Lesson Plans Week of Oct. 25-Oct. 29

 

Lesson Plans: Week of Oct. 25-Oct.29  Trina Keeton     K-5

 

Monday and Tuesday: Clearfield Elementary

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Rodburn Elementary

 

Kindergarten: 

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw facial expressions on pumpkins using the element of shape and line.  

 

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.K

VA:Cr2.1.K

VA:Cr2.3.K

VA:Cr3.1.K

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target. Then play the song, Five LIttle Pumpkins on Google slide showing the different emotions and facial expressions of the pumpkins. Model how to draw different emotions and facial expressions on a pumpkin template. Students will draw a different expression on each pumpkin. (happy, grumpy, sad, sleepy and scared)

Then teach students the song, Five Little Pumpkins using their fingers to act out the song.Have students share their pumpkin facial expressions.

Materials: Five Little Pumpkins template with 5 different emotions, crayons, pencils

 

First Grade:

Goal/ Learning Target: I am learning to use the elements of shape, texture, line and space to draw a pumpkin.

 

Standards Being Taught:

VA:Cr1.1.1

VA:Cr2.1.1

VA:Cr1.2.1

VA:Cr3.1.1

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then read the story, We’re Going on a Pumpkin Hunt.  Then model how to draw a large pumpkin with a face.  Discuss how we are going to show texture using lines for the pumpkin, vines, leaves and grass.  Discuss the different shapes we will be using.  Students will draw their pumpkins using pencils and crayons.  

Materials: book, We’re Going on a Pumpkin Hunt, drawing paper, pencils, crayons




 

2nd Grade:

 

Goal/ Learning Target: I am learning to draw a cat sitting in a pumpkin using the element of space. 

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed

VA:Cr1.1.2

VA:Cr2.1.2

VA:Cr2.2.2

VA:Re9.1.2

VA:Cn10.1.2

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target. Then show students video on the slide about the element of space. Talk about how you can draw overlapping objects to show depth and make things appear close or far away. Talk about the foreground and background. Discuss how you can draw things large to appear close and draw things small to look far away. Model how to draw a cat inside a pumpkin. Students will use crayon as their media. 

Materials: drawing paper, crayons and pencils

 

3rd, 4th and 5th Grades:

Goal/ Learning Target: I am learning to draw overlapping pumpkins with different facial expressions. I am learning to use the element of space.

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.3

VA:Cr1.2.3

VA;Cr2.1.3

VA:Cr3.1.3

VA:Cr1.1.4

VA:Cr1.1.5

VA:Cr1.2.4

VA:Cr2.1.4

VA:Cr2.1.5

VA:Cn10.1.4

VA:Cn10.1.5

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target. Show students the slide about the element of space. Discuss how artists use overlapping to create the illusion of space. They also use size by drawing things really large if they want them to look close. They draw things really small if they want them to look far away. Model how to draw overlapping pumpkins with different facial expressions.  Talk about how they are going to draw one pumpkin really large so it looks like it is very close.  Students will draw a foreground and a background. They will also draw shadows on the ground below the pumpkins. They will be using oil pastels as media. 

Materials: oil pastels, drawing paper