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Granite School District Curriculum Map for
KINDERGARTEN VISUAL ARTS
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FEBRUARY 18TH: SHAPES, WASSILY KANDINSKY STYLE


Students will draw shapes with crayons and then wash with paints while listening to a track of classical music.
FEBRUARY 17TH:
ROLLER COASTERS.
COLOR FOR EVERYONE



CHINESE NEW YEAR 2014:
YEAR OF THE HORSE
MAKE LANTERNS

LEAF MEN
OCTOBER 15TH:
Book - "Leaf Man" by Lois Ehlert
Read by Jonah
On Youtube
Students will come with pressed leaves in their math books.
With their leaves, they will create a leaf man on black construction paper. Details will be added with other items from nature.
OCTOBER 14TH:
LINE: Harold and the Purple Crayon, sleeping lines, awake lines, falling lines - Storytelling

For Younger Students:
  1. Draw four straight lines from one edge of your paper to the other.
  2. Draw five circles anywhere on your paper.
  3. Draw one curved line that starts at one edge of your paper and ends up somewhere in the middle of your paper.
  4. Color in two of the circles -- any color you like.
  5. Fill in three areas of your paper however you like (completely colored in, lines, squiggles etc.)
SEPTEMBER 23RD:

Primary & secondary colors: Part 1
Students will mix primary colors to make secondary colors

SEPTEMBER 24TH:

Mouse Paint: Part 2, pages 3&4 of Kindergarten Art document
Students will add detail to their mice with black paint.
AND...
Science Education: Kindergarten Science Activities About Color - Marker and Water Butterflies
Talk to the students about how color is a a part of the science of the world. Give each student a white coffee filter and a set of red, yellow, and blue markers. Have them color the coffee filter anyway they would like, but ask them to keep the colors separate. Once the filter is colored (it doesn't have to be completely colored in) give them spray bottles of water or eye droppers and small cups of water. Have them spray or drop water on the filter and watch the colors run together and mix into purple, orange, and green. Once the filers are dry, gather each student's filter down the center and secure with a clothespin in the middle. Fan out the filter on either side of the clothespin to make butterfly wings. Talks with the students about the colors in nature and how colors are a part of the science of the world.science
SELF PORTRAITS
HOMES
SEPTEMBER 4TH:
TEXTURE: Chalk rubbings:
What is texture?

What is a chalk rubbing?

SEPTEMBER 3RD:
Self Portraits - large scale
What is a self portrait?
Identify basic shapes (circle, oval, triangle, square, rectangle)
Large black markers with chalk rubbings
Students standing using whole back and large arm movements
FAMILY/LINE, Harold &the Purple Crayon
Where We Live. Students will draw where they live on color paper and cut it out
To be displayed under self portraits
Skill: cutting with scissors, telling a story
CLAY
OCTOBER 28TH:
OCTOBER 29TH:
PATTERNING

Stamp wrapping paper
DECEMBER 16TH:
Stamp wrapping paper
DECEMBER 17TH:
WINTER ANIMALS
JANUARY 13TH:
JANUARY 14TH:
JANUARY 21ST:
JANUARY 22ND:
SHAPES
FEBRUARY 10TH:
FEBRUARY 11TH:
FEBRUARY 18TH:
FEBRUARY 19TH:
PRIMARY/SECONDARY COLOR MIXING
MARCH 24TH:
MARCH 25TH:
FLAGS
MAY 27TH:
MAY 28TH: