For the past two weeks the students in Ms. DiMarco’s class at the Y.A.L.E. School Medford campus have been learning about poetry. Each day the students learned about a new type of poem and then created their own. They learned about: Haiku, Diamante, Acrostic, Autobiographical, Cinquain and Limerick poems. To wrap up the unit on poetry students got to put […]
Students from Ms. DiMarco’s class at the Y.A.L.E. School Medford campus are now “published” authors and illustrators. In the beginning of this school year, two Medford campus classrooms went on a community-based learning trip to nearby Johnson’s Farm. Each student hand-picked four apples and one pumpkin before enjoying an exhilarating hayride. The students enjoyed the outing so much that Ms. […]
Students in Ms. Lussier’s and Ms. McNamara’s classes made and decorated “rainsticks” inspired by Native American traditional musical instruments. Each student customized their own project and shared in a group exploration of rhythm and percussion.
Jeremy from Ms. Lippert’s classroom at the Cherry Hill campus teaches us how to do a simple origami project.
Students at the Y.A.L.E. School Cherry Hill and Voorhees campuses created handmade Valentines to send to U.S. Soldiers serving overseas. Classes who crafted these handmade artworks include Ms. Kristin’s art students at the Cherry Hill campus and Ms. Blatherwick’s class at the Voorhees campus.
Students in the Y.A.L.E. Cherry Hill Lower School are working on some cool new art projects in their Fine Art classes, including fierce dragons! Check out these photos of some recent student art works. Also, don’t forget that parents will be able to view student artworks on display at our annual Art Show, starting May 1st and running through May […]
Y.A.L.E. Fine Arts classes started the new school year with students “taking steps” towards their futures by designing their own sneakers and collage caterpillars. The metamorphosis of caterpillars into butterflies is our metaphor for a wonderfully transformative school year. Already, art students have created coffee filter butterflies, butterfly kites and paper bird gliders.