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Elementary Art Curriculum

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Marcia Morehead

on 31 May 2014

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Transcript of Elementary Art Curriculum

First Grade Artwork
Second Grade Artwork
Kindergarten Artwork
Fourth Grade Artwork
Technology in the art room
Fifth Grade Artwork
Third Grade Artwork
Students in kindergarten are introduced to the basics of art by experiencing many different materials. They are encouraged to experiment and try new ideas. Students learn about artists, how they use the elements of art in their work and how artists communicate through art. Kindergarteners are moving in art by playing games and practicing with whole body movements.
Kindergarten curriculum
Students in first grade add to the skills they have learned in kindergarten by using materials in a new and different way. Students learn more about how artists create art and generate ideas. Multicultural projects teach students about holidays from all over the world. They learn to write information about artists or facts about various holidays. Students learn to self assess and help each other analyze their work as well as others.
First grade curriculum
Students in second grade learn from a continuation of first grade. We look more closely at artists lives, compare and contrast works, identify art from different time periods, and learn about more cultural holidays and festivals. Second graders explore artist's lives and cultural traditions through writing. They also complete self assessments through writing and analyzing together and separately. we begin to try collaboration in art projects.
Second Grade Currilculum
Elementary Art Curriculum
ROY G BIV Color Mixing
and stamping
Andy Warhol Pop art
and staping
James Rizzi
Coo-coo birds with
Wassily Kandinsky
Concentric circles
with tempra
Our houses
with texture collage
Picasso faces
with basic shapes
Basic line insects
with primary colors
Paul Klee
cat and bird
with chalk
Japanese Kokeshi
dolls for girl's day
model magic
native american
Piet Mondrian
Laurel Burch
Cats with color groups
and basic lines
Indian Elephants
Festival collage
Wayne Thiebaud
icecream cones
painted paper collage
Gyotaku Fish
Claude Monet
frogs on a lilypad
Katchina doll
papier mache
Laurel Burch
Native American
Raven Masks
Mexican bark
painting landscape
The Scream
Snowman collage
Gustav Klimt
Tree of life
Egyptian sarcophagus
Japanese Lucky
Cat papier mache
Alexander Calder
Kinetic sculpture
Claude Monet
Magpie watercolor
Grandma Moses
Painted landscape
Edvard Munch
What makes you
Andy Warhol
Laurel Burch
cats with chalk
Tin rooster
Pablo Picasso
monster collage
Third Grade Curriculum
Third grade students learn about artists and cultural holidays with a continuation from second grade. They are asked to work more independently and also work with more technology. They often work in pairs or groups to discuss and collaborate while learning facts. They will do more writing, comparing, demonstrating, and analyzing their own and other's work.
Chinese new year
dragon puppet
Claude Monet
painting with mask
Mask with
tissue paper
Native American
Basket weaving
Day of the dead
Calavera oil crayon
John James Audubon
Observational drawing
Mona Lisa
Geogia O'Keeffe
Chalk flowers
Alexander Calder
Free form sculpture
Fourth Grade Curriculum
Fourth grade students are learning with a continuation of third grade. They are asked to use their visual skills to compare, analyze, synthesize, and dig deeper into how art relates to history, culture, and personal opinions. Students use even more technology to put their artwork on their personal portfolio. They are also asked to reflect on their work with artist statements. Students work together and in groups to understand and gather information about culture and art.
American Gothic
Katsushika Hokusai
watercolor koi
Roy Lichtenstein
Pop art names
String fine craft
M.C. Escher
radial symmetry
Keith Harring
Shoe sculpture
Day of the Dead
paper clay calavera
Fifth Grade Curriculum
Fifth grade students are asked to use artistic behavior and think more like artists. They are asked to use technology with ease and work together and separately to solve problems. They reflect and analyze their own, famous pieces, and classmate's artwork. They all keep an online portfolio where they take and upload images. Students write self assessments in the form of artist statements.
Self portraits
QR codes
at conferences
Put me in a
Hopper artwork
Basic animation
using DOINK
DAFT 2012
Best of Show
Pop art
self portrait
Papier mache
Henri Rousseau
Jungle sculpture
papier mache
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