First grade students have been learning about the art & culture of the Navajo Indians. The photos below show images of students at work on their creative "blanket" designs inspired by the Navajo study. Students used their previous knowledge of line, shape, color, and pattern to create a design on white paper using washable markers. Afterwards, the artwork was sprayed with water to make colors blend together, wadded up, unfolded, and left to dry until the next art time. The results were amazing! Go to my website at www.classjump.com/Art to see the animoto video of this project. Reference source: Denise Logan deniseloganart.com
Ramona is an art teacher in her thirty-fifth year with the Albertville City School System. Presently, she teaches first and second grade students. She is a native of Linden, Alabama and a 1985 graduate of the University of Alabama. Mrs. Hall was named Alabama Elementary Art Educator of the Year 2011 and the Alabama House and Senate honored her with a House Joint Resolution for earning Albertville Chamber of Commerce's 2011 Educator of the Year.