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Elementary Art Education Vocabulary, Concepts, & Skills Form Level : Kindergarten

The following concepts, vocabulary and skills may be covered at anytime during the school year upon discretion of the art instructor during Kindergarten. The order in which the items are listed on this form is irrelevant. Vocabulary words for these levels are listed in bold. ..font.

Drawing
Learn to use tools/materials safely using proper techniques Explore and experiment with various drawing tools Develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination Be able to color in a defined space or shape utilizing good craftsmanship Draw from imagination and memory Develop observational skills in drawing Use the entire space when creating a drawing Learn about and explore the concepts of overlapping, and outlining, pattern and repetition. Learn about horizon line

Painting
Learn to use tools/materials safely using proper techniques Brush Learn to use tempera paint with proper techniques Learn to use watercolor paint with proper techniques Create a watercolor wash Watercolor Resist Mix primary colors to create secondary colors Paint in a defined space or shape Learn about color contrast

Printmaking
Print Learn to use tools/materials safely using proper techniques Introduce simple printing methods Texture rubbing Stamping Pasta printing Monoprint

Ceramics/Clay
Ceramics, Clay Learn to use tools/materials safely using proper techniques to make a form Demonstrate the Pinch and Pull Method using clay

Elements and Principles

Learn about and explore line (thick, thin, long, short, straight, curved, zigzag, wavy, dotted, dashed, horizontal, vertical, diagonal, spiral) Learn about and explore shape (Circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, diamond, rhombus, etc.) Know that line, shape and color are elements of art. Learn about and explore the concept of repetition and pattern Learn about and explore texture Color Theory o Primary/Secondary colors

Artists

Mixed Media

The following artists should be covered sometime during levels K-5. It is unnecessary to cover the entire list during these levels alone. Georgia OKeeffe Andy Warhol Guiseppi Arcimboldo

Collage Use a scissors safely and skillfully Learn to paste/glue with skill

General Concepts
Know that skills improve with practice 2-D, 3-D Learn about realistic and abstract art Learn about portraits, selfportraits, landscapes, seascapes, and citiscapes.

Literature Walk the Line "Harold and the Purple Crayon The Very Hungry Caterpillar Mouse Paint Cat in the Hat Jeremy Draws a Monster Leaf Man

Elementary Art Education Vocabulary, Concepts, & Skills Form Level : 1st Grade
The following concepts, vocabulary and skills may be covered at anytime during the school year upon discretion of the art instructor during first grade. The order in which the items are listed on this form is irrelevant. Vocabulary words for these levels are listed in bold. ..font.

Drawing
Learn to use tools/materials safely using proper techniques Explore and experiment with various drawing tools Develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination Be able to color in a defined space or shape utilizing good craftsmanship Draw from imagination and memory Develop observational skills in drawing Use the entire space when creating a drawing Learn about and explore the concepts of overlapping, and outlining, pattern and repetition, detail and symmetry in drawing Learn about horizon line

Painting
Learn to use tools/materials safely using proper techniques Brush Learn to use tempera paint with proper techniques Learn to use watercolor paint with proper techniques Create a watercolor wash Watercolor Resist Mix primary colors to create secondary colors Paint in a defined space or shape Learn about color contrast

Printmaking
Print Learn to use tools/materials safely using proper techniques Introduce simple printing methods Texture rubbing Stamping Found art printing Monoprint

Ceramics/Clay
Ceramics, Clay Learn to use tools/materials safely using proper techniques to make a form Demonstrate the Pinch and Pull Method using clay

Elements and Principles

Learn about and explore line (thick, thin, long, short, straight, curved, zigzag, wavy, dotted, dashed, horizontal, vertical, diagonal, spiral) Learn about and explore shape (Circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, diamond, rhombus, etc.) Know that line, shape and color are elements of art. Learn about and explore the concept of repetition and pattern Learn about and explore texture Color Theory o Primary/Secondary colors

Mixed Media

Artists
The following artists should be covered sometime during levels K-5. It is unnecessary to cover the entire list during these levels alone. Wassily Kandinsky Joan Miro Keith Haring

