Distance Learning Art Lessons for the week of April 13

Hello Families!

It is great to connect with you all through technology during this “Stay at Home” order.  I miss my students and I miss being able to teach art in the classroom.  But I will do the best I can to provide you with art lessons and activities to help you reach your creative outlet during this time.  Each week I will provide an art lesson, daily drawing challenges, an artist of the week, and supplemental art websites. If you would like to e-mail me to say hello or with any questions, you can reach me at Joanne.Adamos@cvesd.org.

With love and from a distance,

Mrs. Adamos

Mrs. Adamos’ YouTube Art lesson Clickhere

Materials: white paper, pencil (pen or markers are ok), and coloring materials

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My Covid-19 Daily Drawing Journal (Grades TK-6)

Create a a personal journal of this moment in time  through drawings.  You can use any paper, a lined notebook, sketchbooks, or anything to draw on to create this journal.  Directions are explained in the video

Monday 4/13: Draw a self-portrait

Tuesday 4/14: Draw your favorite breakfast item

Wednesday 4/15: Draw a picture of your computer

Thursday 4/16: Draw the people you see everyday

Friday 4/17: Draw what you are afraid of

 

Artist of the week: Henri Matisse 1869-1954

Henri Matisse - Paintings, Artworks & Facts - Biography     

 

Click here to watch the video about the life and work of Henri Matisse

 

Additional Resources:

art hub for kids  Art Hub for Kids

**Save empty toilet and towel paper rolls for next week’s project.

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