Art

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I am looking forward to starting a new school year and creating amazing works of art with our Blue Wave artists – those who are returning as well as those who are new to P.K.!

Kindergarten art includes exploratory experiences that introduce a variety of concepts and ideas, art, and the safe use of materials. Students learn art vocabulary, terms, and procedures during the creative process that help them describe and talk about their work.

Grade one art includes experimenting with a variety of concepts and ideas in art while using materials correctly and safely to convey personal interests. Students use accurate art vocabulary, terms, and procedures during the creative process to describe and talk about their work.

Grade two art includes experimenting with a variety of two- and three-dimensional concepts and ideas in art. Materials are correctly and safely applied to convey personal interests and self-expression. Students use accurate art vocabulary, terms, and procedures with resources and time-management skills during the creative process. Attributes of artworks from individuals, cultures, and time are identified, described, and discussed.

Grade three art incorporates a variety of two- and three-dimensional concepts and ideas in art. Materials are correctly and safely applied to convey personal interests and self-expression. Observation skills, prior knowledge, and art criticism skills are employed to reflect on and interpret works of art. Students use accurate art vocabulary, terms, and procedures with resources and time-management skills during the creative process.

Grade four/five art incorporates a variety of two- and three-dimensional concepts and ideas in art to convey meaning, influence personal artistic decisions, and create visual unity. Materials are correctly, safely, and responsibly applied to achieve diverse effects and meet established criteria. An art-criticism process leads to a hypothesis about the meanings of creative products and utilitarian objects. Observation skills, prior knowledge, and art-criticism skills are employed to reflect on and revise works of art. During the creative process, students use accurate art vocabulary, terms, and procedures, as well as time-management and collaborative skills.

 

 

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Daniel Marren Email: dmarren@pky.ufl.edu Phone: 352.392.1554