Kindergarten To Third Grade Presentation 01 06 2011 (1)
ATLANTA HIGH MUSEUM OF ARTPICASSO TO WARHOL: TWELVEMODERN MASTERSSummer Teacher InstituteJune 14 to 16, 2011 This document has been made possible by the Georgia Institute of Technology. Permission to copy for educational purposes is granted and no portion may be reproduced for sale or profit.
OUTLINE Introductions Objectives Activity Modules Primary Colors and Shapes In Art The Life of a Butterfly Numbers and More Additional Activities Closing
INTRODUCTIONSDuane Rollins 3rd Year Masters Student, Georgia Tech Major: Industrial Design Focus: Mass Customization Principles in the Do-It- Yourself (DIY) Consumer MarketZakiya Seymour • 3rd Year Doctoral Student, Georgia Tech • Major: Environmental Engineering • Focus: Household Sanitation Demand in Developing Countries
OBJECTIVESFrom “STEM” to “STEAM”… Incorporating Art into Science, Technology, Engineering, and MathematicsOur Objectives Demonstrate ways to utilize the High as a teaching aid Present background materials about upcoming exhibits at the High Practice science- and math-based activities to take back to the classroom
ACTIVITY MODULESActivities 3 Main Modules Primary Colors and Shapes In Art The Life of a Butterfly Numbers and More Several Supplemental Modules With each activity, we will discuss its purpose, applicable standards, and background artist and artwork information
ACTIVITY MODULE :PRIMARY COLORS AND SHAPES INART
ACTIVITY MODULE:PRIMARY COLORS AND SHAPES IN ARTPurpose- Use visual skills and hands-on activities to understand color and shapeApplicable StandardsKindergarten to Third Grade: Students will use the ideas of system, model, change, and scale in exploring scientific and technological matters. Describe changes in size, weight, color, or movement, and note which of their other qualities remains the same. (SKCS4, S1CS4, S2CS4, S3CS4)Kindergarten to Third Grade: Students will be able to communicate scientific ideas and activities clearly Describe and compare things in terms of number, shape, texture, size, weight, color, and motion. (SKCS5, S1CS5, S2CS5, S3CS5)
ACTIVITY MODULE :PRIMARY COLORS AND SHAPES IN ARTBackground Henry Matisse is a famous French artist born in 1869. He is known for his mastery of color and is considered to be the founding leader of the Fauvist movement.Other Fun Facts His parents owned a flower shop. He briefly studied law in Paris and worked as a court administrator. Matisse and Picasso considered themselves to be both friends and rivals.Source: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_Matisse
ACTIVITY MODULE :PRIMARY COLORS AND SHAPES IN ARTBackground Andy Warhol is an iconic American born artist known for his silk screening of famous celebrities including Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and Elvis Presley.Other Fun Facts His actual birth year is unknown. He is the original “Prince of Pop.” He affectionately called his studio “The Factory.” His birth name is Andrew Warhola. He obtained a degree in commercial art from what is now known as Carnegie Mellon University.Source: http://www.worldcollectorsnet.com/magazine/issue31/iss31p6.html
ACTIVITY MODULE :PRIMARY COLORS AND SHAPES IN ARTBackground Piet Mondrain is a Dutch painter born in 1872. He is known as a leader in the de Stijl movement. His most famous piece is called Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow (1930).Other Fun Facts The White Stripes, an American rock band, entitled their second studio album “De Stijl” as a tribute to the movement. “After 1919, he only painted in horizontal and vertical lines and used only the primary colors of red, yellow, and blue.” To date, a “successful” forgery of a Mondrain painting has not been created.Sources: http://www.thearttribune.com, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piet_Mondrian;http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ArtistWorks?cgroupid=999999961&artistid=1651&page=1&sole=y&collab=y&attr=y&sort=default&tabview=bio
ACTIVITY MODULE :PRIMARY COLORS AND SHAPES IN ARTActivities Water Jelly Crystals (Hands On) Connect the Dots (Worksheet) Color by Numbers (Worksheet)
