Students from Advanced Art Therapy Club created the banner for the Costume Parade and Fall Festival taking place on October 31 from 9:15-10:15 am. Students learned to make 3D “Haunted Houses” from four geometric shapes (square, triangle, diamond, & rectangles). Students also had the opportunity to take their “gods eye” to the next level, learning more advanced weaving patterns and techniques.
This week, students in PS3-Grade 2 are learning to count to 8 in French. They are learning symmetry and math by creating colorful spooky 8 legged spiders. They are learning 4 + 4 = 8 (don’t be late).
Grade 3–5 students are continuing with the Line, Shape, and Color for Hispanic Heritage month. They are learning to weave “Gods Eyes” which is an indigenous Mexican tradition that honors the four cardinal directions of North, South, East and West. The 4 corners represent earth, wind, fire, and water.
Get a feel for all that happens in the variety of specials classes offered at Ludlow-Taylor.