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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. Participate in your own art-making along with your students
  5. Help specialist when asked


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Week of April 8th:
Make cat masks for Art Night performance

WEEK OF MARCH 4TH:
Students will explore the power of color, line and shape when portraying the
different emotions of a fish. The book "HAPPY" will be shared. Each student will receive a basic blackline of each of the fish in "HAPPY" and use color, line, shapes to portray the emotion.
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WEEK OF FEBRUARY 1ST and 8th:
Chinese New Year: Year of the Snake
Snake kites

TRIBAL MASKS

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 12TH:

"I can draw a turkey" Students will use colored crepe papers for pigment transfer for color.
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THANKSGIVING COLORING GAME - INTERACTIVE

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 5TH:

How to draw faces and contour lines using pumpkin models. Oil Pastel and tempera resist
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WEEK OF OCTOBER 29TH: THROWING SCHEDULE & POTTERY WITH 1ST GRADERS ON MONDAY.
WEEK OF OCTOBER 22ND:
Leaf Rubbings or
RED RIBBON WEEK!
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TWO SUGGESTED LESSONS:
  1. Trace hands on red paper, draw pictures of the things that make the students happy and give them "feel good" moments on the hands. Cut them out and tie a ribbon around a finger as a reminder of making that moment happen.
  2. Sitting in a circle, give each student a piece of red ribbon long enough to be tied around their neck for a necklace. Place a container of pony beads in the center of the circle or give each student their own cup of beads. Each time someone suggests something to do that is fun, healthy and makes them happy a bead is added to the ribbon.
WEEK OF OCTOBER 1ST and 8th: Celebrate Eric Carle
Official Eric Carle Web Site How he makes his tissue paper
CONTENT OBJECTIVES:
  • Use color washes on tissue paper and layer them with other lines, colors and patterns
LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES:
  • Use words to describe lines, shapes, patterns and markmaking
THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR

WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 1OTH and 17th:
Self Portrait Fast Sketch w/marker and colored chalk rubbings.
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 17TH:
Texture
Students will create a chalk rubbing of a surface texture design.
After playing a paper sack guessing game of different textures, students will choose 4 different textures to glue to their rubbings.
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CONTENT OBJECTIVES:
  • Explore a variety of textures and descriptive words for those textures
  • Use a chalk rubbing technique to create a FROTTAGE
  • Learn that texture is an element of art
LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES:
  • Use sense of sight and touch to describe different textures