Specials

Specials (Art, P.E. and Music) Packet 1.pdf 

Art

Week 1 of the Elements of Art: Line

Motivate Your Art Brain Monday

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/18bcb5f9-318a-4c51-9831-3c70051dc536/elements-of-art-line/#.XoyXy3dFzIU

Activity:  Draw a Self-Portrait using only lines.  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the Element of Art known as line to at least one person.

YouTube Tuesday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Es1QYp7XVW4

Activity: Create a drawing using any of the new types of lines you learned about in the video.  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the different types of lines to at least one person.

Read It to Me Wednesday

Ish by Peter H. Reynolds

https://vimeo.com/322065527

Activity:  Create a line-“ish” drawing.  Tell at least one person what the story “Ish” is about and explain your drawing.

That’s How That is Made Thursday

Pencils: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PT6aEFE7dCE

Crayons:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmiRjmbnn8Q

Activity:  Use a pencil and some crayons to create a line drawing.  Notice how each drawing tool can make different types of line quality.  Tell a friend how crayons and pencils can make different types and qualities of line.

Field Trip Friday

We are going to visit the studio of Jessica Hische and she will explain how she creates “lettering” with line.

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/4de46e0b-4deb-4590-a71f-722242df898d/lettering-artistry-with-jessica-hische-art-school/

Activity: Can you use lines to create words and letters as Art?  How could you create a piece of Art using your name?  Create a drawing using the advice our guest artist, Jessica Hische?  How does she change her artwork using technology?  How about you find a friend and describe how she creates her artwork?

Week 2 of the Elements of Art:  Shape

Motivate Your Art Brain Monday

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/0e7ccae9-07f6-4506-adc3-e92120f74be3/elements-of-art-shape/

Activity:  Draw a Still Life using only shapes.  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the Element of Art known as shape to at least one person.

YouTube Tuesday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWLsams9Ldk

Activity: Create a drawing using any of the new types of shapes you learned about in the video.  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the different types of shapes to at least one person.

Read It to Me Wednesday

“A Line Bends…A Shape Beings” by Rhonda Gowler Greene

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NopbKaCx-C0

Activity:  Create a drawing where a line bends and a shape begins.  Tell at least one person what this story is about and explain your drawing.  Explain how a shape is different than a line.

That’s How That is Made Thursday

Erasers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRrWZVtibXw

Activity:  Do you have an eraser on the back of your pencil or an eraser in your pencil box?  Tell a friend how erasers are made.  How often do you use an eraser?

Field Trip Friday

We are going to visit the studio of Apex and he will explain how he uses line and shape to create his street art murals.

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/3c28f614-8cdb-4e96-a7ea-9fb5c9854c87/apexer-on-street-art-murals/

Activity: Can you add to letters to create letters that are shapes?  Could you create a piece of Art using your name?  Create a drawing using the advice our guest artist, Apex?  How does he transform his drawings of letters and shapes into murals?  How about you find a friend and describe how Apex creates his artwork?

Week 3 of the Elements of Art:  Color

Motivate Your Art Brain Monday

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/06ec86f8-58a8-4906-8e2e-faa31102c6dd/elements-of-art-color-kqed-art-school

Activity:  Be like the Color Field Painters and create a piece of Art using only color.  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the Element of Art known as color to at least one person using some of the color vocabulary learned from the video.

YouTube Tuesday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQZ85_8q8iw

Activity: Create a piece of art using any of the information you learned about color in the video.  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the different colors in you piece of art to at least one person.

Read It to Me Wednesday

“The Day the Crayons Quit” by Drew Daywalt

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZttMDho5HMw

Activity:  Create a piece of artwork and a story about what you think one of your favorite crayons.  What would it say?  Would it be happy or sad?  Would it go on an adventure? Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used color and your story to at least one person. 

That’s How That is Made Thursday

Paint:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmiRjmbnn8Q

Activity:  Tell a friend how what you learned from the video about how paint is made.  If you have any type of paint at home, create a painting of your favorite part of the paint making process.

Field Trip Friday

We are going to visit Kristen Farr in this Field Trip Friday Video while she is painting a hecksagon on a wall.  Notice how she uses line, shape and color to create the hecksagon.

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/3dfe051f-0281-44af-a354-f5f4185a92d4/neo-folk-art-with-kristin-farr/

Activity:  Can you create a hecksagon using the advice our guest artist, Kristin Farr?  How about you find a friend and describe how she creates her artwork?

 Week 4 of the Elements of Art:  Texture

Motivate Your Art Brain Monday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoOb3JSDAUo

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/sesame-josh-gad-texture/josh-gad-texture-sesame-street/

Activity:  Draw a piece of Art using implied texture (only visual) or create a sculpture using actual texture (texture that you can feel).  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the Element of Art known as texture to at least one person.

YouTube Tuesday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgjNbDyIfsQ

Activity: Create a drawing using any of the types of textures you learned about in the video.  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the different types of texture to at least one person.

Read It to Me Wednesday

“Tails” by Matthew Van Fleet

https://vimeo.com/322065527

Activity:  Create drawing using the textures in Matthew Van Fleet’s “Tails”.  Tell at least one person a tale about your “tail” texture piece of Art.

That’s How That is Made Thursday

Paintbrushes:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziREmNZ6NMY

Activity:  Do you have any paint brushes at your house?  How do the bristles feel?  If you don’t have a paintbrush, how do you think the bristles feel?  Tell a friend how paintbrushes are made?

