The third grade art experience includes, but is not limited to:
-Identifying and using all types of line in artwork - straight, curve, wave, zigzag, swirl, thick, thin, horizontal, and vertical.
-Comparing and contrasting geometric and organic shapes.
-Explaining all knowledge of the color wheel and how it helps us in art.
-Exploring the use of and identifying a focal point in art work.
-Learning how to apply strategies to solve problems as they work.
-Continuing the development of fine motor skills such as coloring, cutting with scissors, and clay modeling.
-Experimenting with 3-D art forms created with different mediums.
-Comparing and contrasting the differences in modeling clay and real clay for ceramics.
-Identifying the steps and vocabulary involved in creating pottery and ceramic works of art.
Third Grade Art Classes:
Mrs. O'Shell - Days 1 & 6
Mrs. Brestensky - Days 2 & 4