• New 6/4/2020: These are the links by grade level for our Spring 2020 Maugham Art Show! Please enjoy!


    1st grade art show 2020

    2nd grade art show 2020

    3rd grade art show 2020

    4th grade art show 2020

    5th grade art show 2020

    Kindergarten art show 2020


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  • Beginning March 30, art lessons will be delivered via google classroom. The link for each grade level art classroom will be available on each student's homeroom daily schedule on the day that grade has art. 

    I will provide video lessons and directions each week for what you should work on each week.  *All of the projects assigned can be completed with a variety of supplies. Please use what you have at home, there is no need to order anything.* 

    Please use your Art time on your new virtual schedule to connect with me! This is not mandatory but I will be available to connect with you via the "google classroom comments" to answer any questions you have during the following times:

    K: Monday 11:30-12:00

    1st: Tuesday 10:20-10:50

    2nd: Wednesday 12:00-12:30

    3rd: Thursday 9:00-9:30

    4th: Monday 9:00-9:30

    5th: Wednesday 10:00-10:30

    The first time you try to enter the art classroom you will need the join code for your grade. Please find those in the tab on the left "Google Classroom Codes". I will send an home an email with the codes to join as well. I'm so looking forward to getting back to making art with you!

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  • Art Choice Boards for At Home Instruction


    Please click on the link for your grade level below to find suggested at home art activities:

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    K and 1st Grade Art Choice Board

    2nd and 3rd Grade Art Choice Board

    4th and 5th Grade Art Choice Board

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Welcome to Art

  • Instructor: Leslie Williamson

    Welcome to the art page for Maugham. Students in grades K-5 will meet for art once a week. In general, art lessons will build throughout the year from the basic elements of art and principles of design, and will become more involved each year as the students develop their art skills and concepts. The notion of creativity will be addressed throughout  our lessons, always encouraging students to make connections and build on existing ideas.  Lessons will often also link to one or more significant artists as reference and inspiration for the students' work. I hope by the end of each student's time at Maugham he/she will have acquired a solid foundation in art history and a variety of art making processes, and will know how to apply this knowledge in the service of making expressive artistic statements.



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