In Kindergarten, students draw, paint, cut, tear, and paste, fold, and sculpt. Through expressive activities, they become more aware of the environment; its colors, textures, lines, shapes, and spaces.
"I Can" Statements
I can make lines.
I can use lines to make shapes.
I can make objects from drawn, torn or cut shapes
I can mix colors
I can identify textures
I can fill an empty space
I can make a pattern
Clay: I can roll, pinch to create a clay form.
Fiber: I can demonstrate a running stitch.
Mark-Making: I can print with found objects.
I can talk about art I see at school, home, public, museums, virtual, etc, its purpose or reason for being in that place
I can talk about the ideas and feelings in my art
I can discuss my art using art vocabulary
I can identify uses of art in my environment
I can identify the subject and list details in a work of art
I can explain how I am making art while creating
I can identify different media (materials) and tools for making two and three dimensional art
I can use my imagination as a resource for art making
Art in the Environment