Twosday in the Art Room!

For Twosday (2/22/22) 5th-8th graders did sketchbook prompts involving the number two.  Students could combine two animals or foods to create new creatures and culinary delights.  They really got creative with the prompts, and I saw “octotigers,” “black bear-terflies,” and “catmels,” to name a few of the creatures.  Foods ranged from “sushi sundaes” to “huckleberry pie-stickers” (huckleberry pie and potstickers, with a sprinkling of green onions), pictured above.  What’s even more impressive is that students only had 15 minutes for their sketchbook entries!

Sketchbook exercises help get us through the long winter, and there’s never a dull, gray day in the art room…

I am St. Aloysius School's art teacher for grades K-8. It is a joy to bring art instruction to our students.