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  • https://www.youtube.com/user/ArtforKidsHub

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmzjCPQv3y8

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  • Parents and Students:  Please use the User name Meadowbrookhillsdale and Password 50Piermont when logging in.

     

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  • Pre-K

    Log in to ABC Mouse 

    1.Find your (User) name

    2. Go to Classroom

    3. Go to ART

    4. Activities to do:  Circle painting, rectangle painting, and pain me a rainbow

     

    Week 2

    Have your child use any color paper (other than white) and hold it vertically or horizontally.

    Start from the bottom up using crayons or markers (brown or green) and draw lines. (See examples below)

    Pussy Willow Pussy Willow

    Use cotton balls (4- pulling apart and rolling).  Great for fine motor skills.  (You can use tissue or tissue paper if you do not have cotton balls)

    Use glue randomly (students know- just a dot, not a lot) and attach cotton balls to their artwork making a springtime project.

     

    Another fun activity...

    Shape Tracing Actiity Shape Tracing Activity Shape Tracing Activity Shape Tracing Activity

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  • Grade 4 - 

    Brain Pop - Georgia O'Keefe

    Go to Brain Pop site and watch the Georgia O'Keefe movie.

    Click on QUIZ and answer the questions.

    Daily Drawing Prompts

    Have some fun with this roll-a-scene page.

     

    Week 2

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tes76XJQG8NmZMvSsI4iJ71ft6cUDXVI/view?usp=sharing

     

    ** please go to google classroom.

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  • Grade 3 -

     https://www.brainpop.com/artsandmusic/artconcepts/drawing/

    Please go to Brain Pop Drawings and watch the movie.

    Answer the questions in the QUIZ.

     Daily Drawing Prompts

     

    Have some with this roll-a-scene page.  

    Week 2:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tes76XJQG8NmZMvSsI4iJ71ft6cUDXVI/view?usp=sharing

     

     

    ** please go to google classroom

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  • Grade 2

    https://www.brainpop.com/artsandmusic/artconcepts/architecture/ 

    Please go the above Brain Pop site and find ARCHITECTURE.

    Draw an imaingary house using pencil on white paper.

    Have fun and be creative!

    Imaginary Houses Examples 

     

    Have some fun playing the roll-a-face game

     

    Week 2:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tes76XJQG8NmZMvSsI4iJ71ft6cUDXVI/view?usp=sharing

     

    ** please go to google classroom

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  • Grade 1-

    Fill in the attached color wheel

    Color Scavenger Hunt

     

    Have fun trying this roll-a-face game.

     

    Week 2:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tes76XJQG8NmZMvSsI4iJ71ft6cUDXVI/view?usp=sharing

     

    Week 3:

     Draw a leopard or tiger

    Children will choose which animal they would like to draw.Using a 9x12 paper, holding it vertically draw with pencil.

    -draw a triangle on bottom of the paper.(this is the body)

    -draw another smaller triangle on top of the first one upside down.(this is the head)

    -2 small triangles will be drawn on top of the head for ears.

    -add a tail, to the bottom triangle, right or left side.

    -eyes can be added.

    -for the nose,I drew upside down #3 and close the top.( add whiskers)

    -Draw a letter U, for the mouth.

    -color using crayons

    -leopard=yellow and black with spots/ tiger=orange and black with triangles

    -more triangles can be colored and cut from another piece of paper, glue to create a jungle effect.

    See examples...

    tiger leopard

     

    Week 4

    Alphabet Art       inspired by Stuart Davis

    - Using a 9x12 white paper and pencil, paper can be held either way.

    -Draw a large letter with a pencil.It does not need to be centered or upright.

    - Add more letters to create new shapes.Use capital or lower case letters.Spell your name if you like or any letters.Letters can be repeated. Letters do have to touch one another.

    -Fill your paper with your letter designs.Then use a black marker or crayon to go over all pencil lines of the letters.

    -Add color using crayons,and not all letters have to be colored. 

    -See examples

    alphabet art

    pencil alphabet art

    Week: 5  Found object collage   ( Collage-a piece of art made from various objects)

    -Children will use a 9x12 paper and pencil.

    -Use between 10 to 12 objects and trace them on your paper.Objects that you find around your house.  (please ask permission)

    -Objects can overlap.(this means things can be traced over each other)

    -Use your crayons and color- everytime an object overlaps-you change color. (see example)collage collage

    Week: 6   ( April 27- May 1)

    Turtle Art

    -On a 9x12 white paper draw a circle - you can trace a plastic cereal bowl.( like I did- about 5-6 inches)

    -Next draw half circles or ovals for feet, a triangle will be the tail.

    -For the head you can draw a square with an oval on top-or trace a wooden spoon.

    -Now color your background use crayons or markers.

    -Now begin your turtle, a good color to use is green. Please choose any color, just use the same for the for the head,feet and tail.

