Mannington

Salem, New Jersey
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Artwork Projects - this school year (since July 2015)
 
Jun 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Happy Father's Day everyone. How much do we love our dads? To the moon and back. We had a great time creating magic in a ...
   
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Jun 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Beyond the Print (11 artworks)
Jun 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Seventh grade students worked to create prints that displayed rotational symmetry. After creating at least three edition ...
   
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Garden Paintings (13 artworks)
Jun 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Dream Catchers (4 artworks)
Jun 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Tessellations (22 artworks)
Jun 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
8th grade found that math and art go hand in hand when they created their original tessellations. Students could create ...
   
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Jan 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Congratulations to EF1 whose artwork will be displayed on the 2016 Salem County Fair t-shirt. Great work Mannington!
   
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Ceiling Tile Project (22 artworks)
Jun 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Jun 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Second grade explored how artists capture the weather and seasons in paint. They were introduced to the art of Charles B ...
   
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May 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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May 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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When I Grow Up (16 artworks)
Jun 2016, taught by Mrs. K. Richman
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Jun 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
5th and 6th grade visited the Delaware Museum of Art where they created their own art museum.
   
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May 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Third grade students experimented using watercolor on wet and dry paper to create non-objective art. Over the next few c ...
   
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Glue Line Bottle Art (16 artworks)
May 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students practiced sketching a bottle still life focusing on the shapes of the bottles and their relationship to each ot ...
   
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Sharpie Tie Dye (9 artworks)
May 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Fractured Rainbows (21 artworks)
May 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Apr 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Self-Portait Collage (18 artworks)
Apr 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Second grade discussed the art of Romare Bearden, collages, and portraits before creating their own self-portrait collag ...
   
 
Perspective Drawings (25 artworks)
Apr 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students studied and discussed creating one point perspective landscapes using a vanishing point, diagonal guidelines, p ...
   
 
Altered Book Project (26 artworks)
Jul 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Imaginary Worlds (16 artworks)
Apr 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students visited the Pixar website and investigated the many imaginary worlds created by the Pixar imagineers. Then stud ...
   
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Zentangle Art (61 artworks)
Jul 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Digital Art (10 artworks)
Apr 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Vehicle Collages (27 artworks)
Apr 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
PreKindergarten and Kindergarten created texture rubbings outside during art class. The next two class periods they cut ...
   
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Mar 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Mar 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students created art to enter the Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art contest. They had to research the fish and then write ...
   
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Drawing People Who Pose (22 artworks)
Mar 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Third grade began their portrait project by discussing why artists create sketches. The students worked hard and practic ...
   
 
McElligot's Pool (28 artworks)
Mar 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students listened to McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss then drew what they found in McElligot's Pool.
   
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Mar 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Pre-K and Kindergarten used the primary colors to create lines and shapes in their paintings.
   
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Pointillism Landscapes (13 artworks)
Mar 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
5th grade studied the art of Georges Seurat and pointillism.
   
 
Mar 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students practiced mixing primary colors to create secondary colors. The next class period they turned their colors into ...
   
 
Cat in the Hat is Back! (28 artworks)
Feb 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Kindergarten and PreK practiced creating shapes and lines to capture the Cat in the Hat. Some added images they remember ...
   
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100 Day Mosaic (22 artworks)
Feb 2016, taught by Mrs. K. Giova
Students counted out 100 paper mosaic pieces, then assembled a picture using the pieces they counted.
   
 
Sun Expressions (13 artworks)
Feb 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Seuss Inspired Hats (18 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
7th grade was introduced to textile art through our Seuss Hat Project. They used patterns to cut out their hat pieces, p ...
   
 
Surreal Self-portrait (21 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students studied the surrealist work of Frida Kahlo before creating their own surrealist self-portraits. The students us ...
   
 
Artistic Interpretations (19 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Sixth grade studied a variety of famous artists. Each student chose an artist to focus on and recreate a work or work in ...
   
