Distance Learning Opportunities
You work hard, you are creative, you are an artist! Don't forget it! I miss you and I am eagerly awaiting your artwork! Make sure you send me everything that you are making, I love being able to see it!
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Tips on Submitting Artwork
You will use artsonia.com or email photos of your artwork to me, to turn in your work. All work should be submitted by Friday each week.
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• Use good lighting, natural light is best.
• Make sure the picture you take is in focus.
• Crop out the background, so all you see is the artwork.
• You can download the artsonia app or use the website posted above.
• If you forgot how to upload your art to artsonia, please watch this tutorial video.
Distance Learning Lessons
Click the PDF &
Watch the two videos below.
Watch the two videos below.
Here is the link for the week 1 reflection.
Here are the results of week 1! You guys knocked it out of the park!
Click on the PDF below for instructions.
Watch this flipgrid for extra info. flipgrid.com/638aeb39
Please remember that work will only be counted in PowerSchool, if you email it to me or upload it to artsonia.com.
Here is the link for the Week 2 Reflection.forms.gle/AJr88B4SFT4YhGQb9
Here are some of the results from week 2! Nice job everyone!
Click the PDF & then choose one of the two types of perspective drawings below and watch the videos.
One point perspective is recommended for 5th grade.
Two Point perspective is recommended for 6th grade.
For part two watch the video below.
Here is the link for the week 3 reflection.
You have two options this week for your self portrait. Click on the PDF for instructions.
Collage & Scratch Art
Pick one of the two choice, make sure to read the PDF and watch the videos.
Stop Motion Animation or Flip Book
Option 1 - Stop Motion Animation
Option 2 - Flip Book
Recycled Material Sculptures or Paper Folding
Option 2 - Origami Paper Crane
Try These Out For Added Fun!
Bob Ross Bingo
Say What?! So much fun! Watch Bob Ross on Netflix or YouTube and play along, download this PDF and print to get started. The picture above, is my race swag from a 5K I am doing virtually in April, through the Michigan State Parks.
No printer? You can save this one below to your device and use an app to edit it. Or draw it out on a piece of blank paper, but please take the time to play this, it is too much fun!
Create a Sidewalk Chalk Scene
Use sidewalk chalk and get creative. Make a scene that you can interact with!
Make Your Own Clay
Sidewalk Chalk Paint
1 cup corn starch
1 cup warm water
Mix well, no lumps
Pour into cupcake tin
Add a few drops of food coloring
Mix up the colors
Get some brushes and a tub of water and have fun!
Try mixing colors with the food coloring!
Make Your Own Paint
Veggies & Fruit Paint
Gallery of Gratitude
Print this out and create a bunch of tiny drawings showing what you are grateful for!
Take a Virtual Field Trip
Here are 10 museums you can visit, right here, right now!