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Current Assignments

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Past Due Assignments




     Our Specials Schedule:



    Week of April 27th to May 1st

    Art: 4th and 5th Grade (" assignments: Wet and Dry Materials)

    Music: KG and 1st Grade

    PE: 2nd and 3rd Grade


    Week of May 4th to May 8th

    Art: KG and 1st (Kindness Posters)

    Music: 2nd and 3rd Grade

    PE: 4th and 5th Grade

    be safe



    May 11-15

    Art: 2nd & 3rd Grade

    Music: 4th & 5th Grade

    PE: KG & 1st Grade


    May 18-22

    Art: 4th & 5th Grade

    Music: KG & 1st Grade

    PE: 2nd & 3rd Grade


    May 25-29

    Art: KG & 1st Grade

    Music: 2nd & 3rd Grade

    PE: 4th & 5th Grade



    When you complete an art project, take a picture of your artwork. Send me the picture of your artwork using my teacher website or by DOJO.

    Here is my email: Mrs. Tannehill's Email





    I will use our Florida state standards (listed below) for our distance learning art projects. I will try to think of materials you may have around the house, in your yard, or under your bed (maybe NOT!) to use in our projects. But please, with every single project....you must use your imagination and creativity. 


    Parents, here are our skills and some helpful question to ask or discuss with your little artists. This should be fun and relaxed. Please take a deep breath and embrace the art making process with your child. 


    Art Standards:

    V.A.2.S.3.2. Demonstrates growth in craftsmanship through purposeful practice

    Learning Goal: I can demonstrate growth in craftsmanship through purposeful practice

    Ask your student:

    1. How do artists measure their growth? By practicing a skill or using a medium to create better art over time
    2. How can you tell that you are getting better at creating an artwork? It becomes easier. You can make it more quickly and add designs to make the art better. You can avoid making the same mistakes again. You remember what worked and what didn’t.
    3. Why is it important to understand the materials you are going to use to make art? You need to think about how the materials can be stored, cleaned up, balanced, changed, and where your materials can be found. Will you need tools to help you change the materials (cutting, painting, breaking, fastening pieces together)


    V.A.2.1.1. Use imagination to create unique artwork incorporating personal ideas and selected media (materials)

    Learning Goal: I can use imagination to create unique artwork using my personal ideas and materials

    Guide your student with a discussion and some questions:

    1. What is your IMAGINATION? (the thoughts and ideas or pictures in your head that you think about, but other people cannot see what is inside your thought)
    2. Imagine that you have found a magical creature living in your yard. The creature tells you that he or she needs a home or shelter to live in. The creature asks you to build a home from materials you find around the yard. What materials will you use to build your new friend a home? Can you gather some natural materials?
    3. Think about how you will build your magical friend a home. What might it look like? Use the materials you have collected to build a home for your imaginary friend. Don’t worry! You may have to practice and make changes.

    V.A.2.F.3.2. Work with peers (parents, brothers or sisters in the household as we practice social distancing) to complete a task in art

    Learning Goal: I can work together with others to make an art piece.

    Guide your student:

    1. When working with others, we have to take turns and share ideas. What does it mean to take turns?
    2. How can we share ideas that we want to use in our artwork? Example: My favorite color is dark green and your favorite color is light brown. We can use both colors in our artwork, rather than arguing. That way each person feels respected and important.
    3. What jobs can we each do so that we are sharing the work instead of one person doing all the work? I can collect sticks and leaves for our fairy house and you can find rocks, sols and flowers or grass.


    V.A.2.H.2.3. Identify the physical features or characteristics of artworks displayed in the community (in this case, your yard, or a picture of your art posted on DoJo by the art teacher).

    Learning Goal: I can identify the characteristics of artworks on display.

    Guide your student:

         In art class we learned about the elements of art. We use these to discuss art and identify different parts of art. Try to use these with your child when discussing artworks.  


    Colors: warm, cool

    Lines: types such as straight, curvy, zig-zag, dashed, dotted

     Shapes: geometric shapes like circles, squares, triangles, hearts. Also, organic shapes such as different leaves, clouds, and puddles, different shapes of trees, rocks

    Textures: smooth, bumpy, rough, scratchy, sticky, sandy

     Space: items placed near or far from each other, the area that art takes up

     Form: 3 dimensional objects with height, width, and length made from various materials like Legos or rocks

     Value: (the light or darkness of a color such as white, gray, and black or yellow green, medium green, and forest green)

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