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Thursday, October 12, 2017


*Art at NSE with Mrs. Zink*

Below is my weekly schedule so you can see which rotation day your child has art class. Each week I will give an overview of what students will be learning and creating in art class. I will also include relevant images, information, and links to additional resources. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns!!





Day 1 and 6
Day 2 and 7
Day 3 and 8
Day 4 and 9
Day 5 and 10
1st Cooper
4th Leibig
1st Schuster
2nd Wiscount
1stBridy
4th Herring
2nd Leibensperger
4th Staudenmeier
6th Ney
2nd Corinchock
5th S. Houser
6th Ackell
6th Hysock
6th Grade Art Club
5th Grade Art Club
Kdg. Frushon
5th Wolfe
Kdg. Borden/Jones
3rd Lynch
5th Fey
3rd Selgrade
Kdg. Smith
3rd McCabe

Kdg. Potts





Thurs. 10/12/17-Wed. 10/18/17
(Day 1-5)


Kindergarten


The students will review the Primary Colors. The students will be given the project requirements and then follow along to trace shapes and outline with Sharpie. They will then use crayons to color in using the primary colors. Where the shapes overlap they will mix the colors to make the secondary colors.





1st Grade



The students will review Abstract and Realistic Art. The students will learn about Analogous Colors and complete worksheet.




2nd Grade



The students will review information on Egyptian Art. The students will complete Egyptian Art Worksheet.  The students will be given demonstration on how to create project.







3rd Grade



The students will review information on artist and illustrator Eric Carle. They will use paint and a variety of tools to create textures on the animal they drew last week.







4th Grade

The students will finish coloring in their landscapes. The students will then be introduced to relief sculpture, view various examples, and brainstorm ideas.





5th Grade
The students will review information on value, shading forms, composition, and space in a still life. The students will apply value to their still life and also add in unique details to individualize their project.







6th Grade



They will finish, mount, and sign their Zentangle project. Any students who finish will work on Adjective worksheet. Once all Zentangles are complete, the class will learn about various types of lettering, including Art Nouveau and Art Deco. They will finish worksheets.



Tuesday, October 3, 2017


*Art at NSE with Mrs. Zink*

Below is my weekly schedule so you can see which rotation day your child has art class. Each week I will give an overview of what students will be learning and creating in art class. I will also include relevant images, information, and links to additional resources. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns!!





Day 1 and 6
Day 2 and 7
Day 3 and 8
Day 4 and 9
Day 5 and 10
1st Cooper
4th Leibig
1st Schuster
2nd Wiscount
1stBridy
4th Herring
2nd Leibensperger
4th Staudenmeier
6th Ney
2nd Corinchock
5th S. Houser
6th Ackell
6th Hysock
3rd Lynch
5th Fey
Kdg. Frushon
5th Wolfe
Kdg. Borden/Jones

Kdg. Potts
3rd Selgrade
Kdg. Smith
3rd McCabe







Wed. 10/4/17-Wed. 10/11/17
(Day 6-10)
In-Service Day Mon. 10/9


Kindergarten


The students will review the Primary Colors. They will follow along to finish worksheet. The students will be given the project requirements and then follow along to trace shapes and outline with Sharpie. They will then use crayons to color in using the primary colors. Where the shapes overlap they will mix the colors to make the secondary colors.






1st Grade



The students will then begin discussion on Abstract and Realistic Art. They will view examples and be able to determine if an artwork is realistic or abstract. The students will complete realistic and abstract drawing.





2nd Grade



The students will be given introduction to Egyptian Art and view examples. The students will discuss similarities and differences between the two cultures learned about so far. The students will complete Egyptian Art Worksheet.  







3rd Grade



The students will review information on artist and illustrator Eric Carle. The students will sketch animals and trace their best onto paper. They will then determine the types of textures they will need for their chosen animal. They will use paint and a variety of tools to create textures.







4th Grade

The students will review the project requirements. They will review colored pencil techniques and finish coloring in their landscapes. If the whole class finishes, the students will be introduced to relief sculpture and view various examples.  




5th Grade
The students will review information on value, shading forms, composition, and space in a still life. The students will practice compositions on their white boards and then trace onto paper their most successful one and begin shading.




6th Grade



They will finish, mount, and sign their Zentangle project. Any students who finish will work on Adjective worksheet.



