Paul Road Art
Many of you have sent artwork to me to post on the"Student Art Exhibit" link on the Paul Road Art web pages. I think, I have added all artwork that has been sent in. If you sent me artwork and do not see it, please let me know. I apologize for some pictures being sideways some just would not enter straight. (I have no idea why.) If anyone would like new artwork added please send it and I will post it.
Thank you so much for sharing! Mrs. Smith
Hi There again Panthers!en those "I'm BORED" days come along. There is a little of everything there. You will find art projects, crafts, clay and slime recipes and a bunch of other "Stuff". I have checked out most of the websites and links and most have ads and links to other links so PLEASE check with an adult before using them. I have NOT checked out all the clay and slime recipes so PLEASE follow the directions carefully. The list of websites from March are re-posted and so are a couple of earlier projects, so please feel free to check those out. I hope you have a Safe and Fun Summer! Mrs. Smith
** Some of the earlier website were posted from my home computer, so the GC device might not link you to them. If you try them from a home computer, laptop, tablet or maybe a phone they should work.**
Posted on the "Cool and Fun Stuff" links are some fun art things to do wh
Schoology, Paul Road Art On-line link, This has art projects K-5 on it.
This is the link to the Mrs. Smith / Paul Road Art Room web pages. Please feel free to use this to view art projects for K - 5 and to share student art work. Art work can also be shared by photographing it and sending it to my e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org as an attachment. I would love to see it! Miss you all! Mrs. Smith
I have placed a number fun activities and art lessons/projects on my web pages for you to enjoy. To the left, please click on Ms. Penny Smith. This will take you directly to my web page and the activities.
The cool thing about visual art is there are so many different ways to make it AND you don't have to have an art room to do it in. Right now you probably have things where you are that can be used to create art. Recycled copy paper, cardboard, shoe boxes, pencils,crayons and tons of other things, you just need to think about what you can do with them!
April 29, 2020 *NEW*
Here are the Paul Road Art Room Office Hours.
They are split into times slots, just like the projects,
so questions for those projects can be more easily
addressed. Please feel free to stop by with any questions,
to show off your artwork or just to say Hi!
Hope to see you! Mrs. Smith.
Meetings are Wednesdays, 4/29/2020 - 6/10/2020
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June 1, 2020
This week, Kindergarten and 1st grade friends I have put together a lesson to create Toad and Fairy houses. Both homes can be made from recycled or found materials. The 2nd and 3rd graders have a lesson for creating a Festival Lantern. This lantern project can also be made by any of the other grade levels. The 4th and 5th grade Panthers have a project connected to American artist Georgia O'Keeffe. This lesson is about learning to look at objects, mainly flowers. This projects has different parts that students can choose to do. I hope you all enjoy these projects, please don't forget to share your art work. Stay safe! Mrs. Smith
May 25, 2020
Hi Everyone! This week for my K-1st grade friends I borrowed a project from a website called "One Little Project at a Time" by Debbie Chapman. The project is a Coffee Filter Monster. For 3rd - 5th grade friends, I have found another STEAM project! This uses some paper folding skills you all have learned in art class so should be fairly easy for you.
***The tube flyer from last week was tricky! If you had some trouble making it fly, try standing higher, like on a deck or steps, and gently throw it straight out away from you. This is more of a glider than an airplane, it needs air currents to stay in the air. This kind of flyer needs to "scoop up" air to stay up, otherwise it will do a nose dive, like mine did.***
***I really like Pinterest, it has some very cool projects for kids. That being said, you never know what is going to show up on these pages. It is ALWAYS a good idea for an adult to check the pages before the kids. This STEAM project came from Pinterest. (origami toys)***
May 18, 2020
Below I have added some STEAM projects. I found them while searching for something completely different and thought,"Hey, my kiddos would like these"! So, here they are. Some of them are VERY easy and 1 or 2 might be a little more challenging. Please, DO NOT feel you have to do them all! Just choose the ones you think look fun and give them a try. 1 is a tube type flyer and the other 2 are spinners that create visual color mixing. I hope you have fun with these, Stay Safe, Mrs. Smith
May 11, 2020
While searching the internet for some fun outside art projects I discovered one for making a suncatcher or mobile that K - 1st grades might like. I borrowed this project from Jamie and her "Hands On As We Grow" web site. She is a mom of 3 young boys, who has created a great web site. It is about some of the outdoor projects she has done with them. I thought this is a project the whole family can get involved in.
