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Primary: PreK-Grade 2

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


“The Sun And The Rain The Fight” by Samuel Ambartsumyan

The theme “Let your imagination fly.” I came up with this story one rainy morning when I was on my way to school. I was looking through the window, I started imaging the story with the sun and rain, because it seem like such a great idea seeing the sun shining and in other parts is was raining.


“Let Your Imagination Fly! It’s As Easy As ABC” by Brock Duncan

  • Grade: 1
  • Oak Hils PTA
  • Thirty-Fourth District PTA

Schoolwork is hard, but learning can be fun when you let your imagination fly and be creative!



“The Fox and the Bird” by Lilly O’Neill

  • Grade: 2
  • Magnolia Elementary PTA
  • Ninth District PTA

When I heard the theme “Let your imagination fly,” it reminded me of a bird. Then I decided to write “The Fox and the Bird,” because it included a bird but had the fox as the problem. Finally, I had a complete song that fit with the theme and had a problem. Like the bird, my imagination had to fly to great heights to come up with my song. At the end I had a good solution to the problem, the bird and the fox became friends.


Visual Arts

“Imagination In The Sky” by Sarah Kang

  • Grade: 2
  • Travis Ranch PTA
  • Fourth District PTA

I could see a heart, a puppy, a fish and so much more. With different shapes of clouds in the sky, I can imagine almost anything.


“Animangination” by Ripken Ely

  • Grdae: 2
  • West Creek Academy PTA
  • Thirty-Fourth District PTA

Animals have wild imaginations. I have always had special relationships with animals. They trust me and like me. For this mockumentary, they told me what their wildest imagination and wishes are. They said I could share their wacky thoughts with everyone!


“The Kite Of Imagination” by Madalynn Olmos

  • Grade: 1
  • Park Western/Harbor Magnet Elementary PTA
  • Tenth District PTA

A kite blowing in the wind can go anywhere it wants. It can go high or low or even travel into space with the stars and planets. Imagination can be whatever I can think. There is nothing that can stop imagination from being whatever it wants.