two stories and then developed what we saw in our imaginations into colorful life-size paintings. Next we worked with negative and positive elements in printmaking.  We experimented with stamps in preparation for our prints.  Students were required to create an edition of five original prints. These prints had to match color, density and size.  They designed and made and envelope for their edition. Students created a print to be used on the cover of their Heroic Journey Anthology.

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Celia
Celia
Macey
Macey
William
William
Louise
Louise
Laura
Laura
Piper
Piper
Liam
Liam
Caitlin
Caitlin
Mason
Mason
Alon
Alon
Ned
Ned
Anaga
Anaga
Wilson
Wilson
Douglas
Douglas

6th Grade Rotation 7

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 This spring we worked with two concepts. We practiced listening and using our imagination. We heard two stories and then developed what we saw in our imaginations into colorful life-size paintings. Next we worked with negative and positive elements in printmaking.  We experimented with stamps in preparation for our prints.  Students were required to create an edition of five original prints. These prints had to match color, density and size.  They designed and made and envelope for their edition. Students created a print to be used on the cover of their Heroic Journey Anthology. 

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Fritz
Fritz
Ethan
Ethan
Leslie
Leslie
Aditya
Aditya
Nathanial
Nathanial
Isabel
Isabel
Lydia
Lydia
Isaac
Isaac
Kathryn
Kathryn
Marcell
Marcell
Culla
Culla
Olivia
Olivia
Maya
Maya
Emily
Emily

6th Grade Rotation 6

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This spring we worked with two concepts. We practiced listening and using our imagination. We heard two stories and then developed what we saw in our imaginations into colorful life-size paintings. Next we worked with negative and positive elements in printmaking.  We experimented with stamps in preparation for our prints.  Students were required to create an edition of five original prints. These prints had to match color, density and size.  They designed and made and envelope for their edition. Students created a print to be used on the cover of their Heroic Journey Anthology. To view your students print while you read this report go to the following link:

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Rowan
Rowan
Katy
Katy
Nicolette
Nicolette
Will
Will
Victor
Victor
Sarah
Sarah
Morgan
Morgan
Ellie
Ellie
Doug
Doug
Ryan
Ryan
Roy
Roy
Carolyn
Carolyn
Jonah
Jonah

Winter 6's Rotation #5

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This spring we worked with two concepts. We practiced listening and using our imagination. We heard two stories and then developed what we saw in our imaginations into colorful life-size paintings. Next we worked with negative and positive elements in printmaking.  We experimented with stamps in preparation for our prints.  Students were required to create an edition of five original prints. These prints had to match color, density and size.  They designed and made and envelope for their edition. Students created a print to be used on the cover of their Heroic Journey Anthology. To view your students print while you read this report go to the following link:

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Zoe
Zoe
Sarah
Sarah
Elliott
Elliott
Grace
Grace
Ben
Ben
Dedaes
Dedaes
Andew
Andew
Helen
Helen
Hannah
Hannah
Quentin
Quentin
Mariam
Mariam
Tara
Tara
Timmy
Timmy

6th Grade Rotation 4

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In this rotation students develop an understanding of the Elements of Design. These include: line, value, color, symmetry and texture. Students begin with a series of assignments that are created to illustrate design concepts and utilize the appropriate skills to realize light source, shading and color.

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Piper
Piper
Alon
Alon
Celia
Celia
Douglas
Douglas
Wilson
Wilson
Louise
Louise
Caitlin
Caitlin
William
William
Laura
Laura
Liam
Liam
Mason
Mason
Macy
Macy
Anaga
Anaga
Ned
Ned

6th GradeFall Rotation #3

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The focus of this rotation for students was to work with the elements and principles of design. These include: line, value, color, symmetry and texture. Students began with a series of assignments that utilized these design concepts, and they developed the skills to realize light source, shading and color. These paintings are some of the last done during this rotation. The represent an attempt to match nature and abstract it.

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Hannah
Hannah
Claire
Claire
Mahala
Mahala
Vincent
Vincent
Alexander
Alexander
Peyton
Peyton
Jake
Jake
Andrei
Andrei
Avi
Avi
Lauren
Lauren
Marisa
Marisa
Sujala
Sujala
Katie
Katie
Eliot
Eliot

6th Grade Rotation 4

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In this rotation students develop an understanding of the Elements of Design. These include: line, value, color, symmetry and texture. Students begin with a series of assignments that are created to illustrate design concepts and utilize the appropriate skills to realize light source, shading and color

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Piper Kizziar
Piper Kizziar
Alon Kornfeld
Alon Kornfeld
Celia Perry
Celia Perry
Douglas Kean
Douglas Kean
Wilson Prendergast
Wilson Prendergast
Louise Blair
Louise Blair
Caitlin Mac Neill
Caitlin Mac Neill
William Seekamp
William Seekamp
Laura Apolloni
Laura Apolloni
Liam Bendicksen
Liam Bendicksen
Mason Snider
Mason Snider
Macey Ferron-Jones
Macey Ferron-Jones
Anaga Srinivas
Anaga Srinivas
Ned Williamson
Ned Williamson

