Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year!

Week 2 and 3

Tk week 2: Self Portraits inspired by Todd Parr’s book, It’s Okay to be Different

Media and Materials: Crayola Slick Sticks, Black Crayon, and Colored construction paper

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TK Week 3:  Shape monsters with tangrams inspired by Ed Emberley’s Go Away, Big Green Monster

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SDC Tk-2: Surrealist birds

Artist study: Salvador Dali

Element of Art: color (Warm and cool colors) and line

Materials and Media: construction paper, feathers, Crayola Slick Sticks, water based markers, paint brush and water

Kindergarten:  Kandinsky inspired Snails

Materials and Media: Black permanent marker and Crayola Slick Sticks

Artist study: Wassily Kandinsky

Elements of Art: Shape and color

1st Grade: Painted paper landscapes with Model Magic Clay Lady Bug (part 1)

Artist Study: Eric Carle

Text: The Grouchy Ladybug

Elements of art: Texture, color, and space

Materials and Media: Construction paper, Tempera paint, Paint Scrapers

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2nd Grade: Recycled cardboard painted fish (Part 1)

Elements of Art: Shape and texture

Media and Materials: Tempera Paint and Cardboard

3rd Grade and SDC 2nd-4th grade: Value Cats (Part 1)

Artist Study: Pablo Picasso

Elements of Art: Line and color (value, shades, and tints)

Materials and Media: Construction paper, black & white tempera paint, and black crayon

4th grade and SDC 5th-6th: The Great Wave inspired drawings (Part 1)

Artist Study: Katsushika Hokusai

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Elements of Art: Color (value), line (movement), and shape

Materials and Media: Chalk pastels, oil pastels, and construction paper

5th Grade: Celtic Knots (Part 1)

Cultural Study: History of Celtic art

Elements of Art: Space (overlapping) and line

Materials and Media: Construction paper

6th grade: Koi drawings painted with markers (part 1)

Cultural Study: Japanese symbols in art

Elements of Art: line, movement, space,  and value

Materials and Media: Watercolor paper, Black Sharpie, water based markers, paint brush and water

 

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