Many students joined google classroom. Thank you! I wil include the codes for the google classrooms for Miller Elementary so you still have a chance to join.
Mrs,.Kazan 4th grade : utggdrz
Mrs. Silva: 2nweqzs
Mrs. Beydoun: sfeipfe
Mrs. Traicoff: 3afdg3o
Mr. Duering: ktk7wq2
Mrs. Zastrow: w2v67w7
Mrs. Alsabahi: osaphey
Mr. Hammoud: ehjq34e
Mrs. Moukalled: ehhna6c
Mrs. Kazan 3rd grade: epenwsb
Third-Second -First- Kindergarten: epenwsb
I will list the codes for Maples Elementary google classrooms so students will have a chance to join.
2nd Grade: yxfkf6w
1st grade: cwvwupd
Send me a photo of your artwork when you are done and upload it to google classrooom so you can receive credit for it. Do not turn in your assignment before you send a photo of it. Many students are turning in the assignmnet without attachment. I need to see the photo of your artwork in order to grade it. I am sharing a video on google classrom with the assignment showing you how to take a photo and upload it in google classroom. Your participation counts.
Also, I accept work if you send it to my email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Classdojo.
Please, include the name of the student and the teacher’s name when you share a picture of the artwork by email.
Please do the assignments for your grade level only if your google classroom has more than one grade in it. The assignment of this week is due June 1, 2020. I accept late work.
Third, fourth and fifth grades: Students are going to draw and color a Piet Mondrian inspired Abstract animal.
Piet Mondrian : Piet Mondrian is a Dutch artist best known for his abstract paintings. Art that is abstract does not show things that are recognizable such as people, objects or landscapes. Instead artists use colors, shapes and textures to achieve their effect. He chose to work with the primary colors- red, blue and yellow AND black and grey only!
-Start off by drawing a simplified outline of an animal of your choice. Do not include any details within the body other than a simple eye.
(Check the pictures with animals for an idea).
-Add vertical an horizontal lines within the animal body using a ruler. (Remember, parallel lines are ones that are the same distance from each other- they don’t cross! You will use vertical AND horizontal lines which will cross.)
-Color the squares and the rectangles with red, yellow, blue, black and grey. Leave some white for some of them.
Second grade: Practice drawing a tiger using lines , shapes and patterns.
Start with a symmetrical face, and then adds an easy side view of the body of the lion. Add stripes to the tail and triangles all over the body. Decorate the background of the landscape by adding details such as trees, clouds…..Color your artwork showing a pattern.
First grade: Practice drawing the head of a tige using lines and shapes.
Draw an oval for the head of the tiger. Draw two vertical lines for the neck. Then, add details using lines and shapes. At the end, color the head of the tiger showing a pattern.
Kindergarten: Practice drawing a baby tiger.
Folllow the five steps to draw a baby tiger using lines and shapes. At the end, color your tiger showing a pattern.