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WOODROW WILSON TEACHERS' CURRICULUM MAP FOR INTEGRATION:
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
Friendship
Communities
Geography
Biomes
Animals &
Habitats
Native
Americans
Linear
Measure
Commmunity
Environments
Force & Motion
Simple Machines
Geometry
Earth
Moon
Sun
Light, heat &
Energy
Friction
Things in
Motion
Measurement
and Data
Sun & Earth
& heat
Storytelling
Classroom
community

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Below are the suggested target understandings and skills for third grade visual arts:
  • Making Art and Expressing Meaning in Art - Create cast shadows that fall opposite the source of light. Sculpt an object so all of its sides create a good view. Create symbols to represent students or their interests Use size relationships to show depth.
  • Appreciating and Decoding Meaning in Art - Cover the surface of the paper from edge to edge to make a complete scene. Create art using complimentary colors. Discuss why and how artists used emphasis
  • VISUAL ARTS CORE - 3RD GRADE

GUIDEBOOK THIRD GRADE

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SIDE by SIDE TEACHER (or SUBSTITUTE) RESPONSIBILITY:
  1. Be Present and involved in teaching art lesson - pitching in when appropriate
  2. Use BEST classroom management practices
  3. Sit within close proximity of students during demonstrations
  4. Make all possible connections with ART lesson and your CURRICULUM
  5. Participate in your own art-making along with your students
  6. Help specialist when asked - the art room is a paper-grading-free zone!

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 1ST & 8TH: Glazing vs. Painting
WEEK OF OCTOBER 4TH: Animals & Habitat - clay backdrops with animals in front.
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 13TH & 20th: Finish up SHAPE project. I'm thinking we need to do the droppers if that is where everyone is. While drying, we will start form and value project and begin outlining organic shapes. Brainstorm real world objects of each of the basic FORMS.
WEEK OF AUGUST 30TH: Students will complete invsiline design of living and non-living things. Introduce geometric and organic shapes and add to Elements of Art Chart. Begin project tracing geometric shapes and coloring them with watercolor markers. Next week droppers of water will be used to create organic shapes to be outlined in black ink.
WEEK OF AUGUST 16TH & 23rd: Create an "Elements of Art" chart. Focus on line while creating an invisiline picture of a non-living thing or a living thing.
WEEK OF AUGUST 2ND: Make portfolios
WEEK OF AUGUST 9TH: Bring portfolios
  • Art procedures and techniques
  • Self Portraits - free sketch and chalk rubbings