The first graders explored new techniques in printmaking to create this floral print.
Each student in Kindergarten created one small square that was designed to come together seamlessly in this Kandinsky-inspired painting.
This multi-media collage was created by the Tukkim class, our four-year olds. They used cardboard and tissue paper to turn triangles into a beautiful composition of Stars of David.
Each of these pen and watercolor paintings made by our fourth grade class represents a bird that can be found in North Carolina.
After the Little Lerners created their textured paintings, we cut them into strips and rolled them into paper beads before arranging them into this abstract collage.
Our three-year olds in the Dagim class came together to create this multi-layer heart painting using different techniques like rolling, stamping, and painting.
Our second graders created these bright and colorful abstract leaves on Shrinky Dink paper with markers and colored pencil.
Using different materials to create textures and shapes, our third graders each created these multi-layered monoprints.
In the spirit of the Yanshufim, our five-year olds each decorated small wooden pieces that we arranged in the shape of an owl.