Clay Coins

For many kindergarteners, this will be their first experience working with clay and glazes.  We will focus on the characteristics of clay and glaze, how they change in the kiln and how we have control over some of the changes that happen as we manipulate the clay to create a clay coin.

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Build Your Sketchbook

Our first task of the school year is to build our very own sketchbooks.  We will learn how to use a sketchbook, and examine the sketchbooks of other famous artists.  We will keep our sketchbooks in the Art Room to use throughout the year.

Shape Transformations

Artists can use lines to create shapes. Artists can also use lines, shapes, and colors to create imaginative works of art. The kindergarteners will use lines to create imaginative shapes that they will transform into the ideas that emerge from their imaginations. 

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Drawing My World

Artists use the world around them as inspiration for their artwork.  An artist can communicate what life was like in specific time and place through the images they create.  The Kindergarteners will create pictures that are inspired by their lives to understand the differences and similarities they have with others.

Henri Matisse Inspired Collage 

The students will create Abstract Collage Compositions inspired by the artist Henri Matisse.  We will practice our cutting and gluing skills to create an artwork that is different that the usual painting or drawing. We will make artistic choices using the Elements of Art to create a visually impressive artwork.

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Grooved Ware Pottery

The earliest man made objects were functional items. Early artists use the materials from the world around them to create art objects that people could use. When artist create functional objects like pottery they still have the opportunity to add decorative elements to make the objects more beautiful.

Story Book Sequel

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