Lesson Plans: Week of Jan. 31-Feb. 4

 

Week of Jan. 31 - Feb. 4     Trina Keeton       Grade Level: K-5

 

Monday and Tuesday: Clearfield

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Rodburn

 

Kindergarten:  Goal/Learning Target: I am learning why people started collecting art and starting art museums.  I am learning how to make a torn paper heart collage.  

 

Standards Being Taught: VA:Cr1.1.k,  VA:Cr1.2.K,  VA:Cr2.1.K , VA:Pr6.1.K, VA:Re9.1.K

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Go over the learning intentions.  Then show students the video on Google Slide :The Museum of Museums.  Discuss what they learned in the video.  Discuss why people started collecting art. Have students discuss how museums got started.  

Then model for students how to make a heart collage using torn pieces of red construction paper and a template.  After students finish, have students share their work.

Materials: Google Slides, heart templates, red construction paper, glue sticks

 

First Grade: 

Goal/ Learning Target: I am learning why people started collecting art and starting art museums.  I am learning how to draw a truck using the elements of line and shape.  

 

Standards Being Taught: VA:Cr1.1.1,  VA:Cr1.2.1VA:Cr3.1.1VA:Pr4.1.1, VA:Pr6.1.1, VA:Pr7.1.1

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Go over learning intentions.  Then show students the video on Google Slide: The Museum of Museums.  Discuss what they learned in the video. Discuss why people started collecting art.  Have students discuss how museums got started.  Then talk about how people in the past made art that illustrated their daily lives.  Explain that they are going to draw a truck to show how people travel and deliver products.  Model for students how to draw a truck using line and shape.  

Materials: Google Slides, white drawing paper, crayons

 

Second Grade: 

Goal/ Learning Target:  I am learning how art is exhibited inside and outside of schools (such as in museums, galleries, virtual spaces and other venues) in communities.  

I am learning to create an abstract piece of art using line, shape and color.  

 

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.2,  VA:Cr1.2.2, VA:Cr2.2.2, VA:Pr5.1.2

 

Instructional Activities Each Day: 

Go over the learning targets/ intentions.  Then show students the video from Google Slide: Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Explain that students are going to take a virtual field trip to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. After watching, discuss the different types of art they saw.  For example, sculptures, abstract art, landscapes etc.  Have students talk about their favorite pieces. Discuss how our community participated in the Rotary Club Call For Art contest.  The winners will have their art displayed on the side of the St. Claire Home Health Building. Discuss the paintings on the side of the restaurant, Pasquali’s.  Tell students that they are going to draw an abstract drawing today. Then model how to draw an abstract piece using a heart shape and line.  Students will draw vertical, horizontal, and diagonal lines on their paper using sharpies. Then they will draw a heart by tracing around a template.  After they draw their lines and heart, they will color inside their heart with warm colors and color the background with cool colors.

Materials: Google Slides, white drawing paper, sharpies, rulers, markers or crayons

 

Third Grade: 

Goal/ Learning Target:  I am learning how art is exhibited inside and outside of schools (such as in museums, galleries, virtual spaces and other venues) in communities.  

I am learning to create an abstract piece of art using line, shape and color.  

 

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.3, VA:Cr1.2.3, VA:Cr2.1.3, VA:Cr2.2.3, VA:Pr6..3, VA:Pr6.1.3, VA:Pr5.1.3

 

Instructional Activities Each Day: 

Go over the learning targets/ intentions.  Then show students the video from Google Slide: Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Explain that students are going to take a virtual field trip to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. After watching, discuss the different types of art they saw.  For example, sculptures, abstract art, landscapes etc.  Have students talk about their favorite pieces. Discuss how our community participated in the Rotary Club Call For Art contest.  The winners will have their art displayed on the side of the St. Claire Home Health Building. Discuss the paintings on the side of the restaurant, Pasquali’s.  Tell students that they are going to draw an abstract drawing today. Then model how to draw an abstract piece using a heart shape and line.  Students will draw vertical, horizontal, and diagonal lines on their paper using sharpies. Then they will draw a heart by tracing around a template.  After they draw their lines and heart, they will color inside their heart with warm colors and color the background with cool colors.

Materials: Google Slides, white drawing paper, sharpies, rulers, markers or crayons

 

Fourth Grade:

Learning Target/ Intentions: I am learning to compare and contrast the purposes of art museums, art galleries and other venues.  I am learning to draw a Klimpt inspired abstract tree. 

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: VA:Pr6.1.4, VA:Pr7.1.4, VA:Cn11.1.4

 

Go over the learning targets/ intentions.  Then show students the video from Google Slide: Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Explain that students are going to take a virtual field trip to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. After watching, discuss the different types of art they saw.  For example, sculptures, abstract art, landscapes etc.  Have students talk about their favorite pieces. Discuss how our community participated in the Rotary Club Call For Art contest.  The winners will have their art displayed on the side of the St. Claire Home Health Building. Discuss the paintings on the side of the restaurant, Pasquali’s.  Tell students that they are going to be drawing an abstract drawing of a tree.  

Model how to draw a Klimpt inspired tree using sharpies and markers.  

Materials: Google Slides, pink or purple construction paper, sharpies, markers

 

Fifth Grade:

 

Learning Target/ Intentions: I am learning to compare and contrast the purposes of art museums, art galleries and other venues.  I am learning to draw a Klimpt inspired abstract tree. 

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: VA:Pr4.1.5, VA:Pr6.1.5, VA:Re7.2.5, VA:Re9.1.5, VA:Cn11.1.5

 

Go over the learning targets/ intentions.  Then show students the video from Google Slide: Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Explain that students are going to take a virtual field trip to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. After watching, discuss the different types of art they saw.  For example, sculptures, abstract art, landscapes etc.  Have students talk about their favorite pieces. Discuss how our community participated in the Rotary Club Call For Art contest.  The winners will have their art displayed on the side of the St. Claire Home Health Building. Discuss the paintings on the side of the restaurant, Pasquali’s.  Tell students that they are going to be drawing an abstract drawing of a tree.  

Model how to draw a Klimpt inspired tree using sharpies and markers.  

Materials: Google Slides, pink or purple construction paper, sharpies, markers