Supporting One Another: Remote Learning for 3/20/2020

Fun suggestions for Friday, 3/20/2020:

REMEMBER TO EXERCISE BY Coach Jolyene:

Parents and kids alike, take some time out to enjoy some partner yoga with a family member. 

Yoga for Kids and Partner Yoga Workout


OPEN SCHOOL ART AT HOME By Ms. Nichole:

Parents and students,

The art I am suggesting should be enjoyable for all. Everything can be done simply with scrap paper and pencil or you can use supplies you have around the house.

Be creative and have fun! 

THE COLOR WHEEL: Watch this video about the color wheel

We have talked a lot about the color wheel at school so you probably remember this.
Primary Colors: Colors at their basic essence; those colors that cannot be created by mixing others. 
RED, BLUE, YELLOW
Secondary Colors: Those colors created by a mixture of two primaries.
PURPLE, GREEN, ORANGE
RED & BLUE=PURPLE/ BLUE & YELLOW=GREEN/ YELLOW & RED=ORANGE
Complementary Colors: Those colors located opposite each other on a color wheel.
RED & GREEN/ BLUE & ORANGE/ YELLOW & PURPLE
Warm colors: RED, ORANGE, YELLOW
Cool colors: GREEN, BLUE, PURPLE

PROJECT 1: Collect things around your house that represent the six (R,O,Y,G,B,P) colors of a basic color wheel and arrange them in a circle. Toys, clothing, cups, blankets for example.

PROJECT 2:

Let's combine our One School One Book The Lemonade War and art. Think of flavors for the six (R,O,Y,G,B,P) colors of a basic color wheel to add to the lemonade. Like strawberry or cherry for red, pineapple for yellow maybe something weird like broccoli for green!

Draw a glass with a lemon slice and the new ingredient then color the glass with crayon and or marker then arrange the glasses in a color wheel/circle.

Examples of famous paintings: 


In partnership,

Antoinette

Expiration Date: 
Apr 30