Dear Lynnewood Families, 

Below are more flexible learning opportunities for our students in grades 1-5.  For the next 2 weeks (3/30 - 4/12) I thought a great theme would be "RECYCLING". Please use whatever supplies you have available at home and feel free to add or change lessons as needed.  Students can complete lessons from other grade levels as well.  Try to complete one lesson each week, and if you are feeling ambitious, feel free to do more!  Be creative, and have fun! 

If you wish to send me pictures of your amazing artwork my email is...

acamacho@haverfordsd.net

Artfully Yours, 

Mr. Camacho

 

Click on Blue Links to access lesson directions...

- First Grade: 

Tin Can Painting  

After you are finished with a can of soup or can of beans, rinse out the can thoroughly.  Follow directions and use the tin can to create an abstract painting.

Plastic Bottle Flower Prints

After you are finished with a plastic bottle (water bottle or bottled soda) rinse out the bottle, close the lid up, and follow directions on how to use both ends of the plastic bottle to create flower stamps.

- Second Grade:

Egg Carton Tree 

After you are finished with an egg carton, follow directions on how to cut the egg carton into pieces and glue pieces onto a piece of paper to design a tree.

Egg Carton Owl

After you are finished with an egg carton, follow directions on how to cut the egg carton to design a hanging owl.

 - Third Grade:

Juice Jug Rocket

After you are finished with a juice jug, milk, jug, or two-liter soda, rinse out the jug, close the lid, and follow directions on how to add recycled material to construct a spaceship. 

Paper Roll Rocket

After you are finished with a paper towel roll or toilet paper roll follow directions on how to add material to create a spaceship. 

- Fourth Grade

Sailboat from Recycled Material

Follow directions on how to create a mini sailboat from a variety of recycled material.

Cereal Box House

After you finish a box of cereal, follow directions on how to create a house, building, or numerous buildings that evolve into a city. 

- Fifth Grade

Milk Jug Bird Feeder 

After you are finished with a milk jug or any type of large container, follow directions on how to create a bird feeder.

Wind Chime from Recycled Material

Follow directions on how to create a wind chime from a variety of recycled material.

 

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