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"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together."

-Vincent Van Gogh

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Kindergarten Art Class

In this class you will…

  • Describe works of art using appropriate vocabulary.

  • Analyze works of art.

  • Name lines, shapes and colors.

  • Discover texture.

  • Develop a personal art portfolio.

  • Observe works of art within the context of culture, time and place.

  • Investigate realism.

  • Demonstrate safe and ethical use of tools and images.

  • Use straight, bent, and curved lines.

  • Use basic geometric shapes.

  • Apply primary and secondary colors.

  • Observe examples of pattern and create simple patterns.

  • Draw and paint using various techniques and processes.

  • Create a collage by cutting, tearing and gluing paper.

  • Discover the use of art in daily life.

  • Create three-dimensional artwork

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First Grade artwork!

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First Grade Art Class

In this class you will…

  • Describe works of art using appropriate vocabulary.

  • Recognize various media.

  • Analyze works of art.

  • Identify elements of art- lines, shapes, colors and textures.

  • Choose a favorite artwork.

  • Develop a personal art portfolio.

  • Recognize an artist’s reason for making a specific work of art.

  • Investigate Expressionism.

  • Discover that art can be useful as well as decorative.

  • Combine shapes to create images.

  • Create a repeated pattern.

  • Mix secondary colors.

  • Investigate color blending and washes.

  • Create a collage.

  • Create three-dimensional artwork.

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Second Grade artwork!

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Second Grade Art Class

In this class you will...

  • Describe works of art using appropriate vocabulary.

  • Describe media and techniques observed in works of art.

  • Identify the emphasis of a work of art.

  • Justify reasons for the rating of an artwork.

  • Examine historical and cultural context in art.

  • Discuss artistic styles.

  • Associate specific moods with works of art.

  • Apply warm and cool colors.

  • Use varied drawing media to portray a range of subjects and emotions. 

  • Create three-dimensional artwork.

  • Assemble forms to create a sculpture or relief 

  • Create a book.

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Third Grade Art-

In this class you will...

  • Describe works of art using appropriate vocabulary.

  • Determine a focal point.

  • Justify reasons for the rating of an artwork.

  • Compare artwork from selected cultures, times and places.

  • Discuss artistic styles.

  • Explain how different people may understand different messages from one work of art. 

  • Define art.

  • Apply intermediate colors.

  • Construct a 3-D form.

  • Draw and Paint using varied media, techniques, and processes. 

  • Create a functional vessel with an intended purpose. 

  • Combine forms to create a 3-D sculpture. 

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Fourth Grade artwork!

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4th Grade Art Class

In this class you will...

  • Describe works of art using appropriate vocabulary.

  • Incorporate the elements and principles of design in works of art.

  • Compare and contrast possible meanings for works of art.

  • Develop a personal art portfolio.

  • Explain technology's impact on traditional arts.

  • Engage in art historical research and inquiry.

  • investigate information about artist and artworks. 

  • Identify various purposes for works of art (instructional, ceremonial, decorative, practical)

  • Use a range of values in varied media.

  • Draw and paint using various media, techniques and processes.

  • Create a three-dimensional artwork.

  • Create a functional vessel.

  • Make prints using varied media, techniques and processes.

  • Represent architecture using two-dimensional media.

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5th Grade Art Class

In this class you will...

  • Describe works of art using appropriate vocabulary.

  • Examine the use of the elements and principles of design in works of art.

  • Judge works of art based on observes merits.

  • Develop a personal art portfolio.

  • Discuss materials, processes, purposes, and functions.

  • Discuss artistic styles.

  • Engage in art historical research.

  • Discover the artist's intent and viewer's interpretation. 

  • Debate how are why people may interpret an artist's intended message differently. 

  • Discover the purposes for works of art.

  • Explore ideas of beauty and ugliness.

  • Defend how an ugly work of art may express an important idea. 

  • Explore creativity, the creative process, and originality. 

  • Contrast the merits of expressive artworks, and realistic artworks. 

  • Debate when and why disturbing art may be more meaningful than beautiful art. 

  • Demonstrate safe and ethical use of tools and images. 

  • Use various lines to indicate depth, volume and texture. 

  • Apply analogous, complementary, and monochromatic color schemes.

  • Communicate ideas through chosen subject matter and symbols. 

  • Mix a full range of color.

  • Create a sculpture using additive and subtractive techniques.

  • Use perspective to design architecture.

  • Investigate the role of artists and designers in daily life as a career. 

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