Day 2 of Session 3 provided a lot more excitement and variety of projects for campers of each age group. Check out the amazing projects below!
In Ms. Sam’s 7-9 class, campers are learning about the theme of their “empowered selves” by creating incredible life-size replicas of themselves out of packing tape and Saran Wrap! These bodies will be posed in positions that make the students feel empowered, and clothes may be added for extra pizzaz!
In Ms. Martin’s 3-4 class, students created an oil pastel transfer, in which they drew themselves as magical creatures! This is part of a larger theme about
Students in Ms. Thomas’ K-2 class looked at portions of the movie Inside Out to understand cartoons and emotions. Campers drew characters based on feelings that were colorful and playful. They are learning to express themselves through art.
5th and 6th graders in Ms. Olivia’s class today focused on the theme of activism, and discussed raising awareness of a global problem. They altered pictures in Photoshop, printed them out, cut them with X-acto, and will finally print them on t-shirts or fabric!
Check back with us as the week continues to see everyone’s progress!