No new lessons this week. Instead, if you have any late work to finish, get it completed and submitted by 5pm on Friday, June 12th. No assignments can be accepted after that time. If I don’t hear from you before… Continue Reading
Take a look outside. Go ahead, I’ll wait. Did you see any trees? Good. This week, we’ll be learning how to draw trees. Students in primary grades (K-2) will be combining their lines and shapes to create wonderful tree drawings.… Continue Reading
For this week’s lessons we’re drawing ferris wheels and even more houses – while trying to make them look three-dimensional. Students in primary (K-2) and elementary grades (3-5) will be an imaginary house, a cottage, or a 3D house. Students… Continue Reading
This week’s lessons have moved onto houses and roller-coasters. Know what makes houses and roller-coasters interesting? Lines, of course! Students in primary (K-2) and elementary grades (3-5) will be combining their lines and shapes to create beautiful houses. Students in… Continue Reading
This week’s lesson is still about shapes. Students in primary grades (K-2) will begin adding lines to their shapes. I wonder what you can draw using only line and shape? Students in third- through fifth-grade will practice drawing forms by… Continue Reading
This week’s topic is “Drawing Shapes (and Forms)”. After reviewing basic shapes, students in primary grades (K-2) will create a Google Drawing. Students in the elementary grades (3-5) will explore the circle and the square; the two shapes sound simple,… Continue Reading
This week’s topic is “Artists ❤ Lines”. We’ll discuss lines, what kinds of lines there are, what kind of lines can we see in a famous drawings by Pablo Picasso, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, or MC Escher. We’ll also practice… Continue Reading
Lessons for Art class will now be found in Google Classroom. The access codes for each grade-band are listed in the sidebar to the right. New lessons will be posted each Tuesday until the end of the academic year. Hooray!