Kindergarten Q2Wk 14-19

TeacherLinda Brush
Subject AreaElementary Art
Grade LevelK
Week #14-19
Unit of InstructionMister Seahorse
Standard(s) Taught
 I can create art and share it with others.  VA.K.C.1.1
I can make art to show ideas in math, science, reading, and social studies.  VA.K.H.3.1
I can experiment with different kinds of art because it makes me happy and helps me become a better artist.  VA.K.F.1.1 
I can tell the difference between the real and imaginary things I see in artwork.  VA.K.F.1.
I can explore where things go in my art.  VA.K.O.1.1 
I can come up with ideas and make pictures based on my memory, imagination, and experiences.  VA.K.O.2.1
I can explore different ways to make art.  VA.K.S.1.1
I can use my own ideas to decide how I want to create my art.  VA.K.S.1.2 
I can improve my craft skills by practicing.  VA.K.S.3.2
I can use art tools and materials safely in art class.  VA.K.S.3.3



Learning Targets and Learning Criteria
• Today I will learn about LINE, PATTERN, and TEXTURE, so that I CAN create PAINTED PAPER using tempera paint, scraping tools, forks, sponges, swirls, dots, and even splatters of paint!
• Today I will learn about CONTRAST, so that I CAN select paint colors for my background that will make sure my seahorse stands out.
• Today I will learn about MIXED MEDIA, so that I CAN trace and cut my seahorse to a painted background. I will also add decorative details such as “googly” eyes, glitter, and sequins to have a mixture of materials to add visual interest.
Classroom Activities

We will watcha read aloud of the book, “Mister Seahorse” by Eric Carle. Read the book and I will point out all the wonderful illustrations and  ask the children what colors they see in
the seahorse and if they are real or imaginary. Students will then create their own painted paper using tempera paint, contrasting colors and different tools to add interest. Next student will paint their background waves with watercolor paint. Students will choose a seahorse template and add on details of their choosing to their seahorse using collage techniques. After decorating their seahorse they will create his habitat by adding seaweed, schools of fish, shells,
starfish, etc. Upon completion, students will upload and title their artwork on Artsonia.

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