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Second Grade

Heather Abbott

Quilled Van Gogh Sunflowers


6 class periods
Unit: Texture

Standards:
2P.1.8 The student will identify and use a variety of sources for art ideas,
including nature, people, images, imagination, and resource materials.
2P.3.1 The student will explore various media and tools to create line and line
variations.
2P.4.1 The student will identify and use shapes (geometric, organic, and freeform).
2P.5.2 The student will compare and contrast two-dimensional and threedimensional objects.
2P.7.1 The student will create a work of art using tactile texture.
2P.12.1
The student will explore collage or mixed media techniques in
works of art.
2P.17.1
The student will observe safe procedures and behave
responsibly when using materials, tools, and equipment.
2C.1.2The student will categorize works of art by subject matter, including
portrait, landscape, and still life.
2C.1.3The student will distinguish between natural objects and objects made
by man in the environment.
2C.1.4The student will recognize the process of describing, analyzing,
interpreting, and evaluating works of art.
2C.1.5The student will interpret ideas and feelings expressed in personal and
others works of art.
2A.1.2The student will describe the meanings and feelings evoked by works
of art.
2A.1.3The student will discuss the ways that the art of a culture reflects its
peoples attitudes and beliefs.
Student Outcomes:
The student will recognize and appreciate Van Goghs painting, The Sunflowers.
The student will use the quilling technique to create an image with both visual and
tactile texture.
Activities:
Day 1:
- Enter and sit at tables.
- Art Smart: Look at this painting. What do you see? Discuss color, shape,
texture, line, etc.
- Read, Camille and the Sunflowers by Laurence Anholt. Discuss why Van
Goghs artwork was not very popular during his time and how this has since
changed.
- Look at photographs of sunflowers.
- In sketchbooks, demonstrate how to draw a detailed sunflower. Discuss how
color, shape, texture, line, etc. effect the drawing.
- Watch Meet Van Gogh video.
- Clean up.
- Line up and assess class stars.

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- Review: Discuss what we learned about Van Gogh and his paintings.
Day 2:
- Enter and sit at tables.
- Art Smart: Show an image of a quilled artwork. Look at this artwork. How
do you think it was made? Explain that quilling is art made by curling paper into
different shapes and combining those shapes to make one image.
- Demonstrate how to create a simple spiral. From there, demonstrate how to
change the shape by squeezing the paper in different locations.
- Students work independently at tables, forming a variety of quilled shapes.
- Pass out paper. Demonstrate as students follow along, how to draw a
simple outline drawing of a vase of sunflowers. Demonstrate how to fill in the
drawing using quilled shapes.
- Students work independently at tables to fill sunflower drawing with quilled
shapes.
- Clean up: Place artwork on drying rack.
- Review: How is our sunflower artwork like Van Goghs sunflower painting?
Days 3,4,5:
- Enter and sit at tables.
- Review quilled shape varieties.
- Pass out artwork. Students continue to work independently at tables to fill
sunflower drawing with quilled shapes.
- Clean up: Place artwork on drying rack to be graded.
- Review: What kind of texture does ______ have?
Day 6:
- Enter and sit at tables.
- Review texture and how Van Gogh used it in his sunflower painting.
- Demonstrate how to use oil pastels to create a variety of textures.
- Students use oil pastels to add various colors and textures to complete their
sunflower still life.
Materials:
- Sketchbooks
- Pencils/erasers
- Camille and the Sunflowers by Laurence Anholt
- Meet Van Gogh video
- Images of quilled artwork
- Strips of paper ( x 4.5, x 9; shades of yellow, orange, and brown)
- Glue cups and brushes
- Construction paper (9 x 12; dark color)
- Weaving needles
- Oil pastels
Vocabulary:
- Quilling
- Texture

Second Grade

Heather Abbott

Assessment:
Category

S+

Creativity

The students
work
demonstrates a
great deal of
creativity and
exhibits originality
in thinking.
The student fully
participated in
class discussion
related to this
project.

Participation
-Class discussion

Fulfillment of
Assignment
- Student ability to
create an image
using quilled
paper shapes.

- The student used


a variety of quilled
shapes to create
texture in an
image of a vase of
sunflowers.

Work
habits/Effort

The student
consistently
stayed on task
and put forth their
best effort when
working on their
project.

S-

The students
work
demonstrates
creativity.

The students
work
demonstrates
little creativity.

The students
work does not
exhibit creativity.

The student
willingly
participated in
class discussion
related to this
project.
- The student used
quilled shapes to
create texture in
an image of a
vase of
sunflowers.

The student
inconsistently
participated in
class discussion
related to this
project.
- The student
attempted to
create quilled
shapes to create
an image of a
vase of
sunflowers.
The student was
inconsistent with
staying on task
and putting forth
effort when
working on their
project.

The student did


not participate in
class discussion
related to this
project.

The student
stayed on task for
and put forth
effort when
working on their
project.

Accommodations:
- Assist students in starting quilled shapes.

- The student did


not attempt to
quill shapes to
create an image of
a vase of
sunflowers.
The student did
not stay on task or
put forth any
effort when
working on their
project.