To learn more about the color wheel, gradients and mixing, Art I seventh graders at RB Chamberlin Middle School turned to watercolor.
The students created a custom watercolor mix that they applied to their shapes. Then the students added life to the shape by drawing arms, legs and some facial features. The final step was a discussion about emotions, moods and color.
These students mastered applying their senses to a mood and color through their poems that will be submitted to their ELA teacher. A wonderful way to learn more about students, their well-being and application of words to Art. This cross-curricular activity was fun for our talented Art students!