Pottstown Homeschool Group, Pottstown, PA

Pottstown Homeschool Group, Pottstown, PA

Pottstown Homeschool Group, Pottstown, PA

Created by Pottstown Homeschool Group, Pottstown, PA

Artist: Elly, 6 years old, with help from Mrs. Haigh

Title: Full Steam Ahead to Mount Everest

Teacher: Mrs. Haigh

Theme: Coal to Steam

Materials and techniques: Canvas, pencil, oil pastels, and charcoal.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes. The students enjoyed learning about coal, conducting science experiments and using new art supplies, especially the charcoal which could be rubbed on.

About: Each child was challenged to draw where they envisioned coal could take them in the future. Our two youngest students were excited to have steam trains jet set them into outer space. Several older children wanted a steam train to take them to faraway places, like Mount Everest. One student explained how coal was made into electricity to power a ceiling fan. Lastly, a student was fascinated by the heat generated while burning the coal and drew a steam train loaded with coal as well as a fire heating a house.

Pottstown Homeschool Group, Pottstown, PA

Created by Pottstown Homeschool Group, Pottstown, PA

Artist: Malcolm, 1 year old, with help from Mrs. Haigh

Title: Full Steam Ahead to Outer Space

Teacher: Mrs. Haigh

Theme: Coal to Steam

Materials and techniques: Canvas, pencil, oil pastels, and charcoal.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes. The students enjoyed learning about coal, conducting science experiments and using new art supplies, especially the charcoal which could be rubbed on.

About: Each child was challenged to draw where they envisioned coal could take them in the future. Our two youngest students were excited to have steam trains jet set them into outer space. Several older children wanted a steam train to take them to faraway places, like Mount Everest. One student explained how coal was made into electricity to power a ceiling fan. Lastly, a student was fascinated by the heat generated while burning the coal and drew a steam train loaded with coal as well as a fire heating a house.

Pottstown Homeschool Group, Pottstown, PA

Created by Pottstown Homeschool Group, Pottstown, PA

Artist: Vihaan with help from Mrs. Kulharni

Title: Full Steam Ahead to Outer Space

Teacher: Mrs. Haigh

Theme: Coal to Steam

Materials and techniques: Canvas, pencil, oil pastels, and charcoal.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes. The students enjoyed learning about coal, conducting science experiments and using new art supplies, especially the charcoal which could be rubbed on.

About: Each child was challenged to draw where they envisioned coal could take them in the future. Our two youngest students were excited to have steam trains jet set them into outer space. Several older children wanted a steam train to take them to faraway places, like Mount Everest. One student explained how coal was made into electricity to power a ceiling fan. Lastly, a student was fascinated by the heat generated while burning the coal and drew a steam train loaded with coal as well as a fire heating a house.

Pottstown Homeschool Group, Pottstown, PA

Created by Pottstown Homeschool Group, Pottstown, PA

Artist: Brooke, 5 years old, with the help from Mrs. Haigh

Title: Full Steam Ahead to the Beach

Teacher: Mrs. Haigh

Theme: Coal to Steam

Materials and techniques: Canvas, pencil, oil pastels, and charcoal.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes. The students enjoyed learning about coal, conducting science experiments and using new art supplies, especially the charcoal which could be rubbed on.

About: Each child was challenged to draw where they envisioned coal could take them in the future. Our two youngest students were excited to have steam trains jet set them into outer space. Several older children wanted a steam train to take them to faraway places, like Mount Everest. One student explained how coal was made into electricity to power a ceiling fan. Lastly, a student was fascinated by the heat generated while burning the coal and drew a steam train loaded with coal as well as a fire heating a house.