Saturday, February 6, 2010

Ancient Egyptian Arts Integration Pieces

Our 6th graders shine and so do their sarcophagus works of art! If you haven't seen our showcases outside of 201 and across from the office - you are missing out! Check it out!

Friday, January 22, 2010

Ancient Egyptian Arts Integration

Don't be "scarabed" - these bugs don't bite!
They are part of our 6th grade arts integration project.
Just wait until you see the fabulous sarcophagus pieces that the
rest of the students have made!

The colors of the scarab beetles were beautiful & rich just as the students have shown us here with their lovely work! Blue symbolized the Nile River of course. Red symbolized the Sun God Ra or Atum. Gold was for the desert and sun. Green was used to represent the growth that was so important to the ancient Egyptians.

Over time, the scarab became a sacred symbol to ancient Egyptians. It served as a symbol of regeneration & creation. The Egyptian scarab beetle was also used as an amulet or a good luck charm by all classes & statuses of people in ancient Egypt. The scarab beetle was often used in the making of jewelry and was believed to hold strong magical & religious powers. The owners name was inscribed in hieroglyphics on the bottom to ensure that protective powers would be given to the wearer. Ancient Egyptians wore their scarab beetles on rings, pendants & necklaces!

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Student Council Representatives

Congratualtions to Payton, Addi, Jessica, Libby our 6th grade representatives to Student Council.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009


Monday, August 24, 2009


Yia'Sou, Hola, Ciao and so on! Here is a video that is sure to bring you lots of good luck in 6th grade! Every "voice" featured here has one main thing in common - that's to wish YOU a successful year in 6th grade Social Studies!
Enjoy! Y

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Fun and Learning with Arts Integration!

These are some of the wonderful works of our 6th graders.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

6th Grade Teachers in Rare form

"Avaste Ye" Maties! (Get a load of this!) 6th grade teachers have a very unique way of getting quality work from the students - well Shiver me Timbers!