Yesterday in Art, Ingrid hosted a “color party” for students in Lower Elementary. Grade 1 students study the color wheel every year, but this year our students in Grades 2 and 3 got involved and helped prepare for the party, making invitations and decorations ahead of time. Underneath the color-changing lightbulb, students examined various pieces of artwork, the color wheel itself, some handmade tissue paper decorations hanging from the ceiling, vintage Fisher-Price toys, and even some fresh strawberries and grapes. Afterwards, they got to eat their lunches underneath the color-changing lightbulb, too!
Thanks to Ingrid for organizing the color party, and to all of the students in Lower Elementary for coming together to help introduce our new Grade 1 students to the magic of the color wheel.