-Practice how to draw horizontal lines.
-Practice how to draw vertical lines.
-Learning how to hold chalks correctly.
-Learning how to trace over the square.
-Learning that squares have four equal sides.
Tracing the square on the paper helps visualizing how to draw a square.
Learning how to hold chalks correctly in order to trace the square.
First, we trace, then we see what we can do on our own! No bad! "I see squares!"
I did it! on my first try! hooray! "One big red square".
Three times the charm! "I drew three squares, my squares are green, with water."
- Create a self-portrait by using different sizes paper.
- Making choices on how to place the paper in order to create the self-portrait.
- Making choices on the different colors, and shapes of paper in order to complete the project.
- Learning that our faces are unique and beautiful.
Art is about making choices.
Making choices on the shapes and colors of the paper.
"My favorite color is pink".
We have pink and yellow faces because these are the colors we like the best!
" I used small pieces of paper because I am a boy; and boys have short hair, and I don't like pink".
"My self-portrait is beautiful, but I still think my real face looks better! Take a pick"
-Through the studying of lines we can understand the structure of objects in our environment.
-Learning about the different kind of lines.
-Learning the vocabulary of lines.
-Lines communicate ideas.
Understanding how to draw a variety of lines by observing the tree model.
It takes patience and concentration to draw a variety of lines.
Looking at the tree model is helpful in understanding the structure of a tree.
Sharing information with my friend is also helpful.
Using wet chalks to color over the lines was the fun part of the art lesson.
I am proud to display my finished product.The blue spot on my right eye is not eye shadow.
Understanding that lines can help us understand the structure of objects in the natural environment.