ACTIVITY MODULE :PRIMARY COLORS AND SHAPES IN ARTMaterials Needed Water Jelly Crystals Water Jelly Crystals (Classroom Set) http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/product/1428 Water Pitcher Connect the Dots (Worksheet) Color by Numbers (Worksheet)
COLOR WHEEL OF MIXING COLORShttp://www.sugarcraft.com/catalog/coloring/colorwheel.jpeg
ACTIVITY MODULE:THE LIFE OF A BUTTERFLYPurpose- Use visual skills and hands-on activities to understand living/non- living organisms and the life cycles of animalsApplicable StandardsKindergarten: Students will sort living organisms and non-living materials into groups by observable physical attributes. (SKL1); Students will investigate different types of motion (straight, zigzag). (SKP2.)First Grade: Students will investigate the characteristics and basic needs of plants and animals. (S1L1)Second Grade: Students will investigate the life cycles of different living organisms. (S2L1)Third Grade: Students will investigate the habitats of different organisms and the dependence of organisms on their habitat. (S3L1)
ACTIVITY MODULE:THE LIFE OF A BUTTERFLYBackground Alexander Calder is an American sculptor born in 1898 and is most famous for being the inventor of the mobile.Other Fun Facts His father and grandfather were both sculptors. His grandfather is famous for sculpting the William Penn statute on top of Philadelphias City Hall Tower. His mother was a professional portrait painter. He obtained an engineering degree from the Stevens Institute of Technology.Source: http://www.calder.org/life/page/biography.html
ACTIVITY MODULE:THE LIFE OF A BUTTERFLYActivities Video of The Butterfly Lifecycle (~4 minutes each) http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/player/kids/animals- pets-kids/bugs-kids/butterflies-kids.html http://www1.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=124222 Contour Drawing of a Caterpillar (Hands-On) Butterfly Wire Art (Hands-On) Balancing Butterfly (Hands-On) http://www.enchantedlearning.com/crafts/butterfly/balancer/ Butterfly Math Activity (Worksheet) http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/butterfly/activities/ mathcolor/Bflymathcolor.shtml
ACTIVITY MODULE:THE LIFE OF A BUTTERFLYMaterials Needed Video of The Butterfly Lifecycle Internet Access Contour Drawing of a Caterpillar Pencils Paper Butterfly Wire Art Aluminum Gage (Hobby) Wire (can get at Home Depot) Pliers to cut wire (or good scissors ) Balancing Butterfly A piece of paper Thin cardboard (like from a cereal box) Scissors Pencil Markers, crayons, or paint Tape 2 pennies for each butterfly Optional: a small lump of clay and a small stick Butterfly Math Activity (Worksheet)
ACTIVITY MODULE:NUMBERS AND MOREPurpose- Use visual skills and hands-on activities to understand numeralsApplicable StandardsKindergarten: Students will connect numerals to the quantities they represent. (MKN1)First Grade: Students will estimate, model, compare, order, and represent whole numbers up to 100. (M1N1)Second Grade: Students will use multiple representations of numbers to connect symbols to quantities. (M2N1)Third Grade: Students will further develop their understanding of whole numbers and decimals and ways of representing them. (M3N1)
ACTIVITY MODULE: NUMBERS AND MORE Background Jasper Johns is a famous American painter and printmaker born in Augusta, GA in 1931. His most famous work is Flag (1954), a painting he did after he had a dream of the American flag. Other Fun Facts He received the Presidential Medal of Freedom on February 11, 2011. He is ranked as the 23rd most valuable artist by Skate’s with his collection being valued at $132 million. He served time in the US Army during the Korean War.Source: http://www.jasper-johns.com/ http://www.skatepress.com/_index.php?cat=28 http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/john/hd_john.htmhttp://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/03/arts/design/03voge.html?ref=arts
ACTIVITY MODULE:NUMBERS AND MOREActivities Embossing Overalls (Hands-On) Fractions In Art (Worksheet) Find the Numbers (Worksheet) Abstract Numbers (Hands-On) http://www.artprojectsforkids.org/2008/09/abstract- numbers.html