Rotation #3 Visual Art

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In this rotation students develop an understanding of the Elements of Design. These include: line, value, color, symmetry and texture. Students begin with a series of assignments that are created to illustrate design concepts and utilize the appropriate skills to realize light source, shading and color

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Olivia
Olivia
Isaac
Isaac
Emily
Emily
Aditya
Aditya
Ethan
Ethan
Culla
Culla
Maya
Maya
Nathaniel
Nathaniel
Lydia
Lydia
Kathryn
Kathryn
Marcel
Marcel
Fritz
Fritz
Isabel
Isabel
Leslie
Leslie

Fall 6's rotation 1

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Grace
Grace
Tara
Tara
Sarah
Sarah
Zoe
Zoe
Hannah
Hannah
Dedaes
Dedaes
Chloe
Chloe
Ben
Ben
Elliot
Elliot
Timmy
Timmy
Quentin
Quentin
Miriam
Miriam
Andrew
Andrew
Helen
Helen

Rotation #8 Spring

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This Spring we worked with two concepts. We practiced listening and using our imagination. We heard two stories and then developed what we saw in our imaginations into colorful lifesize paintings. Next we worked with negative and positive elements in printmaking.  We experimented with stamps in preparation for our prints.  Students were required to creat an edition of five original prints. These prints had to match  color, density and size.  They designed and made and envelope for their edition. Students created a print to be used on the cover of their Heroic Journey Anothology.

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Javin
Javin
Anna
Anna
Rubin
Rubin
Maria
Maria
Nick
Nick
Sophie
Sophie
Vikram
Vikram
Annie
Annie
Kyle
Kyle
Maya
Maya
Coleman
Coleman
Darya
Darya
Sage
Sage
Yasmin
Yasmin
Kenzie
Kenzie

Rotation # 6 Spring

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This Spring we worked with two concepts. We practiced listening and using our imagination. We heard two stories and then developed what we saw in our imaginations into colorful lifesize paintings. Next we worked with negative and positive elements in printmaking.  We experimented with stamps in preparation for our prints.  Students were required to creat an edition of five original prints. These prints had to match  color, density and size.  They designed and made and envelope for their edition. Students created a print to be used on the cover of their Heroic Journey Anothology.

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Shintaro
Shintaro
Ruby Belle
Ruby Belle
Miguel
Miguel
Beatrice
Beatrice
Daniel
Daniel
Anna
Anna
Conner
Conner
Ariana
Ariana
Andrew
Andrew
Safina
Safina
Karsten
Karsten
Claire
Claire
Jackson
Jackson
Emily
Emily
Grace
Grace

Rotation # 5 Spring

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This Spring we worked with two concepts. We practiced listening and using our imagination. We heard two stories and then developed what we saw in our imaginations into colorful lifesize paintings. Next we worked with negative and positive elements in printmaking.  We experimented with stamps in preparation for our prints.  Students were required to creat an edition of five original prints. These prints had to match  color, density and size.  They designed and made and envelope for their edition. Students created a print to be used on the cover of their Heroic Journey Anothology.

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Mo
Mo
Carly
Carly
Gus
Gus
Hannah
Hannah
Jasper
Jasper
Athena
Athena
Matthew
Matthew
Emma
Emma
 Nerurkar
Nerurkar
Elena
Elena
Elliot
Elliot
Allie
Allie
Aidan
Aidan
Holly
Holly
Quinn
Quinn

Rotation #7 Spring

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This Spring we worked with two concepts. We practiced listening and using our imagination. We heard two stories and then developed what we saw in our imaginations into colorful lifesize paintings. Next we worked with negative and positive elements in printmaking.  We experimented with stamps in preparation for our prints.  Students were required to creat an edition of five original prints. These prints had to match  color, density and size.  They designed and made and envelope for their edition. Students created a print to be used on the cover of their Heroic Journey Anothology.

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Adolfo
Adolfo
Robin
Robin
Zachary
Zachary
Gracie
Gracie
Ian
Ian
Josephine
Josephine
Colin
Colin
Kaelin
Kaelin
Mark
Mark
Annika
Annika
Ryan
Ryan
Lila
Lila
Liam
Liam
Mathilde
Mathilde
Lucy
Lucy

6th grade Visual Arts rotation 1 2012

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In this rotation students develop an understanding of the Elements of Design. These include: line, value, color, symmetry and texture. Students begin with a series of assignments that are created to illustrate design concepts and utilize the appropriate techniques to realize light source, shading and color. These leaf paintings are the collmination of the unit. They represent the great color matching and shape making skills they have developed in this rotation.

 

 

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Emma
Emma
Aiden
Aiden
Erin
Erin
Natalie
Natalie
Harrison
Harrison
Gemma
Gemma
Robbie
Robbie
Wyatt
Wyatt
Lois
Lois
Malik
Malik
Josephine
Josephine
Layton
Layton
Tyler
Tyler
Spencer
Spencer
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