I am hoping this website will be user-friendly for all of us while we explore distance learning! Make sure to visit weekly for new lessons, ideas, and activities.
If you were unable to view any videos I shared before spring break, I have linked them below. These videos were created by an art group, Deep Space Sparkle. This art group is also holding weekly draw-alongs which I have linked under Art Videos. I hope you enjoy! Miss you all!
Kindergarten and First Grade Learn how to draw a fish based on Eric Carle's book Mister Seahorse. Remember, you don't need all the materials- just crayons and paper will work!
Second Grade Take a step back in time today and create a Rhino inspired by Durer. This project focuses on line, shape, and pattern. All you need are crayons and paper.
Third Grade Let's have a little fun and use our imagination. This tutorial will teach you how to create a castle step-by-step. I wouldn't worry about making the cardboard tracers- just draw and enjoy!
Fourth Grade Check out this tutorial on drawing buildings. When I was your age, I loved to draw buildings and use my imagination- I would create entire neighborhoods! Have fun and be creative!
Fifth Grade Let's revisit your social studies learning from the beginning of the school year. This is a tutorial on how to draw a Viking ship. The Vikings were early explorers of the Americas. Feel free just to use pencil or markers while sketching.
Sixth Grade Here's a tutorial on grid drawing. Grid drawing is a great way to create a drawing that mirrors its subject. This tutorial focuses on drawing a playing card. Grid drawing often involves a ruler, but you can use any straight edge available.
BTSALP Visual Art Teacher at Highland Park and Liberty Elementary.