So, the first full week of school after Spring Break, and we have two snow days in a row! I have to say, I enjoy the time off, especially since my Christmas Break was a really busy one, but I miss my kids! It’s especially tough since I am in a different school […]Read more "Snow Day!"
The question I get most frequently about being a traveling art teacher is “how does that work?” It is a true logistics nightmare. I travel to five different schools, which means that I have to have my supplies with me all the time — usually in the trunk of my car. I have to haul […]Read more "How Does That Work?"
Today, my first and second graders are creating monochromatic winter scenes, with red cardinals for a pop of color. Even though they’re little guys, they can understand rhythm, and love seeing how rhythm in art and rhythm in music are similar. They created a cool rhythm with different-sized birch trees and the patterns created […]Read more "Winter"