*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!!

-Mrs. Zink
mzink@northschuylkill.net



Day 1 and 6

Day 2 and 7

Day 3 and 8

Day 4 and 9

Day 5 and 10

1st Cooper

4th McCabe

1st Schuster

2nd Wiscount

1stBridy

4th Herring

2nd Leibensperger

4th Staudenmeier

6th Ney

2nd Moyer

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. Swartz

3rd McCabe

Kdg. Potts


Thursday, February 7, 2019

Friday 2/8 (Day 6)-Monday 2/18 (Day 10)


Kindergarten
 Warm and Cool Hearts

 The students will learn about the warm and cool colors. They will complete packet where they find the warm and cool colors on the color wheel. The students will use heart tracers to make a creative design on their paper and then use warm colors to color in.
In the following class the students will review painting techniques and then use cool colors to watercolor the background of their paper. 






1st Grade

Patterns in the style of Klimt

The students will be introduced to patterns and how to create unique patterns using a variety of lines, shapes, and colors. They will complete worksheet. The following class the students will learn about the artist Gustav Klimt and recognize his use of pattern in his artwork. The students will begin the project by painting a gold tree on black paper and then later on adding in creative patterns using metallic markers. 










2nd Grade
Mosaic/Pointillism

The students will use various artistic techniques to create their Valentine's Folders. When finished, they will continue with the Mosaic/Pointillism lesson. 
The students will be introduced to the Ancient Roman people and culture. They will learn about the techniques they used to create artwork, including mosaic. The students will complete color by number. In the following class the students will learn about the artistic technique of pointillism. The students will compare pointillism and mosaic artwork. The students will complete pointillism worksheet.
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Mosaic Example                   Pointillism Example






3rd Grade
Symmetrical Reflection Landscape 

The students will learn some basic color theory and how to mix complementary colors to create shades of a color. They mix and paint the trees in their landscape. They will add in final details. If time allows, they will begin discussing Asymmetrical Balance. 



4th Grade
The Principles of Design
The students will review the Elements of Art and then learn about the Principles of Design. The students will view examples and then draw their own examples for Balance, Movement, Pattern, and Variety. The following class the students will complete activity.








5th Grade
Op Art


The students will review Op Art project requirements and then finish their projects.
Fey's Class-The students will continue weaving project using the techniques taught and practiced. 





6th Grade
Monochromatic Painting

 The students will begin with practicing brush control and even application, then move onto mixing and painting with tints and shades of a colors.  The students will sketch and brainstorm ideas for the project and then begin painting a variety of tints and shades on their monochromatic painting. 

Friday, January 25, 2019

Monday 1/28 (Day 1)-Friday 2/1 (Day 5)


Kindergarten
 Mixing Green-Evergreen Tree

 The students will review mixing primary colors and then mix and paint their entire paper green. In the following class they will learn how to draw the basic shape of an evergreen tree and then draw and cut out that shape from their green paper. They will use white paint to add snow. 





1st Grade

Patterns in the style of Klimt

The students will be introduced to patterns and how to create unique patterns using a variety of lines, shapes, and colors. They will complete worksheet. The following class the students will learn about the artist Gustav Klimt and recognize his use of pattern in his artwork. 









2nd Grade
Mosaic/Pointillism
The students will be introduced to the Ancient Roman people and culture. They will learn about the techniques they used to create artwork, including mosaic. The students will complete color by number. In the following class the students will learn about the artistic technique of pointillism. The students will compare pointillism and mosaic artwork. The students will complete pointillism worksheet.
Image result for pointillism
Mosaic Example                   Pointillism Example






3rd Grade
Symmetrical Reflection Landscape 

The students will review symmetry. The students will fold and sketch a basic landscape on the top of their paper. They will then follow along with demonstration to apply paint on the bottom half of their paper to paint water.  The students will then begin painting the trees and mountains of their projects, folding their paper and transferring the paint for each land form. 



4th Grade
The Elements of Art
The students will learn about each element of art and then complete the corresponding page within the packet. The students will learn how to incorporate all 7 elements of art into one piece of artwork. 







5th Grade
Op Art


The students will review Op Art and complete worksheet. They will then brainstorm and sketch ideas for the project and then begin final copy. It will then get sharpied and colored in.
Fey's Class-They have completed the Op Art project and will be given information and demonstration of basic weaving techniques. They will complete weaving practice using strips of paper and then begin the yarn weaving project. 





6th Grade
Monochromatic Painting

When the Lettering project is complete the students will be given demonstration of techniques and best practices when using different types of brushes and when applying paint. They will begin with practicing brush control and even application, then move onto mixing and painting with tints and shades of a colors.  The students will sketch and brainstorm ideas for the project and then begin painting a variety of tints and shades on their monochromatic painting.