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Intermediate: Grades 3-5

Congratulations to the California 2016 Reflections Art Program Award of Excellence recipients in the Intermediate division.

Literature

“Time For A Change” by Jessica Liu

My story relates to the theme, “Let Your Imagination fly, because Mizo let his imagination fly and made things better. In the proces, he made other people want to do the same! Keep imagining!

Dance

“Dance Your Heart Out” by Sophie Pedego

  • Grade: 4
  • Ocean View Elementary PTA
  • Twenty-Fourth District PTA

When I’m dancing I feel like I can do anything. Jess Glynne is amazing and I bet she feels good when she is singing.

Music

“Charm With The Magic Flute” by Helen Yeong

  • Grade: 4
  • Laguna Niguel PTA
  • Fourth District PTA

Let your imagination fly means don’t let others limit your imagination from following your dreams. My music composition portrayed a prince’s journey in search of the missing princess. I want to inspire others by having courage to follow thir heart and use their imagination to overcome any obstacles.

Visual Arts

“Dream Land” by Wesley Chen

  • Grade: 5
  • Camino Grove Elementary PTA
  • First District PTA

I imagine that my dreamland is a vast island which is morphed into a room and the blue ocean. I enjoy sitting in my room on the island to let my imagination fly. I love the strawberry cake island because it looks very delicious. There are monkeys happily swinging between the trees that grow from the strawberry cake island. All kinds of balls come and join me from the deep dark space. I have company! He is a little boy always surfing the waves. The school of fish can not only swim but fly joyfully.

 

Film

“What do I Imagine?” by Daniel Linhardt

  • Grade: 3
  • Donion PTA
  • Peralta District PTA

I imagine things that most kids do, but also things that most do not. I think I imagine things that are very important and just normal for most kids. This movie is a small part of my story and what I imagine for myself.

 

Photography

“Imagination is Where your Painting Begins” by Kennedee Roberts

  • Grade: 3
  • Vista Elementary PTA
  • Twelft District PTA

When you use your imagination, you can begin your painting in your thoughts. Then you can put your thoughts onto paper. I photographed my cousin Braden’s hand close-up, so that it looks like he is painting the clouds in the sky with his imagination.