Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Created by Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Nena, Geneva, Destiny, Camryn, and Henry

Title: It’s Your Time to Shine

Teacher: Mrs. Crincoli

Theme: Parks with playgrounds

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paints, Sharpie markers, rulers, fabric, pencils, blending techniques and vivid colors.

Did you enjoy this project? The project was very rewarding and enjoyable. The students were engaged and eager to work on it.

About: Our artworks are collaborative pieces that represent park themes of unity and peace. The students ideas were based on designing various parks around the world that were full of color and an inviting atmosphere. The ideas behind the student’s artworks were to have a hidden place within a city that people can gather and enjoy time together. “Working toward a better tomorrow in peace”

Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Created by Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Camille, Elijah, Ziyon, Michael, and Joshua

Title: Animal Zoo Park

Teacher: Mrs. Crincoli

Theme: Zoo’s Visiting Parks

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paints, Sharpie markers, rulers, fabric, pencils, blending techniques and vivid colors.

Did you enjoy this project? The project was very rewarding and enjoyable. The students were engaged and eager to work on it.

About: Our artworks are collaborative pieces that represent park themes of unity and peace. The students ideas were based on designing various parks around the world that were full of color and an inviting atmosphere. The ideas behind the student’s artworks were to have a hidden place within a city that people can gather and enjoy time together. “Working toward a better tomorrow in peace”

Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Created by Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Vivian, Ana, Jaralissa, Josley, and Mohammed

Title: N.Y. City Park

Teacher: Mrs. Crincoli

Theme: City theme park, “New York”

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paints, Sharpie markers, rulers, fabric, pencils, blending techniques and vivid colors.

Did you enjoy this project? The project was very rewarding and enjoyable. The students were engaged and eager to work on it.

About: Our artworks are collaborative pieces that represent park themes of unity and peace. The students ideas were based on designing various parks around the world that were full of color and an inviting atmosphere. The ideas behind the student’s artworks were to have a hidden place within a city that people can gather and enjoy time together. “Working toward a better tomorrow in peace”

Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Created by Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Sean, Isaac, Marquis, Nizary, and Stephanie

Title: Sunny Day Park

Teacher: Mrs. Crincoli

Theme: Happy Day Park Brings Happiness

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paints, Sharpie markers, rulers, fabric, pencils, blending techniques and vivid colors.

Did you enjoy this project? The project was very rewarding and enjoyable. The students were engaged and eager to work on it.

About: Our artworks are collaborative pieces that represent park themes of unity and peace. The students ideas were based on designing various parks around the world that were full of color and an inviting atmosphere. The ideas behind the student’s artworks were to have a hidden place within a city that people can gather and enjoy time together. “Working toward a better tomorrow in peace”

Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Created by Alexander Hamilton Academy, 5th Grade, Paterson, NJ

Artists: Shanelle, Nashaly, Jazlyn, and Ana

Title: We Love to Play

Teacher: Mrs. Crincoli

Theme: Fun times park

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paints, Sharpie markers, rulers, fabric, pencils, blending techniques and vivid colors.

Did you enjoy this project? The project was very rewarding and enjoyable. The students were engaged and eager to work on it.

About: Our artworks are collaborative pieces that represent park themes of unity and peace. The students ideas were based on designing various parks around the world that were full of color and an inviting atmosphere. The ideas behind the student’s artworks were to have a hidden place within a city that people can gather and enjoy time together. “Working toward a better tomorrow in peace”