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    Hi Everyone,

    There is still some confusion how to get to the "Paul Road Art K-5: Section 1" course. If you are assigned to this course and Mrs. Smith, (that's me) you have been made a member and you should not need an access code. I am giving the steps to find my Schoology art course and to by pass the classroom teacher's art page.

    1. Go to the Gates Chili Home Page.

    2. At the very, top on the left is a login for classlink, click here.

    3. This opens the student App page, find the Schoology app Schoology Reviews | Glassdoor and click on it.

    4. Put in your student's login and passcode and hit enter. 

    5. Some students have a lot of courses and their course dashboard only will show 12. The art course might not be one of these so go to the top left and click on "Courses".

    6. On the right side, "My Courses" should come up click on this.

    7. A list of courses will come up, depending on how many courses your child has this can be pretty long. Scroll down until you see, "Paul Road Art K-5: Section 1" Click on "Section 1".

    8. This will open the materials portion of the art course. ALL the things you need will be here. Class projects by grade and any fun activities to do between class sessions.

    I hope this helps everyone and makes it a little easier to get to the PR art course. - Mrs. Smith

     

     

     

    The cool thing about visual art is there are so many different ways to make it AND you don't have to have an art room to do it in. Right now you probably have things where you are that can be used to create art. Recycled copy paper, cardboard, tin foil, shoe boxes, pencils, crayons and tons of other things, you just need to think about what you can do with them! 

     

    All future projects and video lessons will be posted on Schoology. I will post the links to this website and The Paul Road Art Schoology folder on each Classroom Schoology Art Page. 

    Students will also need to send photos of finished artwork to Schoology 

    Hi Panthers!

    Many of you have sent artwork to me to post on the"Student Art Exhibit" link on the Paul Road Art web pages. I think, I have added all artwork that has been sent in. If you sent me artwork and do not see it, please let me know. I apologize for some pictures being sideways some just would not enter straight. (I have no idea why.) If anyone would like new artwork added please send it and I will post it.

    Thank you so much for sharing! Mrs. Smith

     

    Here are some fun art projects for when those, "I'm BORED", days come along. There is a little of everything here. You will find art projects, crafts, clay and slime recipes and a bunch of other "Stuff". I have checked out most of the websites and links and most have ads and links to other links so PLEASE check with an adult before using them. I have NOT checked out all the clay and slime recipes so PLEASE follow the directions carefully. The list of websites from March 2020 are re-posted and so are a couple of earlier projects, so please feel free to check those out. Stay Safe! Mrs. Smith

    ** Some of the earlier website were posted from my home computer, so the GC device might not link you to them. If you try them from a home computer, laptop, tablet or maybe a phone they should work.**

     

     

    Hello Panthers!

    https://gateschili.schoology.com/course/2457212791/materials 

    Schoology, Paul Road Art On-line link, This has art projects K-5 on it.

    https://www.gateschili.org/Page/4630

    This is the link to the Mrs. Smith / Paul Road Art Room web pages. Please feel free to use this to view art projects for K - 5 and to share student art work. Art work can also be shared by photographing it and sending it to my e-mail, penny_smith@gateschili.org as an attachment. I would love to see it! Miss you all! Mrs. Smith

     

    The Gates Chili elementary art department uses a standards based curriculum to provide students with a unique opportunity to learn the skills that will foster creativity as they grow in their own exploration of the visual arts.  

    Kindergarten Students are introduced to the Art Room setting, new vocabulary and the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art. They explore and experiment with materials and techniques, and begin to learn to describe and explain the choices they make.

    1st Grade students begin to identify and classify their world through their art. They continue to build vocabulary to describe the choices they make in their creative process, and they start to compare images across settings, subjects, and cultures.  They continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.

    2nd Grade students use art to explore their personal interests. They begin to develop preferences of material and techniques. They learn to compare art across time and places and an emphasis is made on multiple approaches to design problems. Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.

    3rd Grade artists begin to elaborate on their artistic expression. They apply their growing knowledge to their thinking and creative process. They begin to evaluate works of art and generate their own artist statements. Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.

    4th Grade artists apply criteria to their own art work and evaluate art in the world around them. They explore art in their community and learn to revise their work while in progress. Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.

    5th Grade artists learn to discuss art work and compare interpretations with their peers. They apply context and criteria to their evaluations and can generate their own artistic statements based on their work.  Students continue to develop work in the 6 units of the elementary art curriculum; Landscape, Portrait, Still Life, Non-Objective, Architecture and Three-Dimensional art.