Ms. Suloff's Art Class

Notes For Parents

 PARENTS- Please contact me if you are interested in voluteering to help with your students art class. 

 

 

Goals for the Year

Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade:

1. Building fine motor skills by reviewing and mastering the use of art materials and tools.

2. Introducing and utilizing the Elements of Art. Why are the Elements of Art important, and how do we use them when creating art work?

3. Integrating other content areas into visual art to help students make the connection between art and what they are learning in their classroom, and to reinforce ELA, math, science, and social studies skills through art.

Third Grade:

1. Introducing and utilizing the Elements of Art. Why are the Elements of Art important, and how do we use them when creating art work?

2. Understanding the different parts of a lanscape and focusing on art vocabulary used when describing a landscape. Third grade students will be taking the state test for visual art, which focuses on landscapes and art vocabulary.

3.  Integrating other content areas into visual art to help students make the connection between art and what they are learning in their classroom, and to reinforce ELA, math, science, and social studies skills through art.

4. Introducing art history to ensure that students are able to make connections between visual art and history/culture.

Fourth and Fifth Grade:

1. Introducing and utilizing the Elements of Art. Why are the Elements of Art important, and how do we use them when creating art work?

2. Introducing and utilizing the Principles of Design. How are the elements of art used when creating art work? How do they contribute to the success and aesthetic pleasure of a work of art?

3.  Integrating other content areas into visual art to help students make the connection between art and what they are learning in their classroom, and to reinforce ELA, math, science, and social studies skills through art.

4. Reinforcing art history to ensure that students are able to make connections between visual art and history/culture.

 

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