Field Trip Friday

We are going to visit the studio of Arlene Shechet’s studio to learn about clay and texture.

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/d699067a-e18a-4f5a-944a-69bc71bfd5cb/working-with-clay-art-in-the-21st-century-secrets/

Activity: After visiting Arlene’s studio, what did you learn about the texture of clay?  Is it hard or soft?  Does clay change in texture during the process?  Tell a friend what you learned about working with clay.

Week 5 Element of Art:  Form

Motivate Your Art Brain Monday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DIPs3T2dQk

Activity:  Draw a piece of Art using implied form (only visual) or create a sculpture using actual form (objects or forms that take up actual space).  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the Element of Art known as form to at least one person.

YouTube Tuesday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tw4ofQ6Lt3o

Activity: Create a piece of Art using any of the new types of forms you learned about in the video.  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the different types of forms to at least one person.

Read It to Me Wednesday

“Dreaming Up” by Christy Hale

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvVILpzYfs0

Activity:  Create a drawing based upon the what you heard and saw in the book “Dreaming Up” or use found objects around your house to build with forms.  Tell at least one person what the story “Dreaming Up” is about and explain your drawing or sculpture.

That’s How That is Made Thursday

Legos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrzKih5rqD0

Activity:  Do you have Legos?  If you do, build a form with them.  If you don’t, create a piece of Art of what you would build with Legos.  Tell a friend how Legos are made.

Field Trip Friday

We are going to visit the studio of P.J. Catalano at LEGOLAND California’s model shop and he will explain how he creates Lego sculptures. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXUyO0f98pw

Activity:    How does P.J. use form to create sculptures for LEGOLAND California?  How about you find a friend and describe how P.J. uses form to create his artwork?  How long does it take to create a Lego sculpture for the park?  Does P.J. use technology to help create the sculptures?

Week 6 Element of Art:  Value

Motivate Your Art Brain Monday

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/375b83e7-0247-496d-99a7-52c31c8c888b/elements-of-art-value-kqed-art-school/

Activity:  Create a piece of Art using a value scale of any color.  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the Element of Art known as value to at least one person.

YouTube Tuesday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnynI7xUKRo&list=RDCMUCKXsR_4aXwnbDSXroVH0WfQ&start_radio=1&t=56

Activity: Now that you have watched a video about using one color of watercolor paint, you know how the artist in the video uses a value scale to create the painting.  Do you have an art supply at home where you can use value, or the tints and shades of a color?  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used value in your artwork to at least one person.  Also, at the end of the video, the artist says to share your work on Instagram and tag her in the post.  Please use good digital citizenship when on the internet and not share ANY personal information.  Save your artwork and show others immediately around you and not on the internet or social media at this time. 

Read It to Me Wednesday

“Monsters Love Colors” by Mike Austin

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfXAIW2tXu8

Activity:  Did you see any examples of value, or the tints or shades of a color, in the illustrations of the book?  Create your own monster drawing using a single color and the lightness and darkness of that color.  Tell at least one person what the story “Monsters Love Colors” is about and explain how you used value in your drawing.

That’s How That is Made Thursday

Watercolors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dGZEtZ0yuY&t=116s

Activity:  Do you have watercolor paint at your house?  If you do, or if you have only used watercolors at school?  Think about how the watercolors being made in the video is different than the ones you have used.  Think about how watercolor paint is different than any other type of paint you have used like acrylic or tempera paint.  Tell a friend how watercolors are made, how they may look different and how you have used watercolor in the past.

Field Trip Friday

We are going to visit the studio of Chuck Close and he will explain how his things in his life have affected the way he creates his artwork.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5zXOSWRzwE

Activity: Can you see how the painter Chuck Close uses the Element of Art of value in his artwork?  How about you find a friend and describe how Chuck Close creates his artwork and how his life has changed the way he works?

Week 7 Element of Art is Space

Week 7 of the Elements of Art: Space

Motivate Your Art Brain Monday

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/c4c91876-2651-4a25-835f-29a56cd88e68/elements-of-art-space-kqed-art-school/

Activity:  Create a piece of Art using implied space (only visual positive and negative space) or create a sculpture using actual space (actual positive and negative space).  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used the Element of Art known as space to at least one person.

YouTube Tuesday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLGwbVonfA4

Activity: Create a piece of Art using positive and negative space.  Use any art supplies you have at home with permission from your parents.  Explain how you used positive and negative space to at least one person.

Read It to Me Wednesday

“When I Build with Blocks” by Niki Alling

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUEKcOf8KE8

Activity:  Create a drawing with positive and negative space from “When I Build with Blocks”.  Tell at least one person what the story and your drawing is about and explain how you used positive and negative space.

That’s How That is Made Thursday

A Clay Pot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=39&v=2yB7ODE30Fc&feature=emb_logo

Activity:  Tell a friend how positive and negative space is used to “throw” or “create” a clay pot.  How did the clay pot change from the beginning to the final form?  Is it empty or full inside?  Is that positive or negative space?  Tell a friend about what you learned from the video.

Field Trip Friday

We are going to visit the studio of Jeffery Zachmann and he will explain how he creates Kinetic Sculptures.  Look for positive and negative space as you watch the video.

https://wv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/df9ca929-cdac-46cf-b070-3718ab0e34bf/jeffrey-zachmann-kinetic-sculptor/

Activity: How does Jeffery Zachmann use metal to create positive and negative space?  How about you find a friend and describe how he creates his artwork? 

 

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