April 27 - May 1
We've been hard at work in our digital classrooms with a new assignment each week! If you still do not have the code for your Arts & Humanities Google Classroom, please email me at email@example.com.
This week, you can catch up on activities from previous weeks that you've not yet done, or explore something new here on my website by checking out the different links and subpages! As always, you can choose to create a project of your own design! Whether you listen to music, make music, dance to music, create a piece of artwork, put on a skit or puppet show, do some yoga, or WHATEVER it might be that is visual art, music, dance, or drama, share what you do on our Arts & Humanities Google Form by clicking HERE!
April 20-24, 2020
Hello, Panthers! It's been great connecting to everyone on Google Classrooms! If you still have not signed up for your Arts & Humanities Google Classroom, email me for your code at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week, we continue our celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month! In honor of the art of jazz, we are going to explore an important word in the world of jazz:
Your challenge this week is to
explore ways to "produce or make (something)
from whatever is available."
--> SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES ON THIS WEEK'S GOOGLE FORM HERE!
Need some inspiration? Check out the Music of the Month! section for lots of jazz to get you moving, shaking, and making!
Want to find unique ways to improvise making visual art? Check out some new videos added to the Art Tutorial Videos section!
Looking for more information on how to write a poem? Visit former Poet Laureate (2013-15), Kenn Nesbitt's website for lots of great poetry resources!
Special Drama feature this week: PUPPETS! Very cool new content in this section to check out! Enjoy!
Remember, you may choose any activities on this site as an alternative option, or get creative and come up with an Arts activity of your own! Whatever you do, SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE in the Google Form!
April 13-17, 2020
Hello, Panthers! I hope everyone had a great spring break! You can find the latest assignments and upload your responses on Google Classroom! Codes have been shared with your classroom teachers. Below is the general overview of this week's activities available for students. You also have the option to complete any of the activities from past weeks that you have not yet explored! (Scroll down to see past posts.) Share whatever it is you create or experience to this week's GOOGLE FORM!
Email Ms. Mathey with any questions!
THIS WEEK'S GENERAL INFO:
Check out the Music of the Month section for some examples of the styles above, and more!
Here's one of my favorite jazz violinists, Stephane Grappelli playing a tune called Cheek to Cheek!
Need some ideas to inspire your artwork? Click the picture below to see inspiration from the Smithsonian Jazzed About Art!
Find even more inspiration by clicking the jazz-inspired masterpiece by Matisse below!
Clcik the picture below for EVEN MORE on Jazz and Art to inspire your creations!
Friday, April 3, 2020
Happy Friday, Panthers! Hope you're having a great week! Ms. Mathey will be hosting LIVE Puppet Parties on FRIDAYS at 2:00 PM from her Miss Hanna Rae professional musician Facebook page! It's a fun way for the whole family to hang out and get silly with songs, puppets, dancing, and more! Don't worry if you miss the live broadcast, you can watch it another time!
Have you made a found-objects color wheel yet? It's fun! Share what Arts activity you do each week by uploading it to this form HERE, and also through YOUR ARTS AND HUMANITIES GOOGLE CLASSROOMS!
Have a Pawsome Weekend!
Ms. Mathey's main updates are moving to GOOGLE CLASSROOMS! The Arts and Humanities classroom codes will be sent out soon! Explore all the links here for tons of ARTS activities, and log what you do by filling out THIS FORM HERE!
THANKS! Have a PAWSOME DAY!
Wednesday, April 1st
Hey there panthers! Let's see your color wheels! Upload yours HERE !
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Have you made a found-objects color wheel yet? It doesn't even have to be round to be satisfying! :) Here's today's Kitchen Edition! Have a pawsome day!
Monday, March 30, 2020
Happy Monday, Panthers! Below are some fun choices for Arts & Humanities activities this week! A reminder to all 3rd grade students that you can keep up with your recorder practice by visiting the RECORDERS-3RD GRADE link!
