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Ms. Poch

P.S. 369 Coy L. Cox School

“Teaching art to middle school students is so much fun! My students are creative, energetic, and eager for new ways to express themselves. Check out what we have in store for our next few projects and help us if you can!”

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Whenever we venture outside during art class, my students want to use paint to capture the myriad of colors surrounding them in nature. Students will paint landscapes and cityscapes on field trips to the park and lunches spent outside. Learn more »


Exposing students to a variety of artistic mediums allows them the opportunity to discover their own mode for creative expression. My students need more than crayons and markers to express their emotions. Give them one more option with Prang Payons! Learn more »


My students love to show off their artwork to their teachers, peers, parents, and just about anyone who will look. When their drawings and paintings are presented well, it gives them even more pride in what they have done. Pre-Cut Mat Frames are an easy way for students to feel more confident about their work and themselves. Learn more »


Using colored pencils is one more way for students to bring their artwork to life! Learn more »


Help us make mosaics, collages, and stained glass with bright colors and fun texture. Learn more »


My students are eager to use acrylic paints in our study of abstract expressionism and non-objective art. Canvas Panels will help them feel more like real artists when they are working with more substantial supplies. Learn more »


Middle school is a time to discover who you are. One way I help my students discover this is through mask-making. They will create a plaster mold of their own faces and design them as they want to be viewed by the world! Learn more »


In Special Ed we want to foster independence and community exposure whenever we can! Making "class t-shirts" is fun and also helps us stick together when we are out on field trips. Learn more »


Eighth graders want to leave a legacy when they move on to high school. Creating a Class Quilt lets them share a special message with the next group of eighth graders to step up! Learn more »


Students will be able to use a wide variety of graphite pencils to expand their drawing abilities. Learn more »

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