Upper Elementary (3rd and 4th Grade) Art: An On-Going Live Art Course
In this on-going course, your upper elementary child will learn how to manipulate a different art media each week to create a new art project while also learning about a new artist, art movement, and/ or culture.
This on-going course will provide a new art unit each class with art projects targeted for 3rd and 4th grade (year 3 and yea r4/ upper elementary) students. Each unit will cover a different artist, art movement, and/ or art culture and will teach students how to manipulate various art media, both 2D and 3D, better preparing students for middle school art. At the start of each class, students will learn a famous artist, art movement, and/ or art culture. Students will then complete a...
Students will learn about major artists, art movements, and/ or art cultures. Students will also learn how to manipulate at grade appropriate levels various art media including clay, paint, colored pencils, and oil pastels.
Each project is designed to meet (a) particular art standard(s) for most U.S. states for both third and fourth grade. I have a BA in Visual Arts Education, have worked as a professional educator each school year since, and hold a current teacher's license for the state of Indiana, certified to teach art for grades pre-k to 12.
Projects will be started in class but completed after class. Students will then post photos of their finished projects to the class page.
1 file available upon enrollmentA video and/ or photo describing the project of the week and the needed supplies will be posted each Sunday. However, a general supply list will also be posted on the class page. If you joined after Sunday, please check your email (maybe your junk folder) for an email from me that will list the week's supplies.
Students will submit photos of their final projects, so they can participate in a virtual art show.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
When showing images from art history, no nudity will be shown. The purpose of each type of art will be discussed but at age appropriate levels. When discussing different art cultures, movements, and artists, the religious beliefs and cultural practices will be discussed when they affect the purpose and direction of the art made and will be described from an unbiased viewpoint and with sensitivity.
Meet the teacher
Hello, I’m Miss Jenny! I have a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts Education and a teaching license from the state of Indiana. I’ve been an professional educator since 2008. In addition to teaching art for grades k-12, I have been a substitute...
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Live video meetings
2-10 learners per class