Mrs. Patterson
patterel@pwcs.edu

Hello Golden Eagles!  I hope you are all doing well and enjoying this time with your families.  Below are some art activities that you can work on while you are at home.  Feel free to email me pictures of any of your artwork.  I would love to see what you are working on!

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Here are some PWCS approved websites for art lesson plans and activities
:

1.  Dick Blick:
art lesson plans for all ages
https://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans/

2.  Kinderart:
art lesson plans for all ages

https://kinderart.com/ 

 3.  Keith Haring Kids:
art lesson plans and coloring books for all ages
http://www.haringkids.com/ 


4.  Artsology:
art games and videos for all ages
https://artsology.com/games.php

5.  Incredible Art:
art lesson plans, games, and online activities
https://www.incredibleart.org/links/artgames.html 

6.  School Specialty:
art lesson plans for all ages 
https://store.schoolspecialty.com/OA_HTML/xxssi_ibeSearchResults.jsp?type=search&searchType=ideasResourcesResults&minisite=10206&query=Lesson+Plan 

7.  PicassoHead:
create a digital Picasso Portrait
http://www.picassohead.com/

8.  Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems:
learn to doodle with Mo Williams
https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems/

9.  Ducksters:
learn about famous artists and art from ancient cultures
https://www.ducksters.com/history/art/

10.  Jarrett J. Krosoczka's YouTube Channel:
popular children's author offering free lesson plans
https://www.youtube.com/studiojjk

11.  Arts Integration from the Kennedy Center:
lesson plans for online learning
http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/educators/lessons

12.  National Gallery of Art:
lesson plans and resources for online learning
https://www.nga.gov/education/teachers/lessons-activities.html

13.  NGA Kids Art Zone:
National Gallery of Art's interactive offerings for kids
https://www.nga.gov/education/kids.html


What you can practice at home:

Kindergarten:

1.  identify, draw, and cut out shapes:  circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, etc.
2.  draw different types of lines:  straight, wavy, zig zag, diagonal
3.  spatial relationships:  top, bottom, left, right, beside, on top of, etc.
4.  collage:  cutting and gluing
5.  drawing from observation

1st Grade:
1.  weaving with paper
2.  patterns:  alternating and repeating
3.  primary colors
4.  geometric and organic shapes:  drawing and cutting
5.  drawing from observation

2nd Grade: 
1.  primary and secondary colors
2.  color mixing with paint, markers, or colored pencils
3.  drawing various lines:  vertical, horizontal, zig zag, wavy, diagonal, curved, dotted, spiral) 
4.  creating patterns
5. drawing from observation
6.  collage

3rd Grade:
1.  texture:  visual and actual
2.  color schemes: warm and cool
3.  weaving with cardboard, yarn, fabric, rubber bands, or other materials
4.  geometric, organic, free form shapes
5.  drawing from observation
6.  symmetry

4th Grade:  
1.  elements of art:  color, form, line, shape, space, texture, value
2.  principles of design: balance, emphasis, movement, pattern, proportion, variety, unity
3.  shading with pencils, colored pencils, paint, or other materials 
4.  monochromatic color schemes
5.  drawing from observation

5th Grade:
1.  linear perspective drawing (one point perspective)
2.  portrait drawing 
3.  shading with various materials
4.  zentagle patterns/complex patterns
5.  drawing from observation
6.  use Microsoft Paint to create a drawing



 


 

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