Art for Kidz

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Teacher: Tracie
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Introduction to Art for Kidz

0 Course Introduction 02:55

This is an introduction to Art for Kidz, a friendly, fun, and egaging art course with an animal theme for Kinder-1st grade.

Supplies needed:

Package of copy paper and cardstock 

Package of construction paper

Pencils

Eraser

Crayons

Watercolors

Black sharpie

Glue stick

Scissors

Small bottles of acrylic paint

Inexpensive watersolor paper

Painters tape

Markers

Package of different sized brushes

Air dry clay

Flat tray or box 

Brown lunch sack

Saran wrap

Coffee Filter

Yarn

Line

1 Types of Lines 05:39

This lesson is about the art element called line.  Students will learn about different types of lines and practice drawing them.

Supplies needed:

Line worksheets

Crayon

Copy paper

2 Line Design 07:30

In this lesson students will create a line design using their knowledge of lines.

Supplies needed:

Pencil

Black sharpie

Watercolor paper

Watercolors

3 Magic Line Leaves 07:39

This lesson is about the lines that leaves have.  Students will draw leaves in white crayon and then add watercolor.

Supplies needed:

Leaves from outside

Copy paper

Pencil

White crayon

Watercolor paper

Watercolors

4 Marble Painting 05:31

Did you know a marble can draw a line?  In this lesson students will learn how to paint with marbles to draw lines. They will also learn about artist Jackson Pollock.

Supplies needed:

A tray or box

Copy paper

Acrylic paint

Marbles

5 Colorful Cactus 10:13

In this lesson students will learn how to draw a cactus using lines.  Students will do it in the artist Romero Britto style.

Supplies needed:

Pencil

Black sharpie

Watercolor paper

Watercolors

6 Self Portrait 10:57

In this lesson students will learn how to draw a face and they will draw a picture of themselves called a self portrait.

Supplies needed:

Pencil

Copy paper

Crayons

Shape

7 Circle Design 09:40

In this lesson students will learn about the art element called shape.  Students will create a circle design.

Supplies needed:

Pencil 

Crayons

Copy paper

Something round to trace

8 Triangle Fox 10:36

This lesson continues to talk about shapes and students will draw a triangle fox.

Supplies needed:

Copy paper

Pencil

Markers

9 Shape Robots 08:40

In this lesson students will create a shape robot using shapes cut out of construction paper.

Supplies needed:

Pencil 

Scissors

Construction paper

Stick glue

10 Cat Shapes 11:38

In this lesson students wil learn how to draw a cat.  There will be a special guest to help teach shapes. Students will also learn about the cats that artist Laural Burch creates.

Supplies needed:

Pencil

Black sharpie

Watercolor paper

Watercolors

11 Van Gogh Poppies 10:49

In this lesson students will learn about Vincent Van Gogh and his poppy paintings.  Students will create a picture of poppies using construction paper cut into shapes.

Supplies needed:

Construction paper

Pencil

Scissors

Stick glue

Black sharpie

12 Mixed Media Owls 14:12

In this lesson students will learn how to draw an owl using shapes and lines.  Students will use mixed media to create their owls.

Supplies needed:

Copy paper

Pencil

Markers

Black sharpie

Scissors

Glue

Color

13 The Color Wheel 03:50

In this lesson students will learn about the art element called color.  They will study the color wheel, primary colors, and secondary colors.

Supplies needed:

Color wheel worksheet

Markers

14 Color Mixing 03:06

In this lesson students will learn how the primary colors mix and magically make the secondary colors.

Supplies needed:

Card stock

Acrylic paint-red, blue, and yellow

Saran wrap

15 Coffee Filter Fish 10:45

In this lesson students will paint on a coffee filter to see how colors blend.  They will cut shapes out of the filter and make a fish.

Supplies needed:

Coffee filter

Watercolors

Construction paper

Glue 

Scissors

Small piece of yarn

Black sharpie

16 Cool Cows 11:19

In this lesson students will learn about cool colors and how to draw a cow.

Supplies needed:

Pencil

Watercolor paper

Watercolors

Black sharpie

17 Hot Dogs 09:34

In this lesson students will learn about warm colors and will learn how to draw a dog.  A special guest will make an appearance.

Supplies needed:

Pencil

Black sharpie

Watercolor paper

Watercolors

18 Mondrian Painting 12:43

In this lesson students will learn about Piet Mondrian an abstract artist who used lines and shapes with primary colors.  Students will create their own abstract art. 

Supplies needed:

Pencil

Watercolor paper

Acrylic paint

Paper plate

Paint brush

Texture

19 Texture with Tigger 04:27

In this lesson students will learn about the art element called texture.  A special guest named Tigger will take the student on a texture hunt.  Students will learn how to do a texture rubbing with a crayon and paper.

Supplies needed:

Copy paper

Crayon with paper off 

20 Texture Design 07:22

In this lesson students will use texture rubbing to create a design. 

Supplies needed:

Copy paper

Pencil 

Crayons with paper off 

21 Leaf Rubbings 04:42

In this lesson students will do a leaf rubbing with a crayon to see the texture of a leaf.  Then paint with watercolor.

Supplies needed:

Card stock 

Crayon with paper off

Watercolors

Leaves from outside

22 Tigger Portrait 05:56

In this lesson students will learn how to draw and paint a portrait of the special guest from lesson 19.