ACTIVITY MODULE:NUMBERS AND MOREMaterials Needed Embossing Overalls (Hands-On) Heavy Grade Aluminum Foil Scissors Glue Construction Paper Fractions In Art (Worksheet) Find the Numbers (Worksheet) Abstract Numbers (Hands-On) Paper Ruler (or just a straight edge) Crayons or markers
ACTIVITY: DRAWING LINES, PLANES, ANDPERSPECTIVE APPLICABLE GEORGIA STANDARDSKindergarten MKG1. Students will correctly name simple two and three-dimensional figures, and recognize them in the environment.First Grade M1G1. Students will study and create various two and three-dimensional figures and identify basic figures (squares, circles, triangles, and rectangles) within them.Second Grade M2G1. Students will describe and classify plane figures (triangles, square, rectangle, trapezoid, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and irregular polygonal shapes) according to the number of sides and vertices and the sizes of angles (right angle, obtuse, acute). M2G2. Students will describe and classify solid geometric figures (prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres) according to such things as the number of edges and vertices and the number and shape of faces and angles.Third Grade M3G1. Students will further develop their understanding of geometric figures by drawing them. They will also state and explain their properties
ACTIVITY: DRAWING LINES, PLANES, AND PERSPECTIVE Discuss de Chirico’s and Picasso’s work Illustrate perspective used to create depthhttp://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks1/art/perspective/index.htm
ACTIVITY: CASTING SHADOWS APPLICABLE GEORGIA STANDARDSKindergarten General Characteristics of Math and ScienceFirst Grade S1P1. Students will investigate light and sound.Second Grade S2E2. Students will investigate the position of sun and moon to show patterns throughout the year.Third Grade General Characteristics of Math and Science
ACTIVITY: CASTING SHADOWS Discuss de Chirico’s and Brancusi’s work. Have students individually go to a separate (and possibly less lit) part of the classroom and trace their portrait’s shadow Show how to cast shadows on geometric objectshttp://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson_images/lesson1016/shadow.pdf
ACTIVITY: DESIGN PACKAGING APPLICABLE GEORGIA STANDARDSKindergarten SKCS4. Students will use the ideas of system, model, change, and scale in exploring scientific and technological matters. SKP1. Students will describe objects in terms of the materials they are made of and their physical properties.First Grade S1CS4. Students will use the ideas of system, model, change, and scale in exploring scientific and technological matters.Second Grade S2CS4. Students will use the ideas of system, model, change, and scale in exploring scientific and technological matters.Third Grade S3CS4. Students will use ideas of system, model, change, and scale in exploring scientific and technological matters. M3M3. Students will understand and measure the perimeter of geometric figures.
ACTIVITY: DESIGN PACKAGING Look at Andy Warhol’s work and have students build and design packaging for a producthttp://www.freecraftdownloads.co.uk/paper/d/18505-1/sq_box_template.jpg
ACTIVITY: COMPARISON APPLICABLE GEORGIA STANDARDSKindergarten MKM1. Students will group objects according to common properties such as longer/shorter, more/less, taller/shorter, and heavier/lighter. SKP1. Students will describe objects in terms of the materials they are made of and their physical properties.First Grade M1M1. Students will compare and/or order the length, height, weight, or capacity of two or more objects by using direct comparison or a nonstandard unit.Second Grade M2M1. Students will know the standard units of inch, foot, yard, and metric units of centimeter and meter and measure length to the nearest inch or centimeter.Third Grade General Characteristics of Math and Science
ACTIVITY: COMPARISON Look at Brancusi’s work; compare and order objects based upon length, capacity, height, and weight.
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