Created by Laukhuf Elementary School, Louisville, KY
Artists: Grades 3rd, 4th, and 5th
Zac, Cameron, Carlos, Ricky, Andrew, Donovan, Mason, Brianne, Natilee, Kayli, Gracie, Taylor, Jessica, Aaron, Peyton, Lilly, Ariel, Josie, Jaydon, Lacey, Abigail, Jameson, Daiya, Eric, Adam, Cameron, Daniel, Neveah, Reco, Kimberleigh, Kelsi, Roselyn, Isabelle, Cara, Daniel, DJ, Daijanae, Anthony, Alex, Grace, Tre, Darwin, Hunter, Madison, Alexis, Darrell, Somnas, Luis, Lela, Libby, Tyler, Joshua, Ethan, Daniel, Isabella, Carlos, Leena, Cassidy, Kierstyn, Sean, Evelyn, Trevor, Daymen, Dylan, Jordan, Nick, Sarah, Benjamin, Emoni, Yair, KC, London, Nick, Isaiah, Brandon, Alec, Timothy, Kierra, Isabella, Carter, Natilee, Gavin, Jeremiah, Tyler, Lindsay, Jesse, Mackenzie, Paul, Tyler, Lauren, Dereck, Neshan, Gavin, Peyton, Maybelle, Tyler, Grace, Malani, Lauren, Miles, Kelly, Drew, Tony, Trevor, Maddie, Waid, Najiba, Dominic, Trendon, Shyanne, Donnie, Jordan, Colin, Justice, Isaiah.
Matthew, Trevor, Caitlyn, Dakari, Ian, Carly, Damon, Taylor, Tyler, Lovell, Austin, Jaden, Brizeth, Avery, Patrick, Hrishikesh, Jamie, Taylen, Raegan, Breahna, Kiara, BG, Jonathan, Jackson, Juliana, Diana, Allison, Abby, Alexis, Daniel, Chasidy, Raina, Matthew, Sean, Eric, Calvino, Brenden, Annemarie, Autumn, Aidan, Alex, Zoe, Jonah, Cameron, Caitlin, Madison, Mia, Dallas, Morgan, Miranda, Seth, Zyon, Hannah, Logan, Tayton, Lea, Ethan, Caleb, John, Landon, Alaia, Jordan, Marco, Dakota, Amira, Ke’Mareon, Daniel, Kaden, Jacob, Jadan, Bryce, Evyn, Nathan, Ashton, Patino, Stephanie, Alvin, Josiah, Makayla, Maya, Cameron, Milena, Addilyn, Joy, Tori, Mazey, Raphael, Megan, Whitney, McKinzi, Aubree, Brynlee, Cody, Maxley, Clarissa, Jasmyne
Teacher: Mrs. Adams
Theme: Bio-diversity of Mammoth Cave
Materials and techniques: Paper, tape, fabric, yarn, glue
Did you enjoy this project? Yes. We started in small groups with selected students, and ended with all the students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade working in mixed groups, changing groups each time we went to the next step.
About: Students discovered the bio-diversity of Mammoth Cave talking about examples of the hundreds of birds, insects, mammals, fish, etc. that are present in and around Mammoth Cave. In discovering all the different types of living creatures that make up the environment in and around Mammoth Cave students realized it was VERY diverse. In our artwork, the many types and shapes of the fabric represent the bio-diversity of the area. The yarn brings your attention to the specific living creators that make up the area in central Kentucky.