It is Sunday night! I'm getting ready to teach a new unit to all of you tomorrow! It will be a short week this week...Spring break, YEH! So many of you like the funny Mona Lisa that I have on my classroom door. I had a lot of students ask me, "hey, Ms. B., what's the big deal about that painting? Why is it so famous?" GREAT QUESTION! I can't wait to teach you all about this painting. There are so many fascinating stories about who she was, why he painted her and all about her famous smile. I will read and study tonight so that I can give you my best tomorrow. Later I will work on the watercolor painting. I will post the progress of the painting on my morning blog post. Have a wonderful peaceful night. The art room will be opened at 6:00 a.m. The morning group is getting larger and larger. Pass the word around. I will also be staying after school late on Tuesdays for all of you who need more studio time to paint. See you tomorrow. Ms. B.
I am an art educator and a professional artist. I write this blog to guide my students in (SEL) social, emotional, and academic development. S.E.L. is the District of Columbia Public School's priority because we believe that we must educate the whole child.
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