From Miller South School for the Visual and Performing Arts, we are featuring artwork created by Fourth Graders and Sixth Graders working under the inspired guidance of their art teacher, Mrs. Malia Tschantz.
Students are from the classrooms of Mrs. Tracey Visco, Mrs. Nichole Visco, and Mrs. Amy Heffernan.
To create their paintings, Mrs. Tschantz had her Fourth Graders research Ohio Landmarks that "Buddy" and some of his elf friends might have visited on his way to find his father. They traveled to Ohio as elves with "Good Citizenship" which is taught as a Social Studies Standard.
Mrs. Tschantz had her Sixth Graders portray "Buddy" and his elf friends as traveling to different sites around the world on the way to locating "Buddy's" father. This ties in with the World Regions Social Studies Curriculum. Miss Neenah Bell, who teaches Sixth Grade assisted with this.
Mrs. Tschantz cleverly combined Ohio and World Regions sites with art for this project.
Our thanks to the students and their teachers for providing this wonderful artwork.