**Everyone please share what you create HERE !!**
Friday, March 27, 2020
Happy Friday, Panthers! I want to thank everyone who has shared your posters this week! As a school, we are working to streamline your online world, and next week I hope to have the Arts & Humanities classroom just as connected! In the meantime, you can find updates here! TODAY at 2:00 PM, I will be hosting a Pa-JAM-a Puppet Party on my music Facebook page! Find or make some puppets, musical instruments, put on your pajamas, and let's JAM!
I hope everyone finds some fun things to do this weekend! Please share any Arts activities you are doing at home by clicking this link HERE! Thanks Panthers!
Have a Pawsome weekend!
Thursday, March 26, 2020
Hello, Panthers! Happy Thursday! What a beautiful day to get some fresh air outside! I encourage everyone to get some exercise, take some nice refreshing deep breaths and let the sunshine hit your face (while still maintaining a safe distance away from others)! Tomorrow, in an effort to reach as many folks, Ludlow and beyond, I will be hosting a LIVE Pajama Puppet Party from my music facebook page, Miss Hanna Rae Mathey! There will be puppets, storytime, jokes, songs, and dancing! Fun for all ages! Round up your instruments and puppets, (or make some using creative materials!) and let's PAJAMA PUPPET PARTY! Take care everyone and I hope to see you tuning in tomorrow!
Have a PAWESOME day!
Please upload photos of any ARTS activities or creations you have made, including posters you made for your NTI classroom! --> Click HERE to Upload!! <--
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Howdy Panthers! How's everyone doing today? If you haven't made a poster for your classroom yet, check out the videos below posted yesterday! You can share your creations HERE, or by clicking my SHARING MEANS CARING! link at the top left of this page. That's where you can see your art along with other Panther masterpieces!
Many of you may be wondering how to organize your days. Our classes are usually one to two times a week, 45 minutes per class. I encourage you to spread your Arts and Humanities activities across the week, and mix it up! I have provided TONS of digital arts learning options on my page, and will continue to share more. I want to encourage everyone to take brain breaks, drink more water, stretch, walk, sing, dance, draw, or whatever you can, whenever you can! If you have any Arts needs, please email me! email@example.com
Have a PAWESOME day!
Monday, March 23, 2020
Hello Panthers! Happy Monday! Here is an assignment for all students! Check out the video below!
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I hope you've found some time to get creative since our last Arts & Humanities class!
CLICK THIS LINK to share what you've been creating at home!
It is a place to share what creative things you have done, and upload photos or video of your creations!
Check back soon for more information!
HAVE A PAWESOME MONDAY!
Want to see how Ms. Mathey made her poster? Watch the video below!
Looking for another great art project for today? Here's Ms. Cassie Stephens latest Robot Week post! (Scroll down, or click around for past links and videos!)
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Hello, Panthers! Thanks for stopping by my page! A few quick things...
*If you are in Ukulele Club and did NOT receive an instrument, or have any ukulele questions, email me ASAP!
* SUBSCRIBE and TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS for my YouTube channel!
*Videos will be posted here on my page, like this one posted yesterday!
CHECK IT OUT! Say hello in the comments!
Thanks for watching! See you soon! (Miss everyone already! )
WANT TO JUMP RIGHT INTO ART MAKING??
Miss Cassie Stephens is an amazing art teacher, leading a lesson on how to make ROBOTS! Follow along for all the directions!
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Happy St. Patrick's Day, Panthers! Looking for something creative to do today? Make a SHAMROCK to put up in your window at home! Decorate it however you like, take a picture, and upload it here!
--> SHARE WHAT YOU CREATE BY CLICKING THIS LINK! <--
Good *LUCK* and have a PAWESOME DAY!
Not sure how to make a shamrock? Watch the video below!
About Ms. Mathey
Hello! My name is Hanna Mathey and I am honored to be the K-6 Arts and Humanities teacher at Mary A. Goetz Elementary. The Arts have always been a major part of my life, and I love teaching students of all ages and ability levels. I love to sing and play music. I play the violin, viola, ukulele, kazoo, and all sorts of other instruments!
I grew up in Sycamore, IL, and moved to Chicago, IL where I received my bachelors degree from the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University in Music Education with Viola. After spending over a decade teaching music in the Chicago Public Schools, I found my way here to Ludlow, and have loved all the region has to offer!