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Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School

Submitted by julia.murray on Fri, 11/15/2013 - 12:17
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Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School
Halloween Art through the halls of Art City Elementary School

As you walk through the halls of Art City Elementary School everyone could see pumpkins, scarecrows,, mummies, ghosts, bats, many variations of skeletons and spiders.  The Second-grade classes express their creativity by making 3-D haunted houses and making Jack-o-Lanterns from cut outs from magazines.  The Third-grade have things to "Scream" about from arachnophobia to zombies. The Fifth-grade shared "The ZYX Halloween Alphabet song" Illustrated by Miss Haslam's haunters. Mrs. Hughes wrote "When is Halloween" poetry then created a mosaic. First-grade had a spider web and students made spiders. Kindergarten used leaves to create pictures of animals and fish, as well as fall wreaths. Sixth-grade made stained glass windows with silhouette's of  Halloween creepers.