Past Due Assignments
We are getting into a groove now! Thank you for all the art in my email. Remember art is a way to record our history in the making. Art expresses feelings, thoughts, ideas, and persuades others to act. How will you paint or draw YOUR history? You are empowered by art and have a responsibility to represent this day in time with creditability. Your art could become a documentation of your experiences....a masterpiece!
My distance learning office hours:
Monday through Friday
10:00 am to 11:00 am
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
My phone number is 352-671-6150 Extension 53537
(please understand that during this time, calls may be forwarded if I am working from home)
I may also be reached through Dojo if your homeroom teacher has a class Dojo account. I can easily respond through this application from my phone. Please remember to include your student’s full name and homeroom teacher’s name along with the photo of their artwork to receive credit for assignments.
Special Areas are on a rotating schedule. Please check out the schedule below to find your grade level
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
Art: 2nd & 3rd Grade
Music: 4th & 5th Grade
PE: KG & 1st Grade
Art: 4th & 5th Grade
Music: KG & 1st Grade
PE: 2nd & 3rd Grade
Art: KG & 1st Grade
Music: 2nd & 3rd Grade
PE: 4th & 5th Grade
Please! Send me pictures of your art! I miss you!
Florida State Art StandardsCurriculum Maps: Grade 4 fpr the 4th Nine Weeks
VA.4.S.3.2. Plan and produce art through ongoing practice of skills and technique
Essential Questions: How does planning an artwork affect the outcome of your work? Why do artists sometimes change their plan while working on a piece?
VA.4.C.2.3 Develop and support ideas from various resources to create unique artworks
Essential Questions: How does an artist get their ideas for their art? How do artists generate ideas without copying others? (Remember the copyright law that was previously taught) Why do artists research? What makes a work of art unique?
VA.4.F.1.1 Combine art media with innovative ideas and techniques to create two- and three-dimensional works of art
Essential Questions: Does art have boundaries? How can materials be used to make an innovative idea work?
VA.4.F1.2 Examine and apply creative solutions to solve an artistic problem
Essential Questions: Do artists solve problems differently than non-artists?
VA.4.F.3.2 Collaborate with peers in the art room to achieve a common art goal
Essential Questions: Why is it imp[ortant to collaborate with others in art and other areas to achieve a common goal? (Think social skills when working with others)
VA.4.H.2.3. Identify reasons to display artwork in public places
Essential Questions: Why do artists display their artworks? What impact does the public art have on our community?
What is the effect of art and utilitarian objects in our lives? Utilitarian objects are objects that have been artistically created and have a specific function in daily life. Examples include: pottery cups or dishes, a decorative spoon, buttons, cooking pots, ornate spears and sheilds