Ms. Fruchtman - Art Room 13
“Artsonia is the world's largest student online art museum with over 50 MILLION artworks published from schools worldwide! Thousands of teachers, parents and students use Artsonia every day: teachers use it to manage school art galleries in a safe and educational manner, providing a positive and safe educational environment for students to showcase their creative works, developing students' pride and self-esteem and involving parents and relatives in student arts education.”
If we have your email address, please look for an email invitation to sign up and grant permission on line.
Safety and Privacy of your students personal information is completely protected on the Artsonia Website.
It only takes a minute and your email address.
Grades 5 and 6 will be posting Artist Statements and using the website to assess their own work and write reflections.
If you have already granted permission for your student in years past, that still works, and thank you.
Please check the Grade level page for your students. There you will find a brief description of what your child does (or will be doing soon) in Art Class.
Parent volunteers are welcome and are needed more than ever!!! If you would like to help out during your child's art class, or any other time, please let me know. Please check in with the front office first. Art Room is #13 (lucky 13) Contact me anytime at (609)884-8485, ext 245 there is always email: email@example.com (probably the best) or leave a message on my mobile phone, (609)408-0009
ARTSONIA IS BACK THIS YEAR!!
AND BIGGER THAN EVER!!
WANTED: Parent Volunteer Must have a smartphone. Must be willing to photograph artwork and post it to Artsonia. (They have a free App that makes it so easy) Hours: whatever is convenient for you!
If you find you may be recycling anything on this list please let your child bring it into the art room so that it could be reused to create many a masterpiece.
The Art Room is collecting the following materials: Old Maps (*who needs them, don't we all use Google Maps now?) Plastic jars with lids, used and sturdy boxes ie: cell phone, tablet, laptop boxes.
colorful plastic caps, such as caps from: laundry detergent, peanut butter, soda bottles etc..