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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.

       

    5th

     I can do an observational drawing.

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1) Choose an action figure, doll, statue, interesting toy that you wouldn't mind looking at for awhile.

    2) Turn OFF your imagination and do an observational drawing of the toy. Look for the shapes, draw lots of details.

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

     

    Materials: paper, drawing materials

    Work to be turned in: drawing

     

     

    4th

     I can do an observational drawing.

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1) Choose an action figure, doll, statue, interesting toy that you wouldn't mind looking at for awhile.

    2) Turn OFF your imagination and do an observational drawing of the toy. Look for the shapes, draw lots of details.

    3) Write your first and last name, and write 4H at the bottom so I know who made the art.

     

    Materials: paper, drawing materials

    Work to be turned in: drawing

     

     

    K

     I can draw a landscape (picture of outside)

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1) Look outside a window and choose an interesting spot to observe. 

    2) Draw a picture of the spot, adding lots of details and maybe clues of creatures that would live there. (Remember the book we read in class?)

    3) Write your first and last name, and write KB on the bottom so I know who made the art.

    4) Spend some more time looking outside and observe what's happening. Watch for birds, squirrels, blowing leaves, and other signs of nature.

     

    Materials: paper, drawing materials

    Work to be turned in: drawing

     

    2nd

     I can do an observational drawing.

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1) Choose an action figure, doll, statue, interesting toy that you wouldn't mind looking at for awhile.

    2) Turn OFF your imagination and do an observational drawing of the toy. Look for the shapes, draw lots of details.

    3) Write your first and last name, and write 2Con at the bottom so I know who made the art.

     

    Materials: paper, drawing materials

    Work to be turned in: drawing