For 2nd - 3rd grades, imagine someone hires you to paint the side of their building. Hmmmm... What would you paint? Something Realistic? Something Abstract or Non-Objective? Maybe a Super Hero? Whatever you chose, it would be a big job and would need a lot of planning, (and paint!) These large paintings called "MURALS" are also sometimes called "STREET ART". These Murals can be found all over the world. Your job is to design a mural!
4th and 5th grades, this week, have a project I sometimes do with the 5th grade art club. It is not very difficult, so I think 4th graders will enjoy it also. It is an optical illusion (Trick the eye) that uses wavy and curved lines to make it look 3 Dimensional. (NOT FLAT)
May 4, 2020
Here are 3 more projects! They are in the folders like previous weeks. K/1 projects are Jellyfish paintings made with glue! The 2nd/3rd grade project is an Origami book mark. This will be helpful to keep your place while you're doing some reading! ( Or maybe when MOM is reading, hint, hint ). The 4th/5th grade project is a fun project that involve some "STEAM" ideas and movement.
April 27, 2020
There are 3 new projects for you! Just like last week they have been split into age groups; k/1, 2/3,and 4/5. These can be found on the "Cool and Fun Stuff" page of my web page and in the Schoology folder for Paul Road online Art. If you want to share your art work, you can upload photos of your projects to Artsonia, e-mail them to me or post them on Schoology. I would love to see what you are creating! Have fun!
April 20, 2020
This week there are 3 new projects for you! Just like last week they have been split into age groups; k/1, 2/3,and 4/5. These can be found on the "Cool and Fun Stuff" page of my web page and in the Schoology folder for Paul Road online Art. If you want to share your art work, you can upload photos of your projects to Artsonia, e-mail them to me or post them on Schoology. I would love to see what you are creating! Have fun!
April 13, 2020
As told to families by District Administrators, starting on April 13th new learning will be posted for students. I have posted information and projects on the "Cool and Fun Stuff" page and in the Schoology folder for Paul Road Art. Please send photos of your artwork to my e-mail or the Schoology folder.
April 6, 2020
On the "Cool and Fun Stuff" page I have posted another fun project for all ages. Even adults can get in on the fun! This project can be done outside, or if it is yucky out, inside. You can even make this project into a friendly game or competition. I have already challenged my family! Are you intrigued yet? Check it out on the "Cool and Fun" page.
On the "Cool and Fun Stuff" Page there has been a project posted for all grade levels. Like I said, your studio or where you create art can be ANYWHERE! This project is about Environmental/Nature Art so....... you can create it outside! All the information and how to's are located on the "Fun and Cool Stuff" page. Please, check out the project and send images to me at my e-mail (email@example.com) I will post them for you on my web page. (or Mr. D. might on the main page.)
I also hope you have been able to check out some of the websites found on the "Cool and Fun Stuff" page. New and different sites have been added there each week for students to explore and try out. I will leave these up so you can still try them. Pleases remember, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO VISIT ALL THE SITES. Just choose the ones you think sound interesting and check them out.
I will also be posting fun outside or inside art activities for you to try.
The Gates Chili elementary art department uses a standards based curriculum to provide students with a unique opportunity to learn the skills that will foster creativity as they grow in their own exploration of the visual arts.
Kindergarten Students are introduced to the Art Room setting, new vocabulary and the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art. They explore and experiment with materials and techniques, and begin to learn to describe and explain the choices they make.
1st Grade students begin to identify and classify their world through their art. They continue to build vocabulary to describe the choices they make in their creative process, and they start to compare images across settings, subjects, and cultures. They continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.
2nd Grade students use art to explore their personal interests. They begin to develop preferences of material and techniques. They learn to compare art across time and places and an emphasis is made on multiple approaches to design problems. Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.
3rd Grade artists begin to elaborate on their artistic expression. They apply their growing knowledge to their thinking and creative process. They begin to evaluate works of art and generate their own artist statements. Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.
4th Grade artists apply criteria to their own art work and evaluate art in the world around them. They explore art in their community and learn to revise their work while in progress. Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.
5th Grade artists learn to discuss art work and compare interpretations with their peers. They apply context and criteria to their evaluations and can generate their own artistic statements based on their work. Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.