LogosLast week the ASPIRE group and the Penticton grade 5s investigated good logo design and tried their hand and designing their own logos, either for their own radio show or for the Creation Station. This week is was time for the AIM group and the Penticton grade 3/4 group to give it a whirl. First we looked at logos that had been divided into 2 groups. The students had to decide why the logos were placed into each group. In the end we discovered that one group represented logos that followed good design principles (simple, few colours, images that related to the product) and the other group did not. Below are the slides that we viewed (link). Student then worked on their own logos.
Paper Table Design ChallengeThe ASPIRE group was given the challenge of building a table that was at least 20 cm high and that would support a heavy textbook. Their materials? 8 sheets of newspaper, masking tape, and a 22 x 28 cm sheet of thin cardboard. We'll be finishing the tables next week, but the photos below show where we are so far. Many different designs are being attempted, it will be interesting to see how they work out! (link)
5 Card Photo StoriesThe Penticton grade 5 groups knocked my socks off (yet again) with their creative stories that were based upon 5 photos that I showed them. The stories were creative, dramatic, surprising and inspiring.
A Squash and a Squeeze
Last week the Penticton grade 1/2s did a great job on the radio play of the story of Chicken Little. This week we tackled 'A Squash and a Squeeze' by Julia Donaldson. I'll post the audio once it has been edited.
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