Lesson Plans; Week of May 2-May 6

Art Lesson Plans: Week of May 2- May 6     Trina Keeton     Grade Level K-5

Monday and Tuesday: Clearfield

 

Kindergarten: 

Learning Target: I am learning to use a rubric to evaluate art.  I am learning how a personal choice is different from a guide or rubric.  I am learning to describe Georgia O’Keeffe’s floral paintings.  I am learning to draw and paint a flower. I am learning to paint a flower.

 

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.K, VA:Cr1.2.K, VA:Cr2.1.KVA:Cr2.2.KVA:Cr2.3.K, VA:Re7.2.K, VA:Re8.1.K. VA:Re9.1.K

Instructional ActivitiesEach Day:

Show students the rubric for evaluating art.  Discuss. Then show students the read aloud, Georgia.  Discuss what they learned about her life.  Use the Google Slides to show what a floral painting looks like. Also, show Georgia O’Keefe’s floral paintings.  Have students describe what they see and use the rubric to tell what they like about the paintings.  Talk about how personal choice is different from using a guide or rubric to evaluate a painting.  Model for students how to draw a large flower on a large piece of paper.  Model how to paint a flower using tempera paint. Go over how to take care of the brushes and how to keep from mixing colors in the tray.  Discuss how to gently rinse their brushes before sticking the brush in another color.  Go over how to make secondary colors from primary colors. For example, red + yellow = orange.  Go over how they can make tints by adding white to their paint. 

 

Materials: Google Slides on Georgia O’Keeffe, rubric for evaluating art, large thick drawing paper, pencils, crayons to outline, paint, water in cups, paintbrushes, and paper towels

 

First Grade:

Learning Target: I am learning to use a rubric to evaluate art.  I am learning how a personal choice is different from a guide or rubric.  I am learning to describe Georgia O’Keeffe’s floral paintings.  I am learning to draw and paint a flower.

 

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.1, VA:Cr1.2.1, VA:Cr2.1.1, VA:Cr2.2.1, VA:Pr1.1.1, VA:Re7.2.1, VA:Re9.1.1, VA:Cn11.1.1

Instructional ActivitiesEach Day:

Show students the rubric for evaluating art.  Discuss. Then show students the read aloud, Georgia.  Discuss what they learned about her life.  Use the Google Slides to show what a floral painting looks like. Also, show Georgia O’Keefe’s floral paintings.  Have students describe what they see and use the rubric to tell what they like about the paintings.  Talk about how personal choice is different from using a guide or rubric to evaluate a painting.  Model for students how to draw a large flower on a large piece of paper.  Model how to paint a flower using tempera paint. Go over how to take care of the brushes and how to keep from mixing colors in the tray.  Discuss how to gently rinse their brushes before sticking the brush in another color.  Go over how to make secondary colors from primary colors. For example, red + yellow = orange.  Go over how they can make tints by adding white to their paint. 


 

Materials: Google Slides on Georgia O’Keeffe, rubric for evaluating art, large thick drawing paper, pencils, crayons to outline





 

Second Grade:

Learning Target: I am learning to use a rubric to evaluate art.  I am learning how a personal choice is different from a guide or rubric.  I am learning to describe Georgia O’Keeffe’s floral paintings.  I am learning to draw and paint a flower.

 

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.2, VA:Cr1.2.2, VA:Cr2.1.2, VA:Cr2.2.2, VA:Cr2.3.2, VA:Cr3.1.2, VA:Pr7.1.2, VA:Re7.2.2, VA:Re8.1.2, VA:Re9.1.2, VA:Cn11.1.2

 

Instructional ActivitiesEach Day:

Show students the rubric for evaluating art.  Discuss. Then show students the read aloud, Georgia.  Discuss what they learned about her life.  Use the Google Slides to show what a floral painting looks like. Also, show Georgia O’Keefe’s floral paintings.  Have students describe what they see and use the rubric to tell what they like about the paintings.  Talk about how personal choice is different from using a guide or rubric to evaluate a painting.  Model for students how to draw a large flower on a large piece of paper.  Model how to paint a flower using tempera paint. Go over how to take care of the brushes and how to keep from mixing colors in the tray.  Discuss how to gently rinse their brushes before sticking the brush in another color.  Go over how to make secondary colors from primary colors. For example, red + yellow = orange.  Go over how they can make tints by adding white to their paint. 

 

Materials: Google Slides on Georgia O’Keeffe, rubric for evaluating art, large thick drawing paper, pencils, crayons to outline


 

Third Grade:

Learning Target:  I am learning how to create a Kentucky Derby Hat using the elements of shape, pattern, and texture.  

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.3, VA:Cr1..3, VA:Cr2.1.3, VA:Cr2.2.3, VA:Cr3.1.3

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce students to facts about the Kentucky Derby.  Play the read aloud, D is for Derby.  Discuss what they learned in the story.  Then write their ideas using a document camera.  Then have students talk about the hats they saw in the book.  After discussing the different hats they saw, model how to make a hat using a template, crayons, pencils, tissue paper and feathers.  Students will cut out their hat and glue it to a headband made of construction paper.  They are going to use it on Friday for a special Kentucky Derby activity with their classroom teachers.  

Materials: Google Slide- D is for Derby read aloud, construction paper strips, stapler, templates, feathers, tissue paper, scissors, glue

Next week, they will finish painting their flowers.

 

Fourth Grade:

Learning Target: I am learning to use a rubric to evaluate art.  I am learning how a personal choice is different from a guide or rubric. I am learning to describe Georgia O’Keeffe’s animal skull paintings. I am learning to create a pattern background and draw an animal skull such as a bull skull.

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.4, VA:Cr1.2.4, VA:Cr2.1.4, VA:Cr2.2.3, VA:Pr7.1.4, VA:Re7.2.4, VA:Re8.1.4, VA:Re9.1.4,   VA:Cn11.1.4

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Show students the rubric for evaluating art. Discuss. Then play the biography of Georgia O’Keefe on Google Slides. Discuss what they learned.  Then use the Google Slide showing her skull paintings.  Describe what they see and use the rubric to tell what they like about the paintings.  Talk about how personal choice is different from using a guide or rubric to evaluate a painting.  Model how to draw horizontal lines using rulers and sharpies.  Students will draw patterns on each line using sharpies and warm colors. Students will use thick paper.  Next week, we will finish by drawing the skull and pasting it to the background. 

Materials: thick drawing paper, sharpies, markers, rulers, markers, Google Slides

 

Fifth Grade:
 

Learning Target: I am learning to use a rubric to evaluate art.  I am learning how a personal choice is different from a guide or rubric. I am learning to describe Georgia O’Keeffe’s animal skull paintings. I am learning to create a pattern background and draw an animal skull such as a bull skull.

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.5, VA:Cr1.2.5, VA:Cr2.1.5,  VA:Cr2.2.5, VA:Pr7.1.5,  VA:Re7.2.5, VA:Re8.1.5, VA:Re9.1.5,    VA:Cn11.1.5

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Show students the rubric for evaluating art. Discuss. Then play the biography of Georgia O’Keefe.  Discuss what they learned.  Then use the Google Slide showing her skull paintings.  Describe what they see and use the rubric to tell what they like about the paintings.  Talk about how personal choice is different from using a guide or rubric to evaluate a painting.  Model how to draw horizontal lines using rulers and sharpies.  Students will draw patterns on each line using sharpies and warm colors. Students will use thick paper.  Next week, we will finish by drawing the skull and pasting it to the background. 

Materials: thick drawing paper, sharpies, markers, rulers, Google Slides