Tuesday, September 26, 2017


*Art at NSE with Mrs. Zink*

Below is my weekly schedule so you can see which rotation day your child has art class. Each week I will give an overview of what students will be learning and creating in art class. I will also include relevant images, information, and links to additional resources. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns!!





Day 1 and 6
Day 2 and 7
Day 3 and 8
Day 4 and 9
Day 5 and 10
1st Cooper
4th Leibig
1st Schuster
2nd Wiscount
1stBridy
4th Herring
2nd Leibensperger
4th Staudenmeier
6th Ney
2nd Corinchock
5th S. Houser
6th Ackell
6th Hysock
3rd Lynch
5th Fey
Kdg. Frushon
5th Wolfe
Kdg. Borden/Jones
**6th Grade Art Club** 
Kdg. Potts
3rd Selgrade
Kdg. Smith
3rd McCabe







Wed. 9/27/17-Tues 10/3/17
(Day 1-5)

**6th Grade Art Club begins Monday October 2nd from 12:50-1:20. 



Kindergarten


The students will be introduced to the Primary Colors. They will follow along to complete worksheet.








1st Grade

The students will review the project requirements. The students will finish coloring in their shapes and hand in project.



The students will then begin discussion on Abstract and Realistic Art. They will view examples and be able to determine if an artwork is realistic or abstract. If there is time they will practice realistic and abstract drawings on the white boards.

Abstract Art



2nd Grade



The students will finish coloring in their drawings using earth-tone colors only. They will then use watercolors to paint in the background. If there is time, the students will be given introduction to Egyptian Art and view examples. The students will discuss similarities and differences between the two cultures learned about so far.



Resources:
Informative Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnSq0c7jM-A
Virtual Tour:
https://vimeo.com/40849516






3rd Grade



The students will review information on artist and illustrator Eric Carle. The students will sketch animals and trace their best onto paper. They will then determine the types of textures they will need for their chosen animal. They will use paint and a variety of tools to create textures.







4th Grade

The students will review information on landscapes and the project requirements. The students will add in details to make their project unique. They will then learn colored pencil techniques to help their landscape appear more realistic. They will outline and color their landscapes.




5th Grade
The students will review information on value and shading forms. The students will learn about composition and different techniques to create successful still life compositions. The students will practice compositions on their white boards and then trace onto paper their most successful one.




6th Grade



The students will review the Zentangle project requirements. They will finish adding lines and patterns to their design.  They will mount and sign their project.



Tuesday, September 19, 2017


*Art at NSE with Mrs. Zink*

Below is my weekly schedule so you can see which rotation day your child has art class. Each week I will give an overview of what students will be learning and creating in art class. I will also include relevant images, information, and links to additional resources. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns!!





Day 1 and 6
Day 2 and 7
Day 3 and 8
Day 4 and 9
Day 5 and 10
1st Cooper
4th Leibig
1st Schuster
2nd Wiscount
1stBridy
4th Herring
2nd Leibensperger
4th Staudenmeier
6th Ney
2nd Corinchock
5th S. Houser
6th Ackell
6th Hysock
3rd Lynch
5th Fey
Kdg. Frushon
5th Wolfe
Kdg. Borden/Jones

Kdg. Potts
3rd Selgrade
Kdg. Smith
3rd McCabe







Wed. 9/20/17-Tues 9/26/17
(Day 6-10)


Kindergarten


The students will review lines, shapes, and colors. They will complete project by following specific directions using lines, shapes, and colors.




1st Grade

The students will review the project requirements. The students will finish adding in lines to their background, then trace shapes on top. They will then use crayons to neatly color in the shapes.


2nd Grade



The students will review information on the Caves at Lascaux and the project requirements. The students will continue adding animals and symbols to their paper.  The students will color in using earth-tone colors only. They will then use watercolors to paint in the background.



Resources:
Informative Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnSq0c7jM-A
Virtual Tour:
https://vimeo.com/40849516





3rd Grade



The students will review information on Texture. The students will learn about the artist and illustrator Eric Carle. They will examine his work and techniques and how he achieves texture in his pictures. The students will begin sketching animals.







4th Grade

The students will review information on landscapes and the project requirements. The students will add in details to make their project unique. They will then learn colored pencil techniques to help their landscape appear more realistic. They will outline and color their landscapes.




5th Grade
The students will review information on value and shading forms. The students will finish value worksheet. The students will learn about composition and different techniques to create successful still life compositions.




6th Grade



The students will review the Zentangle project requirements. They will continue adding lines and patterns to their design.