    -Now have fun coloring in the shell. See examples

    .turtle turtle

    Week: 7

    Llama

    -Use a large paper plate or trace a plate approx. 9 inch, and cut this circle out.(if your tracing)

    -Now fold the paperplate in half, cut along the fold. You now have two pieces, on the straight side of one using a pencil draw another half circle. This will be the blanket, color using markers or crayons.

    *On the second half of the plate you will create a neck/head, 4 legs and a tail.

    -With the other half of the plate, draw a rectagle with an oval on top for his head.On the head don't forget to draw two small ovals or upside down U for ears.

    -On the remaining plate draw 4 rectangles for legs,round off one side for the feet. The rounded off side can be colored in as the feet.

    -Draw a medium to small oval for the tail.

    -Glue neck, legs and tail on the back of the plate.

    -Add one eye to the profile, mouth ,nose and last decorate the neck. See example.llama

    Week: 8     Dragonfly

    -Children will use a 9x12 white paper and pencil. Paper will be held vertically.

    -Draw a thin oval for the body,another oval for the tail, and a circle for the head. 

    -Draw two wings on each side attached to the body. See example.

    -Color using crayons. Add antennas to the head.

    -Choose the body or wings and add aluminun foil. This will give them an iridescent look that most males have.dragonfly dragonfly dragonfly

     

    Week : 9    Ladybug

    -Using a white 9x12 paper, held vertically.

    -Color using a green crayon to represent grass. The paper will be colored about 3/4 of the way in green.(approx.7 inches across) See example.

    -On the remaining white paper area, draw 4 ovals of different sizes. These will be your ladybugs. Ladybugs will be red and black. More than half of the ladybug is red, then add black for the head. Add a line down the middle and spots on her back.

    -Begin cutting out ladybugs, set aside. Now cut the green colored paper into triangle shapes, some tall and some short. Try to use all your paper.

    -On a second sheet of white paper begin gluing down the green strips, even overlapping some.

    -Glue your ladybugs, and your finished

    .ladybugs ladybug

    Week: 10

    Sailing sailboat

    - Children will use a paper plate (if you don't have a paper plate just trace a plate size circle).

    -Color half of the plate in yellow for the sky and half blue for water. The water can show waves, you might not want to color a straight line.

    -On a piece of paper draw a half oval (smaller than the plate), this will be your boat and color .

    -On the same paper draw two triangles, one smaller than the other.These will be your sails.

    -In the water area of the plate-half way down cut a wavy line. Do not go cut into the edges.

    -Use a pencil, popsicle stick or I used a skewer this is where you attach the boat. I used tape to adhear the triangles on one end of your stick. Also on the stick add the boat with tape on the back.

     -Now slide the stick into the cut of the plate and watch it sail. Have fun. See example.sailboat

    Week: 11

    Toucan

    -On a 9x12 paper holding it vertically, children will draw using a pencil.

    -In the middle of your paper draw a letter J with another J in front of it, a little space in between.

    -Connect the two letters on top with a rounded top for the head.

    -Add a beck, which is a side letter J. Add a letter C for the eye are near the beak.

    - Add a tail, which is like a W shape, Also a water drop shape for the wing on his back.

    -Add two legs, with feet which is similar as the tail shape ( a W).

    -Draw a line under his feet as a branch, and color using crayons.

    -See examplestoucan toucan

    Week:  12

    Patriotic Art    -On June 14 we will be celebrating Flag Day.It commemorates the adoptionof the flag to the U.S. on June 14, 1777, by the resolution of the Second Continentail Congress.

    -Children will use a white 9x12 paper,this can be held vertically or horizontal depending on their artwork.

    -An image /picture will be drawn in pencil.

    -Only using red and blue crayons, color will be added to their picture to resemble the American flag.

    -See examples.

    flower heart

    fish

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  • Kindergarten 

    Practice drawing shapes. Trace first and then draw independently.

    Shapes Practice Sheet

     

    Week 2

    Have your child use any color paper (other than white) and hold it vertically or horizontally.

    Start from the bottom up using crayons or markers (brown or green) and draw lines. (See examples below)

    Use cotton balls (4- pulling apart and rolling).  Great for fine motor skills.  (You can use tissue or tissue paper if you do not have cotton balls)

    Use glue randomly (students know- just a dot, not a lot) and attach cotton balls to their artwork making a springtime project.

    Pussy Willows Pussy Willows (marker)

     Another Fun Activity...

    Shape Tracing Activity Shape Tracing Activity Shape Tracing Activity Shape Tracing Activity

    fish Week: 3

     

    Draw a Pig

    Children will draw a pig, on white paper. Holding the paper vertically, draw a large circle.( this is the body)

    -draw a smaller circle inside the large one. ( this is th head)

    -triangles will be drawn on top of the head.

    -circles for the eyes.

    -oval for the nose, with circles inside the oval for nostrils.

    -draw 2 rectangles for legs ,add squares on the bottom of rectangles for feet.