Collage Use a scissors safely and skillfully Learn to paste/glue with skill

General Concepts
Know that skills improve with practice 2-D, 3-D Learn about symmetry Learn about realistic and abstract art Learn about portraits, selfportraits, landscapes,

Literature Beautiful Opps Where the Wild Things Are

Elementary Art Education Vocabulary, Concepts, & Skills Form Level : 2nd Grade
The following concepts, vocabulary and skills may be covered at anytime during the school year upon discretion of the art instructor during second grade. The order in which the items are listed on this form is irrelevant. Vocabulary words for these levels are listed in bold font.

Drawing
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-1 Draw from imagination and memory Continue to develop observational skills in drawing Use overlapping shapes to produce depth in their artwork Know about background, foreground and midground Contour Line Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: horizon line, overlapping, outlining, detail and symmetry in drawing

Painting
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-1 Develop skills using tempera paint using proper techniques Develop skills using watercolor paint using proper techniques Watercolor wet on wet technique Introduce using tints and shades to create a monochromatic color scheme Use color wheel to identify primary, secondary, complimentary

Printmaking
Enrich concepts and skills covered in form K-1 Ink, brayer, printing plate, print Relief

Ceramics/Clay
Enrich concepts and skills covered in K-1 to make a form Pinch clay into a form Slip and score Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: ceramics, clay, coil, slab, kiln, roll, fire, clay, form, texture, pinch

Elements and Principles



Learn about balance, variety, space, form Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: Color, line, shape, repetition, texture, pattern Color Theory Complementary Color Tint, shade, monochromatic Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: primary colors, secondary colors, warm colors cool colors, neutral colors

Mixed Media

Enrich concepts and skills covered in K-1 Weaving Sculpture Paper Mache

Artists
The following artists should be covered sometime during levels K-5. It is unnecessary to cover the entire list during these levels alone. Vincent Van Gogh Heather Galler William Wegman Laurel Burch Peter Max Jim Dine

General Concepts

Know that skills improve with practice Use geometric and organic shapes Know the difference between realistic and abstract art 2-D, 3-D Learn about still-lives, portraits, self-portraits, and landscapes

Literature
Robots Liberty Dr. Seuss

Element

ELementary Art Education Vocabulary, Concepts, & Skills Form Level : 3rd Grade
The following concepts, vocabulary and skills may be covered at anytime during the school year upon discretion of the art instructor during third grade. The order in which the items are listed on this form is irrelevant. Vocabulary words for these levels are listed in bold font.

Drawing
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-2 Draw from imagination and memory Continue to develop observational skills in drawing Use overlapping shapes to produce depth in their artwork Know about background, foreground and midground Contour Line Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: horizon line, overlapping, outlining, detail and symmetry in drawing

Painting
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-2 Develop skills using tempera paint using proper techniques Develop skills using watercolor paint using proper techniques Watercolor wet on wet technique Introduce using tints and shades to create a monochromatic color scheme Use color wheel to identify primary, secondary, complimentary

Printmaking
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-2 Ink, brayer, printing plate, print Relief

Ceramics/Clay
Enrich concepts and skills covered in K-1 to make a form Pinch clay into a form Slip and score Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: ceramics, clay, coil, slab, kiln, roll, fire, clay, form, texture, pinch

Elements and Principles



Learn about balance, variety, space, form Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: Color, line, shape, repetition, texture, pattern Color Theory Complementary Color Tint, shade, monochromatic Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: primary colors, secondary colors, warm colors cool colors, neutral colors

Mixed Media

Enrich concepts and skills covered in K-1 Weaving Sculpture Paper Mache

Artists
The following artists should be covered sometime during levels K-5. It is unnecessary to cover the entire list during these levels alone. Wassily Kandinsky Jim Dine

General Concepts

Know that skills improve with practice Use geometric and organic shapes Know the difference between realistic and abstract art 2-D, 3-D Learn about still-lives, portraits, self-portraits, and landscapes

Art History
Cave Art Egypt Greek

Literature
Why Our Chickens Crossed the Road Cave Man Egypt Monster Mama

Elementary

Elementary Art Education Vocabulary, Concepts, & Skills Form Level :4th Grade
The following concepts, vocabulary and skills may be covered at anytime during the school year upon discretion of the art instructor during level fourth grade. The order in which the items are listed on this form is irrelevant. Vocabulary words for these levels are listed in bold font.