 
Creating with Stencils (45 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students learned how to create their own stencils and then used those stencils to create original art.
   
 
Eric Carle Inspired Art (66 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Careers in Art Project (2 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students researched an art related career and then were asked to create an advertisement for a company based on their ca ...
   
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Op Art (28 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Jan 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Jan 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Our students created their idea of a dream car.
   
 
Jan 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Get "Into" Your Art (1 artwork)
Jan 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Star Snowmen (29 artworks)
Jan 2016, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
After sharing Eric Carle's Draw Me a Star, students learned how to draw their own star and then turned it into a snow pe ...
   
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Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Mittens (13 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
PreKindergarten traced mittens, cut them out, and worked to create matching mittens.
   
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Holiday Crafts (8 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Nancy Anderson
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Trees from Squares (12 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Winter Scenes (31 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students tore paper to create snow scenes, then used construction paper crayons to add details.
   
 
Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students worked on developing shape and line placement to create reindeer in a directed drawing assignment. Then they de ...
   
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Doodle4Google (12 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Reindeer (7th and 8th) (45 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
As part of a community service project, students made paper sculpture reindeer to decorate our Reindeer Games themed tre ...
   
 
Reindeer (5th and 6th) (40 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
As part of a community service project, students made lightbulb sculpture reindeer to decorate our Reindeer Games themed ...
   
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Reindeer (3rd and 4th) (37 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
As part of a community service project, students made clothes pin sculpture reindeer to decorate our Reindeer Games them ...
   
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Reindeer (1st and 2nd) (37 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Reindeer (PreK and K) (29 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Snowflakes (37 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Ornaments for Christmas Trees on Parade
   
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Wreaths (1 artwork)
Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Handprints (2 artworks)
Dec 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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The Mixed Up Chameleon (47 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Turkey Pop Up Cards (86 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Calaveras de Azucar (37 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Seventh grade discussed Dia de los Muertos. They learned the skulls represented the sadness of death and the sugar the s ...
   
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Dia de los muertos mask (22 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the Day of the Dead and the symbolism of the skull, colors, and nature themed decorations. The skull ...
   
 
Calaveras Bailadoras (23 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Pumpkin Expressions (27 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Picasso Pumpkins (25 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
As part of our school's Fall Family Reading and Writing Fun Night, students created Picasso Pumpkins and wrote artist st ...
   
 
Sidewalk Chalk Art (3 artworks)
Nov 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Oct 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Abstract Art (31 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students began by discussing types of line. With hands in the air they demonstrated lines that moved fast and slow. Then ...
   
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Fall Leaves (28 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Kindergarten and PreK created fall leaves using tissue paper collage. They discovered new colors where the colors overla ...
   
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Card Designers (6 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students in the Power of Art enrichment group are creating cards for hospitalized children. Their cards will be sent to ...
   
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Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students planned and carved giant pumpkins to support Meals on Wheels of Salem County.
   
 
Mixed Media Apples (12 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
PreK and Kindergarten celebrated Johnny Appleseed Day with activities in their classroom. In art, we continued their stu ...
   
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September Self-Portrait (28 artworks)
Oct 2015, taught by Mrs. Kim Richman
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Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the message of Pinwheels for Peace and why artists create installation art before creating their own ...
   
 
Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the message of Pinwheels for Peace and why artists create installation art before creating their own ...
   
 
Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the message of Pinwheels for Peace and why artists create installation art before creating their own ...
   
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Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the message of Pinwheels for Peace and why artists create installation art before creating their own ...
   
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Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the message of Pinwheels for Peace and why artists create installation art before creating their own ...
   
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Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the message of Pinwheels for Peace and why artists create installation art before creating their own ...
   
 
Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the message of Pinwheels for Peace and why artists create installation art before creating their own ...
   
 
Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the message of Pinwheels for Peace and why artists create installation art before creating their own ...
   
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Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the message of Pinwheels for Peace and why artists create installation art before creating their own ...
   
