Lesson Plans Week of March 7-March 11

 

Lesson Plans: Week of March 7-March 11   Trina Keeton     K-5

 

Monday and Tuesday Clearfield

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Rodburn

 

Kindergarten:

Goal/learning target: I am learning to draw a 3D donut using the element of form.

 

Standards being taught/Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.K, VA:Cr1.2.K, VA:Cr2.1.K, VA:Cr2.3.K, VA:Cr3.1.K, 

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Review the learning target.  Then introduce the artist Wayne Thiebaud.  He painted cakes, pies, donuts and pastries.  Show the elements of art video on google slide comparing forms to shapes.  Also discuss the difference between organic and geometric shapes.  Then model for students how to draw a donut using pencils.  They will use lines to make it look 3D.  They will use crayons to color.

Materials: paper, Google Slides, crayons, pencils

 

First Grade:

Goal/learning target: I am learning to draw a 3D donut using the element of form.

 

Standards being taught/Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.1, VA:Cr1.2.1, VA:Cr2.1.1, VA:Cr2.2.1, VA:Cr2.3.1, VA:Cr3.1.1

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Review the learning target.  Then introduce the artist Wayne Thiebaud.  He painted cakes, pies, donuts and pastries.  Show the elements of art video on google slide comparing forms to shapes.  Also discuss the difference between organic and geometric shapes.  Then model for students how to draw a donut using pencils.  They will use lines to make it look 3D.  They will use crayons to color.

Materials: paper, Google Slides, crayons, pencils

 

2nd Grade: 

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw scoops of ice cream in a cone using the element of form.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.2, VA:Cr1.2.2,VA:Cr2.3.2, VA:Cr3.1.2, VA:Pr6.1.3

VA:Re8.1.2

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then show students the examples of geometric forms compared to organic shapes.  Talk about how Wayne Thiebaud liked to draw pastries like pies, cakes, and donuts.  Then show the video on Wayne Thiebaud and his art.  Show students the elements of art video comparing shapes to form. Then model how to draw an ice cream cone with scoops of ice cream to look 3D. They will draw chocolate syrup and sprinkles also.  They will add texture to the cone using the element of line.  

Materials: Google Slides, drawing paper, colored pencils, pencil sharpeners with containers

 

Third Grade:

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw scoops of ice cream in a cone using the element of form.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.3, VA:Cr1.2.3, VA:Cr3.1.3, VA:Pr6.1.3, VA:Pr7.1.3

VA:Re7.2.3, VA:Re8.1.3, 

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then show students the examples of geometric forms compared to organic shapes.  Talk about how Wayne Thiebaud liked to draw pastries like pies, cakes, and donuts.  Then show the video on Wayne Thiebaud and his art.  Show students the elements of art video comparing shapes to form. Then model how to draw an ice cream cone with scoops of ice cream to look 3D. They will draw chocolate syrup and sprinkles also.  They will add texture to the cone using the element of line.  

Materials: Google Slides, drawing paper, colored pencils, pencil sharpeners with containers

 

Fourth Grade: 

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw a 3D piece of pie using the element of form.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:  VA:Cr1.1.4, VA:Cr1.2.4, VA:Cr2.1.4, VA:Cr2.2.4, VA:Cr2.3.4, VA:Pr6.1.4,  VA:Re7.2.4, VA:Re8.1.4

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then introduce the artist Wayne Thiebaud.  Talk about the difference between geometric and organic shapes using Google slides.  Play the video showing him talking about his work.  Then show the elements of art video comparing forms to shapes.  Then model how to draw a 3D piece of pie using shape and form.  Students will draw with a pencil and color with colored pencils.

Materials: paper, pencils, colored pencils, Google Slides

 

Fifth Grade: Clearfield 

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to create a pinch pot using the element of form.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.5, VA:Cr1.2.5, VA:Cr2.1.5, VA:Cr2.2.5, VA:Cr2.1.5, VA:Cr3.1.5, VA:Re8.1.5

 

Instructional Activities Each Day: 

Introduce the learning target. Discuss the difference between shapes and forms.  Then show the video about Native American pottery.  Discuss how they didn’t use many tools to make the pots. Model how to make the pinch pot using air dry clay, toothpicks and plastic carving tools.  They will use water to smooth out the edges before they carve designs on their pots.  We will let them dry for a week and they can take them home next week.  

Materials: paper to protect desks, air dry clay, plastic carving tools, tooth picks, water in cups

 

Fifth Grade: Rodburn

Students can take their pinch pots home this week.

 

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw a 3D piece of pie using the element of form.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.5, VA:Cr1.2.5, VA:Cr2.1.5, VA:Cr2.2.5, VA:Cr2.3.5, VA:Cr3.1.5, VA:Pr5.1.5, VA:Re7.2.5, VA:8.1.5

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then introduce the artist Wayne Thiebaud.  Talk about the difference between geometric and organic shapes using Google slides.  Play the video showing him talking about his work.  Then show the elements of art video comparing forms to shapes.  Then model how to draw a 3D piece of pie using shape and form.  Students will draw with a pencil and color with colored pencils.

Materials: paper, pencils, colored pencils, Google Slides