As part of their studies about the coldest places on Earth, kindergarten students are illustrating polar bears and the Northern lights.
First grade students are completing their Dr. Seuss inspired maps. Then they will begin the annual penguin palooza project.
Second grade students are folding and cutting delicate examples of radial symmetry. They are making several paper snowflakes and beginning their unit about author and illustrator Ezra Jack Keats.
Third grade students are completing their own unique worlds inspired by Ed Emberley.
Fourth grade students completed their amazing still life illustrations and now they are learning about color theory.
Fifth grade students are working collaboratively as they discuss, design, and make connections between the arts and other academic school subjects. Their interesting, unique and informative group projects will be displayed throughout Seton once they are complete.
The sixth grade students will begin their study of Ancient Greek and Roman temples. They'll soon discover similar architectural elements in local churches, homes and government buildings.
The seventh grade students are focused on designing optical illusion illustrations.
The eighth grade students will begin illustrations based on Chris Van Allsburg's The Mysteries of Harris Burdick.