South Mountain School, Millburn, NJ

South Mountain School, Millburn, NJ

South Mountain School, Millburn, NJ

Created by Ms. Filippini’s 3rd Grade Class at South Mountain School, Millburn, NJ

Participants: Art Teacher Ms. Susan Lisbin South Mountain 3 Ms. Fillipini’s class

Upper left square: Daniel, Shahzod, Grace, Jordan

Lower Right Square: Kate, Sadie, Grace, Zachary, Danielle, Akane, Gael

Upper right square: Lydia, Lauren, Alan, Gideon

Title: The Color Explosion

Theme: Imagination

Materials: Students used tempera cake paint on muslin and the work was then glued onto fabric.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, they collaborated nicely, sharing ideas and everyone painted.

About: When we look up at the sky we see the unknown and yet we feel comfort in the beauty. There is so much going on in the world around us that we do not understand. Seeing endless possibilities of color combinations in the night sky makes us optimistic.

South Mountain School, Millburn, NJ

Created by South Mountain School Grade 3 Ms. Odell’s class, Millburn, NJ

Artists: Vincent, Bryson, AJ, DeAugistine, and Madison

Art Teacher: Susan Lisbin

Title: The Ninja Flying Ryborg

Theme: Imagination

Materials: Students used tempera cakes on muslin. The artwork was then glued onto different fabric.

Did you enjoy this project? The group had fun sharing ideas and then everyone hlped paint.

About: The Ninja Flying Ryborg can fly anywhere. He disguises himself by looking like a watermelon. He is very athletic and always looking for adventure.

South Mountain School, Millburn, NJ

Created South Mountain School Grade 3 Ms. Falco’s Class, Millburn, NJ

Artists: Molly, Jhon, Marc, Matthew, Daniel, Carli, Halle, Joseph

Art Teacher: Susan Lisbin

Title: Food Delivery

Theme: Imagination

Materials: Students used tempera blocks and glitter on muslin. The art was then glued onto fabric and some plastic gems were added.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, they shared ideas and had fun painting.

About: Students made a rocket ship that was made out of food. When the delivery was made they needed a repair, so the astronaut was fixing it.

South Mountain School, Millburn, NJ

Created by South Mountain School Grade 3 Ms. Odell’s class, Millburn, NJ

Artists: Ellie, Daniel, Rachel, and Steven

Art Teacher: Susan Lisbin

Title: Futuristic Party Plane

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials: Students used tempera cakes on muslin and then the artwork was glued on additional fabric.

Did you enjoy this project? They had a great time sharing ideas and then everyone was able to paint.

About: There is no pilot for the plane, it flies by itself. There is a pool on the plane. Each seat has a mini toilet under the seat so that no one has to get up to go to the bathroom.

South Mountain School, Millburn, NJ

Created South Mountain School Grade 3 Ms. Odell’s Class, Millburn, NJ

Artists: Kristen, Brian, Todd, and Rebecca

Art Teacher: Susan Lisbin

Title: Floating House

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials: Students painted with tempera cakes on muslin. The work was then glued onto different fabric.

About: The “Floating House” is indestructible. The house will protect you if there is an earthquake or any other disaster. It can travel anywhere, including outer space.

South Mountain School, Millburn, NJ

Created by South Mountain School Grade 3 Ms. Odell’s Class, Millburn, NJ

Artists: Sasha, Miranda, Patrick, and Scott

Art Teacher: Susan Lisbin

Title: The Gyroscopic Bubble

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials: Students painted with tempera cakes on muslin. Next the work was glued onto another fabric.

Did you enjoy this project? The students enjoyed sharing ideas and collaborating. Everyone helped with the painting.

About: The gyroscopic Bubble floats around in space with unlimited amounts of oxygen and electricity and the people in it can stay for an indefinite period. The floating innovation starts up with a zzzaap……. and can go anywhere. For food the person just has to plug in what they want into the computer.

South Mountain School, Millburn, NJ

Created by South Mountain School Grade 3 Ms. Falco’s class, Millburn, NJ

Artists: Eva, Amir, Ryan, Victoria, Briana, Isma’el, Madison, Grace

Art Teacher: Ms. Susan Lisbin

Title: The Great Journey

Theme: Science / Technology

Materials: Tempera paint blocks on muslin and glitter. The muslin was then glued onto additional fabric.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, they shared ideas and had fun doing the art work.

About: It is important to understand the universe. In the future we may travel and live on other planets.