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   Lesson Plans - Learner Level 2: Visual Arts


  • Architecture Makes an Imprint (Authored by Kim Salesses.)

  • Subject(s): Language Arts, Visual Arts (Grade 3 - Grade 5)
    Description: Students will explore architecture of the world, uses of buildings and discuss architecture as a career. Students will work in cooperative groups and present their findings to the class.

  • How Does Art Feel (Authored by Lynne Locke.)

  • Subject(s): Language Arts, Visual Arts (Grade 3 - Grade 5)
    Description: Bristly and rough or soft and smooth, most anything we can feel can be portrayed in a work of art as a texture. Imaginary or real, texture can add excitement and interest to your creation.

  • Integrating Language Arts, Health, and Visual Art (Authored by Antonio Fernandez.)

  • Subject(s): Language Arts, Visual Arts (Grade 3 - Grade 5)
    Description: A 4th grade art lesson using health education ideas is modified to include a language arts activity and computer work.

  • Pennies of My Life Part II (Authored by Jeanne Barber-Morris.)

  • Subject(s): Language Arts, Visual Arts (Grade 3 - Grade 5)
    Description: Students write and construct their own autobiographies, based on [The Hundred Penny Box] by Sharon Bell Mathis. Sunshine State Standards used are narrative writing, peer editing, and writing process steps. This is the second part of a two-part project lesson.

  • The Incredible Flexible Line (Authored by Lynne Locke.)

  • Subject(s): Language Arts, Visual Arts (Grade 3 - Grade 5)
    Description: Swirly, curly, or straight as an arrow, lines can be whatever you want them to be. Students discover the excitement of working with one of design's most flexible elements, the line.

  • What Do You See on Your Mindís Screen? (Authored by Cathy McIntyre.)

  • Subject(s): Visual Arts (Grade 3 - Grade 5)
    Description: Did you know that the human mind is more creative than a television, movie or computer screen? Using the elements of art, students communicate ideas by creating unique pictures with sufficient manipulative skills after listening to or reading a poem.

  • Wheels and Rainbows (Authored by Lynne Locke.)

  • Subject(s): Language Arts, Visual Arts (Grade 3 - Grade 5)
    Description: Whirling in wheels or soaring in rainbows, colors used in art are highly organized! Learn how to use the color wheel system to bring excitement and meaning to your very own artwork!

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