Art History for Kids: Create Art Inspired by Famous Artists: Ages 5-7
In this weekly ongoing class, students will create a work of art inspired by a famous artist.
year old learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
45 minutes per class
Art History for Kids Create a work of art inspired by a famous artist! In this ongoing class, learners will be introduced to a different artist each week. We will be sure to cover artists that are women and people of color. To start class, we will learn and have a discussion about the artist and their work. This will be done largely though a slide show while asking students about what they see. During this portion of class, each learner is given an opportunity to talk. Next, we will make...
Students will be introduced to different artists and art movements. Students will continue to develop skills in artistic expression, artistic decision making, and fine motor skills.
The two things I love most in life is art and teaching! I have a degree in art education and have lots of experience working with young students. I fell in love with art history with in college, and want to share my passion and knowledge with my students. I strive to do this by fostering meaningful conversations about the artwork, creating unique projects, and presenting them in developmentally appropriate and engaging ways.
Students may need time outside of class to finish their artwork.
Materials needed almost every week: Drawing paper Pencil Eraser Other materials used throughout the course: Drawing- crayons, colored pencils, markers Watercolor- watercolor paints, paintbrush, cup of water, paper towels Painting- acrylic or tempera paint, paintbrushes, cup of water, paper towels, paper plate or something to use as a pallet Collage- colored paper, scissors, glue Mixed Media- paper, drawing materials, yarn, paint, scissors, glue, patterned paper An exact supply list for each week will be posted in the classroom at least 24 hours prior to the beginning of class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Meet the teacher
Hello! Here's what you need to know about me: I love art and teaching! I have a degree in art education, and I have lots of experience working with young students. I think that a basic understanding of art techniques and theories are important...
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