    -add tail.  Color    See example :

    pig

    Week: 4

    Castle        Inspired by artist Paul Klee  "Castle and Sun" ( he used geometric shapes, this painting was considered abstract art)

    -Use a white paper 9x12, holding it vertical or horizontally.

    -Using crayons color stripes (approx.2x12) or squares (3x4) each area should have one color.

    -Then cut them out into shapes, triangles, rectangles, squares, circles and begin laying them out to create a castle.

    -Once in place glue them down, have fun!     See examples

    .castle castle

    castle

    Week: 5

    Hot air balloon               Inspired by watercolorist Lesley Oliver

    -Using a paper plate, small or large. Color the back side of the plate using markers or crayons.

    -Make patterns, lines, and shapes using lots of colors.( see example)

    -If you have blue construction paper or use crayons to color a white paper blue.

    -Holding your paper vertically glue the plate down, artwok side facing up.

    -On half a sheet of paper (approx.4x6) / color the paper yellow then brown lines ontop to create a large tic tac toe board.

    -Cut yellow and brown paper into a square, this will be your basket. Glue this square to the bottom of your paper.

    -Add two lines one on each side to connect the balloon to the basket.hot air balloon

    Week: 6   Umbrella          ( April 27 - May 1)

    -Using a white 9x12 paper, hold your paper vertically / up and down.

    -Using a pencil, draw a half circle. I traced a paper plate. It will look like a rainbow.

    -Next draw a wiggly line on the bottom side.

    -Then draw a line down the middle of the umbrella, and a line down each side. The side lines should start in the middle.

    -Draw a big letter J for the handle.

    -Using crayons color your umbrella, have fun. See example.

    -Color your background blue for the sky.

    - Ask mom or dad for a small piece of foil, you can cut or tear pieces. Glue these down for your raindrops.

    umbrella  umbrella

    Week: 7

    Maracas 

    - Please use a lunch size bag, have your child color the bag using lines and shapes. If you do not have a bag you can use a tiolet paper tube or two paper plates back to back (if your using plates once colored staple them together). If your using a toilet paper tube color a paper then cover and glue it to the tube.

    -In honor of Cinco de Mayo you can use the colors of the Mexican flag green, white and red. Just a thought.

    -Inside the bag you can use dry pasta or dry beans.

    -For the handle you can use a pencil, a skewer,or a wooden spoon. Gather the bag and tie with any kind of string.(yarn,ribbon,)maraca maraca complete

    Week :  8      Robots

    -Children will use a 9x12 white paper. using crayons color one color ,in strips or squares. This project is similar to the castle project. See example of colored paper.

    -Please use another sheet of white paper held vertically,this will be your background. Cut each color out of the colored sheet.

    Using geometric shapes ( circles, squares,rectangles and triangles) Create a robot.

    -Place the shapes down on paper for placement, then glue . White glue or glue stick will work. Have fun, see examples.colors for robot robot robot

    Week:  9

    Pattern Handprints

    -Using 9x12 white paper and pencil, place your hand on the paper and trace it. Trace a total of three or four hands, you might need a second sheet of paper.

    -All hands will be cut out, and colored. You can color first then cut also.

    -Color each hand with one color crayon and one pattern. See examples.

    -If you have a different color paper /or white, glue your hands in an interesting way.hands hands 2 hands 2

     

    Week : 10

    Rocking Snail

    -Children will use a 9x12 white paper (if possible a thicker sheet of paper) Fold it in half from top to bottom.

    -With paper folded in half draw a half circle, I used a plate to trace around. The middle of the plate should be on the fold.

    -Cut the half circle shape out, keeping it folded in half and color one side of it.

    -Now trace one more circle (I used a cereal bowl to trace). Color it in, one different color.

    -Glue small circle on the fold of the large circle, half will be off the paper.

    -Add eyes by drawing two small circles with rectangles attached to them. Color and glue to the back of the folded part of the snail.

    - Draw a smile under the eyes in front of the circle. On the back circle draw a spiral and add small lines. See example.snail

    Week:  11

    Icepops primary and secondary colors

    -Using two sheets of 9x12 paper, children can fold one sheet of paper in 3.

    -Draw a large U shape on one of the thirds and draw a straight line across the top of the U.

    -Cut the U shapes out, keeping the paper folded to create three exact popsicles.

    -Draw 2 lines on each popsicle to divide each popsicle into 3.

    -Each popsicle should have 2 primary colors one on top, and one on the bottom. The middle should be the secondary color it creates.

    -Glue them on to the second sheet of paper, holding your paper horizontally. If you have popsicle sticks glue them on, or you can draw a stick under each popsicle.

    -See example.popsicles

    Week:  12

    Patriotic Art      - On June 14 we will be celebrating Flag Day. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the U.S. on June 14, 1777, by resolution of

    the  Second Continental Congress.

    -Children will use a white 9x12 paper, this can be held vertically or horizontal depending on their artwork.

    -An image /picture will be drawn in pencil.

    -Only using red and blue crayons, color will be added to their picture to resemble the American flag.

    - See examples

    kk heart

    flower

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