Supplies needed:

Card stock

Pencil

Black sharpie

Brown acrylic paint

A fork

Paper plate for paint

Brown crayon

23 Lime Printing 03:22

In this lesson students will make a print of a lime or other citrus fruit cut in half dipped in paint.  The print will show the texture of the cut fruit.

Supplies needed:

Citrus fruit cut in half

3 colors of acrylic paint

Paper plate to put paint on

Card stock

24 Texture Lions 12:49

In this lesson students will learn to draw and create a lion out of construction paper to create texture of the lion.  

Supplies needed:

Construction paper

Pencil

Black sharpie

Stick glue

Scissors

Yarn( Optional)

Form

25 Pinch Pot 07:06

In this lesson students will learn about the art element of form.  Students will make a pinch pot out of air dry clay resembling an American Indian pot. 

Supplies needed:

Air dry clay

26 Paper Sculpture 07:06

In this lesson students will create a fun sculpture using strips of construction paper.

Supplies needed:

Construction paper

Scissors

Stick glue 

27 Clay Owls 02:58

In this lesson students will use air dry clay to make an owl.  Students will add texture to make details for the fleather. 

Supplies needed:

Air dry clay

Marker or pen cap for texture

28 Painting Clay Pieces 07:08

In this lesson students will paint the air dry clay pieces they created in lessons 25 and 27.

Supplies needed:

Clay pieces

Acrylic paint

Paint brush

Paper plate for paint

29 Chihuly Bowls 03:53

In this lesson students will learn about the artist Dale Chihuly who creates colorful glass bowls.  Students will make a bowl out of a coffee filter painted with watercolors.

Supples needed:

Coffee filter

Watercolors

Water

30 Paper Sack Trees 04:08

In this lesson students will create a tree sculpture using a lunch sized paper sack. 

Supplies needed:

Lunch sized paper sack

Construction paper

Scissors

Stick glue 

Space

31 Positive and Negative 10:05

In this lesson students will learn about the art element called space.  Students will listen to a book called Round Trip by Ann Johas and create a positive and negative space design. 

Supplies needed:

Construction paper

Scissors

Stick glue

32 Tape Trees 04:33

In this lesson students will create a positive and negative space design using tape on watercolor paper.  

Supplies needed:

Watercolor paper

Watercolors

Painters tape

33 Shadow Tracing 04:05

In this lesson students will learn more about positive and negative space by tracing shadows outside to create a design.

Supplies needed:

Card stock

Pencil

34 Complimentary Design 03:11

In this lesson students will create a positive and negative design using complimentary colors. 

Supplies needed:

Construction paper

Scissors

Stick glue

35 Abstract Painting 06:05

In this lesson students will create an abstract painting that uses positive and negative space. 

Supplies needed;

Watercolor paper

Watercolors

Painters tape

36 Object Design 06:34

In this lesson students will create a positive and negative space disign by tracing around some objects and coloring the background.

Supplies needed:

Copy paper

Pencil

Crayons

Black sharpie

Course Overview:

Art for Kidz is a friendly and engaging art course with an animal theme for Kinder-2nd grade. This course has 36 lessons covering 6 elements of art: line, shape, color, form, texture, and space. This course is separated into 6 lessons per art element.  Students will learn art vocabulary, art techniques, and famous artist. The lessons in this course will include an introduction and a demonstration video of the art projects.  Several times during the course there will be a special guest to help teach the art elements. Parents be sure to watch the videos with your kids because they may need help.

This course includes:

-36 Video lessons

-6 Units with 6 lessons each

-26 useful handouts

-2 worksheets

-1 quiz per unit totaling 6 quizes

Course Goals:

Upon completion of this course students will have a good basic knowledge of the elements of art, giving them the ability to recognize these elements when they view or create artwork.  Students will also be able to use various art materials with confidence and enjoyment when they create their own artwork.

Target Audience:

This course is for Kindergarten-2nd grade students. 

Units (Elements of Art):

Line

Shape

Color

Form 

Texture

Space

Artist covered:

Romero Britto

Laural Burch

Vincent Van Gogh

Frida Kahlo

Pablo Picasso

Leonardo da Vinci

Piet Mondrian

Eric Wilson

Dale Chihuly

Michelanglo

Edward Degas

Tony Cragg

Jackson Pollock

  • Teacher: Tracie
  • Areas of expertise: Pre-K through 12th grade
  • Education: B.F.A in Art Education and a M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction from Texas Tech University
  • Interests: I like being around children. I also enjoy anything art, nature, animals, research, genealogy, archaeology, astronomy, and amateur geology.
  • Skills: Drawing, painting, and creating things. Teaching art to elementary age kids.
  • Associations: Licensed Art Teacher in Texas
  • Issues I care about: I believe that all people should have the opportunity to create. We are born with the need to be creative and this can be in many areas of life. Students should be given the opportunity for an art education.

I have been in the education system for 30 years. I have taught art, taught general academics, and taught preschool. I particularly love watching elementary age children create because they are very free in their creativity, it comes natural. I am glad you chose to view my art course and I know your kids will enjoy it.

Test Preparation Document

Test Preparation Document

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

Answer Key to Unit Quizes

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