Mark Twain's Visual Arts

      

 









Welcome to the Mark Twain's Visual Arts page.

Now that we are learning remotely, please check in often in this site for updates and drawing exercises, games and etc.




Artist-Madeleine O'Connell Artwork







Supply List for students remote 
learning:

-Printing paper
-pencils    -crayons    -scissors
 -glue/glue stick
-erasers    -markers    -colored paper (any kind of colored paper, it could be from magazines, or old wrapping paper, etc. (make sure you ask about using the supplies from your parents or guardian)    -colored pencils (optional)




Beginning school year theme for Mark Twain's Visual Arts Program


We are following the Littleton Public Schools' Curriculum for art classes, K-5th. Littleton's visual arts curriculum is driven by new state standards through the Colorado Department of 
Education.

This year, 2017, I have started a "construction" unit. The Construction unit is on-going for students who have finished the latest project and want to build projects with various building materials in the art room.

Students can choose from cardboard bricks




























 Mark Twain's Visual Arts Theme for the beginning of the school-Lion King and African Art.




Learning Goals
 Students will experiment using different types  of media (mediums).

  Students will experience different techniques and processes throughout the school year.

 Students will create and communicate ideas through art.

 Students will learn about different artists and cultures by looking at and discussing artwork.

Students will learn to evaluate and respond to a

wide range of art.

Students will develop an understanding of how art reflects and impacts life and individuals.



Theme for 2019-Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph and his sidekick Vanellope run into tales of what happens when they go into the internet.










Learning Goals
 Students will experiment using different types  of media (mediums).

  Students will experience different techniques and processes throughout the school year.

 Students will create and communicate ideas through art.

 Students will learn about different artists and cultures by looking at and discussing artwork.

Students will learn to evaluate and respond to a wide range of art.

Students will develop an understanding of how art reflects and impacts life and individuals.





































We are following the Littleton Public Schools' Curriculum for art classes, K-5th. Littleton's visual arts curriculum is driven by new state standards through the Colorado Department of 
Education.

Littleton's curriculum has four components: 

  
 1. Observe and Learn to Comprehend (looking)
  
  2. Envision and Critique to Reflect (thinking)
  
  3. Invent and Discover to Create (making)
  
  4. Relate and Connect to Transfer (connecting)









 Mark Twain students had a unit with Legos. We learned about who created Legos and how they were developed. We also had to create a Lego person as ourselves.