 
Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students discussed the message of Pinwheels for Peace and why artists create installation art before creating their own ...
   
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Sep 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students brainstormed their "superpowers" and created symbols to represent their power. What makes you, you? Everyone ha ...
   
 
Photoshop Art (1 artwork)
Aug 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Jul 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Independent Work (56 artworks)
Jul 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Artwork Projects - last school year (July 2014 - June 2015)
Artwork Projects - 2 years ago (July 2013 - June 2014)
Artwork Projects - 3 years ago (July 2012 - June 2013)
Artwork Projects - 4 years ago (July 2011 - June 2012)
Artwork Projects - 5 years ago (July 2010 - June 2011)
Artwork Projects - 6 years ago (July 2009 - June 2010)
Artwork Projects - 7 years ago (July 2008 - June 2009)
Artwork Projects - 8 years ago (July 2007 - June 2008)
Artwork Projects - 9 years ago (July 2006 - June 2007)
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Activity this school year (since July 2015)
2422 published artworks 363 comments
 
527 artist statements 349 artist fans
Counts are updated at the beginning of each day.
 
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School Awards & Honors
  2014-2015 Comments Award
Ranked #5 in New Jersey (#103 in the nation) for comments posted among all schools
  2014-2015 Statements Award
Ranked #6 in New Jersey (#115 in the nation) for artist statements collected among all schools
  2014-2015 Comments Award
Ranked #10 in New Jersey (#170 in the nation) for comments posted among elementary schools
  2014-2015 Statements Award
Ranked #6 in New Jersey (#112 in the nation) for artist statements collected among elementary schools
  2014-2015 Statements Award
Ranked #6 in New Jersey (#137 in the nation) for artist statements collected among middle schools
view all awards (19 awards in all)
 
Student Hall of Fame
Shown are five randomly-selected students who have entered the Hall of Fame this year.
 11485
awarded on 2/13/2016
 10325
awarded on 2/23/2016
 GW13
awarded on 10/27/2015
 10156
awarded on 3/24/2016
 HW24
awarded on 9/24/2015
view all awards (195 students in all)
 
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Love the dump truck buddy!! -- Mommy
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I like this picture, love the Nike sneakers! -- Amy
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Love this one buddy...you're so brave!! -- Mommy
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Recent artist statements ...
What inspired me to do this artwork is because I love the game Candy Land and so I made my version of Candy Land but on a cloud. The girl loves cotton candy so her outfit is based on cotton candy, cherries, jolly ranchers, lollipop trees and heart lollipops on a cloud. And I give all my art skill that I learned from Mrs. Sakewicz-Frank who is very artistic to my little sister. Thank you Mrs. Sakewicz-Frank.
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My favorite part was choosing the different types of things to put on my anime person. My least favorite part is drawing the hair. I added the soccer ball and jersey to help the reader read this to tell them I like soccer. I would change how the soccer ball looks, because it doesn't look like a soccer ball. (I learned) What it takes to draw anime and the history of what is different about it and what is it. The hands surprised me. First I had to find the different hair and eye type. Next I outlined the stick man. Next I drew the details. I outlined the person in ink. Lastly I colored it in watercolor.
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My favorite part of this Manga self-portrait was drawing it and adding details. My least favorite was inking because I was scared I would mess up. I added a football and added the words touchdown so the reader knows the figure is playing football. Without those the person will think the figure is playing baseball, going to catch the ball. Or think it's a goalie trying to block the soccer ball. I wouldn't change anything but I would add some stuff like a dragon in the background to represent the football player soaring through the air like a dragon. I learned you should pull back and use the inner part of the nib. (I also learned) That Japanese used or put a color at a time with block prints. Nothing surprised me in this artwork. (To make this:) 1. Use an articulated figure and put it in position and outline. 2. Add details. 3. Outline everything in ink with pen nib. 4. Watercolor the background. 5. Watercolor the figure.
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