Early Childhood (PrepK and Kindergarten) Art: A Semester Flexible Schedule Course
In this semester flexible art course, early childhood students (prep-k and kindergarten) will learn the elements of design, how to manipulate basic art tools like scissors and glue, and will create projects based upon those elements and/ or famous artists.
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Over 15 weeks
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How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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This semester flex course will provide nine different art units and a tenth bonus unit which include both projects and a printable ABC art book used for review. Each unit will cover a different artist, art movement, and/ or art culture, teach a different principle or element of design, teach students how to manipulate a different art media/ tool, and have two to five letters in the ABC art book activities that will review the content. At the start of the course, parents will be given one...
Students will be able to manipulate the following media: glue, scissors, oil pastels, crayons, watercolor paint, tempera paint, and rulers. Students will also have a general knowledge of lines, shapes, space, color theory, and portraiture. Finally, students will be introduced to famous artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Jasper Johns, and Piet Mondrian.
Each unit is designed to meet (a) particular art standard(s) for most U.S. states for both first and second grade. I have taught as a certified art teacher each project numerous times as various schools.
Each unit will be posted every two week and will come with resources such as instructional videos, art history discussion questions, photos of finished examples, and a suggested completion timeline. The units will take approximately one hour, two half hour sessions, in total to complete. Units are completed individually, but students who enroll with other students they know can meet together to complete the units. Photos of finished project examples can be posted on the classroom page if desired.
1 file available upon enrollmentA supply list will be posted to the class page. General supplies include paper, colored pencils and/or crayons, oil pastels, construction paper, glue, scissors, a ruler, black tempera or acrylic paint, a toilet paper or paper towel roll, pencils with erasers, and watercolor paint.
No formal assessment will be given. However, students will be asked to submit photos of finished projects to the class page for review.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
Jenny Millerart teacher
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Hello, I’m Jenny Miller! I’ve been an professional educator since 2008. I’ve taught art as a licensed teacher for grades k-12, have also been a substitute teacher for all grades, work as a certified professional organizer both with children and...