Drawing
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-3 Draw from imagination and memory Continue to develop observational skills in drawing Produce contour and gesture drawings of the human figure through observation Learn about facial and body proportion Learn to create drawings using various shading techniques Show an understanding and use of shading, value, space, size, proportion and balance Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: horizon line, contour, overlapping, outlining, detail and symmetry in drawing

Painting
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-3 Develop skills using tempera paint using proper techniques Develop skills using watercolor paint using proper techniques Acrylic Paint Use color wheel to identify primary, secondary, complimentary Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: tints, shades, monochromatic

Printmaking
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-3 Ink, brayer, printing plate, print Relief Image reversal

Ceramics/Clay
Enrich concepts and skills covered in form K-1 and 2-3 Slip and score Make a form using a variety of techniques Learn about glaze Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: ceramics, clay, coil, slab, kiln, roll, fire, clay, form, texture, pinch, Addative and Subtractive.

Elements and Principles

Artists
The following artists should be covered sometime during levels K-5. It is unnecessary to cover the entire list during these levels alone. Bridget Riley Leonardo Da Vinci Claude Monet Keith Haring Pablo Picasso Jim Dine

Learn about value, emphasis, proportion Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: Color, line, shape, repetition, texture, pattern, balance, variety, space, form Color Theory Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: primary colors, secondary colors, warm colors, cool colors, neutral colors, complementary color, tint, shade, monochromatic

Mixed Media
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-3 Sculpture Architecture Paper Mache

Art History
Medevil Renasaince Impressionism Europe India

General Concepts
Know that skills improve with practice Know the relationship between positive and negative space 2-D, 3-D Learn about still-lives, portraits, self-portraits, and landscapes

Culture Study

Elementary Art Education Vocabulary, Concepts, & Skills Form Level :5th Grade
The following concepts, vocabulary and skills may be covered at anytime during the school year upon discretion of the art instructor during fifth grade. The order in which the items are listed on this form is irrelevant. Vocabulary words for these levels are listed in bold font.

Drawing
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-4 Draw from imagination and memory Continue to develop observational skills in drawing Produce contour and gesture drawings of the human figure through observation Learn about facial and body proportion Learn to create drawings using various shading techniques Show an understanding and use of shading, value, space, size, proportion and balance Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: horizon line, contour, overlapping, outlining, detail and symmetry in drawing

Painting
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-4 Develop skills using tempera paint using proper techniques Develop skills using watercolor paint using proper techniques Acrylic Paint Use color wheel to identify primary, secondary, complimentary Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: tints, shades, monochromatic

Printmaking
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-4 Ink, brayer, printing plate, print Relief

Ceramics/Clay
Enrich concepts and skills covered in form K-1 and 2-3 Slip and score Make a form using a variety of techniques Learn about glaze Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: ceramics, clay, coil, slab, kiln, roll, fire, clay, form, texture, pinch

Elements and Principles

Artists

The following artists should be covered sometime during levels K-5. It is unnecessary to cover the entire list during these levels alone. Vincent Van Gogh Wassily Kandinsky Klimt Andy Warhol Jim Dine Hundertwasser

Learn about value, emphasis, proportion Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: Color, line, shape, repetition, texture, pattern, balance, variety, space, form, movement Color Theory Enrich vocabulary covered in previous levels: primary colors, secondary colors, warm colors, cool colors, neutral colors, complementary color, tint, shade, monochromatic

Mixed Media
Enrich concepts and skills covered in forms K-4 Sculpture Architecture Paper Mache

Art History Pop Art Modern Art Culture Study


Asia

General Concepts
Know that skills improve with practice Know the relationship between positive and negative space 2-D, 3-D Learn about still-lives, portraits, self-portraits, and landscapes