The students will use the iNotice 3 strategy to identify subject matter and describe relevant details.
This activity was created as a result of the Arts COS Resource Development Summit.
Students will use what they know about severe weather and the see-think-wonder strategy to participate in this Arts Integration lesson.
Students will identify curved and straight lines in letters. They will use straight and curved lines to draw letters in their artwork. Assessment rubric, letter to parents, examples of artwork, and lesson plan included in PDF.
Students will use descriptive words that match textures in a mystery box. They will describe textures in the school environment and artwork. Assessment rubric, letter to parents, and lesson plan included in PDF.
Students will discuss key details from the book Ten Little Rabbits by Virginia Grossman. They will compare Navajo blankets to the colors and patterns in the book. They will perform movements following a pattern from the book. Students will collaborate to create a movement pattern that relates to weaving.
Students will compare and contrast pieces of artwork that depict life in the past with modern-day objects. They can work as a class or in small groups.
Students will analyze the painting, New York, by George Bellows. They will create their own cityscape using colored paper and oil pastels.
Students will analyze the sculpture, Spider, by Louise Bourgeois. They will build an animal sculpture using a lightweight wire.
Students will analyze the painting, Little Girl in a Blue Armchair, by Mary Cassatt. They will paint a special place where they like to spend quiet time.
Students will analyze Untitled (Medici Prince) by Joseph Cornell. They will build a box using found objects and various art supplies.
Students will analyze the painting, Improvisation 31 (Sea Battle), by Wassily Kandinsky. They will listen to a piece of music and paint the melody, mood, and repeated patterns they hear.
Students will analyze the painting, Street to Mbari, by Joseph Lawrence. They will draw and paint a scene where people gather.
Students will analyze Beasts of the Sea by Henri Matisse. They will create a piece of art using colored paper cut into different shapes.
Students will analyze the painting, The Farm, by Joan Miró. They will imagine and draw their favorite place.
Students will analyze the painting, The Artist's Garden at Vétheuil, by Claude Monet. They will paint a garden scene.
Students will analyze the painting, Jack-in-the-Pulpit No. 3, by Georgia O'Keeffe. They will examine a flower. Then, they will draw and paint the flower.
Students will analyze the painting, Saint George and the Dragon, by Raphael. Students will create a mask with a brave animal face.
Students will analyze the painting, No. 9, Nature Morte Espagnole, by Diego Rivera. They will draw still life images of three objects. Then, they will create a still life collage.
Students will analyze the painting, Tropical Forest with Monkeys, by Henri Rousseau. Students will paint an imaginary jungle with animals.
Students will analyze the painting, Pansies in Washington, by Alma Thomas. Students will create a color square. Students can work independently or collaboratively.