Art

April 22, 2016

Earth Day

In order to celebrate Earth Day we partnered with Keep Florida Beautiful, an organization that engages and educates citizens, visitors and communities to improve Florida through […]
March 31, 2015

Move Over, Rosie, 2nd Grade is on the Go

  This post was written by Jennifer Edgar, CLC’s Lead 2nd Grade Teacher.  Inspired by a Tallahassee Democrat news story, 2nd grade self-initiated a service project […]
February 2, 2015

Transformations — Preschoolers and the Alzheimer’s Project

The following post was written by Jessica Spurlock (preschool Lead Teacher) and Patty Callender (Music Teacher).  Service learning is an integral part of CLC’s philosophy, and […]
December 18, 2014

Kindergarten Day at the Farm (Video)

This video speaks for itself, so we’ll let it. Special thanks to board member and parent, Laura Ciociola, for filming and producing the film. We love […]
December 18, 2014

Wired for Success

We think about brains a lot around here. A lot. What’s good for them. What’s bad for them. What do they need more of and what […]
October 28, 2013

The Red Thread of The Arts at CLC

Below is a “Slide Share” from last week’s Cafe Cornerstone titled “The Red Thread of Arts at CLC” during which we explored the integrated nature of […]
April 2, 2012

(Totem) Pole Raising!

By Jennifer Edgar, 2nd Grade Lead Techer Take a mish-mash of recycled cardboard boxes, some acrylic paints, and a plethora of background knowledge on cultures and […]
February 3, 2012

Kindergarten Klimts

By Ms. Jana, Art Teacher In kindergarten art we looked at a selection of Gustav Klimt paintings. Students identified shapes and proximity of shapes to one […]
February 4, 2011

Finding Meaning in Art

By Jana Kiwala, Art Teacher “One way to open your eyes is to ask yourself, ‘What if I had never seen this before? What if I […]
November 19, 2010

Delightful Perceptions–Art as Experience

By Jana Kiwala, Art Teacher  The making of things is an integral part of the human experience. Sometimes when we think about art, we think of pieces […]
September 10, 2010

Preschool Art: Fishy Prints

Gyotaku (guh-yo-tah-ku) is a traditional Japanese form of fish printing  (gyo “fish” + taku “rubbing”)  used by fishermen to record their catches.  In Preschool, we have been […]