Google Classroom Codes for Miss Saunders Art Classes
First Grade: xzj27qs
Second Grade: wtmvdcj
Third Grade: cz4xysa
Fourth Grade: npr7lum (lowercase "L")
Fifth Grade: bdhfs65
Sixth Grade: 7ul3agz (lowercase "L")
Additional Information About My Google Classroom Page for Art
At Home Learning Week of March 16th- March 27th, 2020
Let's draw some Hearts!! Follow the tutorial to create some Chris Uphues inspired hearts. You will need paper, a pencil, crayons, colored pencils or markers to add color.
Additional Kindergarten Activities
Let's draw some robots!! Use lines and shapes to create your own robots and robot friends. You will need paper, a pencil, crayons, markers or colored pencils to draw and color in your robots. Don't forget to add to your picture, give your robot a home, a pet, a family! Here are some links to help you:
Additional First Grade Activities
Learn about artist James Rizzi and be inspired by Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night to create some amazing city drawings. You will need paper, a pencil, crayons, colored pencils and markers to make your cities.
Additional Second Grade Activities
Use your knowledge of drawing a self-portrait to create a fun monochromatic (meaning one color) version or draw a portrait of someone in your family. You will need paper, pencil, markers, colored pencils or crayons to add variety of the same color to your portrait.
Earlier in the year we learned about the Hudson River School artists and landscapes and then continued to look at the architecture of the Hudson Valley and created some Historic House prints. Use that knowledge to inspire you in your creation of a colorful village drawing. You will need paper, a pencil, crayons will work instead of oil pastel for a wax resist, Optional-watercolor paints (if you have them).
At some point in your elementary art experience, you may have drawn a self-portrait. Using what you have learned about drawing a self-portrait and Pop Art, give this Romero Britto inspired self-portrait lesson a try. Use paper, pencil, colored pencils, crayons, markers or whatever you have at home to draw and color in your self-portrait.
At the beginning of the school year we learned how to draw boxes using one-point perspective. Use the knowledge that you gained from this project to draw a 3D cityscape or room in your house in one-point perspective. You will need paper, a pencil, an eraser and a straight-edge. If you're not sure how to start, do some research online for one-point perspective tutorials. Here are some links to help you: