e-Learning

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    Art

    Alternative Assignment for All: 

    (Perfect for families with multiple siblings with art on the same day or the ability to watch YouTube videos on the tv)

    Steps of the lesson:follow 2+ how to draw videos from Art for Kids   

    Materials: paper, drawing materials

    Work to be turned in: color drawings 

    Warning: Thre are over 1,300 videos on the youTube channel. They have everything from super simple tutorials to draw a candy bar to complicated superhero drawings. It's kind of hard to stop! This site is run by an artist and his family - he is often drawing with is son and encouraging him. It's nice.

       

    6th

    (Since I recieved nothing from last week's e-learning assignment, let's try this again.)

     I can make a coat of arms like medieval families.

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1) Read up on what a coat of arms is. 

    2) Make a coat of arms with 3-4 sections. In each section, draw a symbol that represents something about you. 

    3) Write your first and last name, and write 6R at the bottom so I know who made the art.

     

    Materials: paper, drawing materials

    Work to be turned in: drawing

     

      

    3rd

     I can use visual clues for communication.

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1) Draw a picture of yourself. 

    2)Think about what clues illustrators use to tell us about characters in a story. Add visual clues to communicate that you are a prince/princess by adding details to your self-portrait. 

     

    5) Write your first and last name, and write 1Bu at the bottom so I know who made the art.

     

    Materials: paper, drawing materials

    Work to be turned in: drawing

     

     

    1st

     I can use visual clues for communication.

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1) Draw a picture of yourself. 

    2)Think about what clues illustrators use to tell us about characters in a story. Add visual clues to communicate that you are a prince/princess by adding details to your self-portrait. 

     

    5) Write your first and last name, and write 1Bu at the bottom so I know who made the art.

     

    Materials: paper, drawing materials

    Work to be turned in: drawing

     

    2nd

     I can use visual clues for communication.

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1) Draw a picture of yourself. 

    2)Think about what clues illustrators use to tell us about characters in a story. Add visual clues to communicate that you are a prince/princess by adding details to your self-portrait. 

     

    5) Write your first and last name, and write 1Bu at the bottom so I know who made the art.

     

    Materials: paper, drawing materials

    Work to be turned in: drawing