Distance Learning for ART!
Welcome to Week 12 of Distance Art-
You have reached the FINAL WEEK of Distance Art! Yahoo! We made it! Hooray!
Welcome to Week 11 of Distance Art-
Winding Down for the END OF THE YEAR
Welcome to Week 10 of Distance Art-
Memorial Day OFF Week and a Look Ahead
Welcome to Week 9 of Distance Art-
What is coming up as we approach the end of the year?
***Gently loved art supplies can be picked up in the Main Office vestibule Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of this week 8 AM to noon. Take what you need***
Week 9- Assignment Due (consider creating 3 airplanes for Field Day)
5/20/20 Zoom Meeting (optional)
Week 10- Memorial Day Break No New Assignments
Week 11-Assignment Due
Week 12- Make a Thank You card for any school staff member and drop it off when you pick up your school supplies from the cafeteria
Week 13- LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL, No New Assignments
5/20/20 ZOOM MEETING
Kathryn Sakowski is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Kindergarten-2nd Grade: 3:00-3:15
3rd-5th Grade: 3:15-3:30
Topic: Final Zoom Art Meet Up
Time: May 20, 2020 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 729 8287 2007
Welcome to Week 8 of Distance Art-
Topic 1: This is a catch-up Week, NO NEW ASSIGNMENT THIS WEEK!
Topic 2: What is STOP MOTION? How can I do it?
Many students have asked about “Stop Motion” since I mentioned it in my last video. Here is an example of a stop motion animated series by our PMES 5th-grader Sophie Kim so you can check out how to string still photographs together to make a movie of your own and how the more you practice, the better your movies can get!
Stop Motion Examples
Welcome to Week 7 of Distance Art-
New Challenges and a chance to see your faces!
Welcome to Week 6 of Distance Art-
Let’s keep up the momentum!
Welcome to Week 5 of Distance Art-
We’re back from break, so what is next?
Welcome to Week 4 of Distance Art-
What to expect as we move forward in Distance Learning for Art?
Welcome to Week 3 of Distance Art-
How do You Know if Your Child is Getting Credit for their Art Submissions?
Welcome to Week 2 of Distance Art-
Please watch this video!
Instructions and Requirements for Distance Learning
Hello from the ART ROOM!
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Due to school closures over concern for health and safety during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), I am providing lessons for your child so they can continue with their art education. These lessons will be provided in a variety of ways. Please feel free to use whatever supplies you have on hand at home.
- Art class is once a week for 35 minutes. Students may choose to participate more often, but each student is expected to turn in at least one assignment for each week that we are learning at home
- Art activity choices can be selected from the:
- Please submit images of your child's completed projects on the Artsonia.com page or app (Directions are below). You can submit a digital image into the created Project Folders for your child's grade quickly and easily using the Artsonia app or through the website using the QR code.
- YOU DO NOT NEED YOUR PARENT LOGIN OR PASSWORD FOR THIS PROCESS.
- If you need your child's screen name or password for viewing past artwork or for the future please email me and I will provide it to you.
***IMPORTANT***: Directions for Uploading an Image to Artsonia Using Classroom Mode
Your child can use iPads or similar devices (or even a browser) to photograph their own artwork, make edits and enter artist statements - all on their own! The artwork will be reviewed by the art teacher prior to being published.
1. Download the Artsonia 6.0 app in the Apple or Android app store
How do I log my child's work for credit?
Here is a link for the GoogleDoc for the Art Activity Log and Art Activities Choice Board.
You DO NOT have to email me the log every time your child completes an activity. Due to the possible extended length that we will be away from the classroom this requirement has been altered. I will be marking your child's attendance and project completion by checking the image and video submissions to Artsonia through the use of the Classroom Mode. Directions for uploading images are in the tab above.
HOWEVER, if your child chooses an Art Activity or Daily Challenge that does not have a physical project to photograph, (for example if you take a museum tour or play an art game via one of the additional activity links) then please email the log as a record of your attendance in place of submitting a photo for the week.
Art logs should be recorded by printing the document and filling it out manually or by downloading the document and filling it in on the computer. Either is fine. Logs will be collected in paper form or via email at the completion of this Distance Learning Unit.