Ciera chose Yosemite National Forest for her travel brochure. Her drawings show scenic trees and mountains.
Matthew: "Aerial View of the Pyramid Structure of the Louvre in Paris"
Ciera: "Aerial View of an Area of Yosemite National Forest."
4th Graders in Outer Space: We started with body language to express meaning, and then moved on to students posing for and taking digital photographs which they incorporated into their 12" x 18" mixed media drawings.
Sienna: "Wild Mustang"
Sam: "Aerial View of The Eiffel Tower"
Alec has The Great Wall of China as his destination. He displays ancient armor and interesting facts in his brochure.
Ciera: "Asian Elephant"
Olivia chose Washington D.C., thinking about the blooming of the cherry trees in April, viewing the monuments where history is made, and of course the cosy places to eat and connect with other fans of our capital.
Sienna: "Aerial View of an Island in Fiji"
Matthew would have the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France as the ultimate destination. Among his details, he illustrates the glass pyramid of the Louvre.
Callie: "Aerial View of a Remote Area of Alaska"
Ava Mehana has also created a travel brochure of beautiful Tahiti. Her huts on stilts look very inviting!
Brooke's brochure represents France where she highlights some of the sights and experiences of Paris. To the right and below is Brooke's brochure with the inside pages folded out.
Ava Mehana: "Aerial View of a Tahitian Inlet"
Olivia: "Baby Cheetah"
Eva created a brochure for Tahiti. Her brochure is all about relaxation in an idyllic setting.
Inspired In Hawaii: Students designed posters to reflect good values in cooperation with Ms. Kurisu, HNS Chaplain. One of the most difficult aspects of the assignment, was to show both a problem and a solution in the poster.Type your paragraph here.
Alec: "Aerial View of a Segment of The Great Wall of China"
Kendall's New York is about national monuments, skyscrapers and yummy regional treats. The cheesecake slice is on the back page.
Shea: "Aerial View of a Washington D.C. Site"
Sam has illustrated the sights and attractions of Paris, France as his travel destination.
Pumehana: "Aerial View of an Argentinian Bay"
Travel Brochures: Students ventured into the area of graphic design with their travel brochures. They all chose their own destinations and created their brochures combining graphic images, text and pictures. They researched their destinations so they could better create a piece which would attract potential "visitors." Students thought about what graphic images to use, how images worked together, and also about typography to create their headlines.
Callie chose Alaska as her destination brochure theme. The first view is the pages folded out to describe several parks. Then we have the folded brochure cover and the back section folded two thirds out.
Ava Mehana: Selected for exhibition at the Hawaii State Capitol Building during Youth Art Month, March 2016.
Alec: "Tiger Shark"
Kendall: "Red Fox"
Shea: "African Elephant"
Brightly Colored Fruit and Vegetables are highlighted by conflicting black and white pattern in the background.
Sienna used images of nature to illustrate tropical Fiji.
Animals in their habitats: Students chose favorite animals as subject matter. After creating rough drafts, they drew or painted their animals, researched them and made oral presentations to the class.
Ava Mehana: "Octopus"
Shea thinks a White House tour lead by the entire Obama family is a great experience which everyone should have.
Brooke: "Aerial View of Streets in Paris"
Google Earth Project: After studying the countries of locations for students individual brochures, they searched Google Earth to see their actual sites. They chose an image which they felt represented their destination, and then created a painting, focusing on shape and texture or geometric structures.
Olivia: "Aerial View of a Paris Roundabout"
Pumehana has Argentina as her brochure.
Eva: "Aerial View of the Tahitian Coast:" chosen for publication in the Summer 2016 edition of "Celebrating Art."