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Current Assignments

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Past Due Assignments





    Special Areas Rotation Schedule: 




    Week of April 27th to May 1st

    Art: 4th and 5th Grade

    Music: KG and 1st Grade

    PE: 2nd and 3rd Grade


    Week of May 4th to May 8th

    Art: KG and 1st

    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



    Once you complete an assignment, have a grown up take a picture of your artwork and send the picture to me on DOJO or by email. Here is my email link:

     Mrs. Tannehill's Email



    These lessons will be designed to match our Art standards with distance-learning in mind. The art media (materials) you need will be found around your house, your yard, or in your kitchen. The best part about art at home is that you can take all the time you need to make your personal art AND your family can join in on the fun. Yipeeee! 


    Parents, here are our standards and questions to focus on (scroll down). Please remember, we are here to learn about the art making process and encourage a love for art. Relax, take a deep breath, and enjoy this time with your child.  Don't forget to send me a picture of completed art so that I may enjoy it too!


    V.A.3.S.3.2 Develop craftsmanship through repeated practice

    Learning Goal: I can develop personal craftsmanship skills through repeated practice

    Helpful Questions for discussions: Why is it important for artists to develop personal skills through practice? How does an artist know if he or she is improving with practice? 


    V.A.3.F.1.1 Manipulate art media and incorporate a variety of subject matter to create imaginative artwork

    Learning Goal: I can manipulate (use) art media (materials) and incorporate a variety of subject matter to create imaginative artworks

    Helpful questions for discussions: Why do artists change their ideas while they are working? Why do artists use different materials?


    V.A.3.F.1.2 Explore the effects and merits of different solutions to solve an artistic problem (like figure out how to get a clay sculpture to stand up without falling over)

    Learning Goal: I can solve artistic challenges while creating my personal artworks

    Helpful questions for discussions: Do artists solve problems differently than non-artists? How does solving problems with art help you solve problems in non-art areas.


    V.A.3.F.3.1 Create artwork that communicates an awareness of events within the community. 

    Learning Goal: I can create an artwork to display within my community to provide a positive message

    Helpful questions for discussion: How does art reflect its community? How can art improve a community? How can art persuade others to act? 


    V.A.3.F.3.2 Collaborate to complete a task in art

    Learning Goal: I can collaborate with others (family within the household for social distancing) to complete an artwork

    Helpful questions for discussion: Why is it important for artists to collaborate (work and share ideas) with others? What are some ways you share tasks when making art with others? 


    V.A.3.H.2.3 Describe various venues (places) in which artwork is on display for public viewing

    Learning Goal: I can create an art piece to persuade others to wash their hands AND to display as a word of encouragement for my community

    Helpful questions for discussion: How does art impact our community? Where can I display my art so that it is seen and protected from the elements of weather? Can I use different media to make my artwork weather-proof?