Art at Home with Ms. Hendershott!
6/1/2020Hello NPE Students and Parents!As we start to get closer to our final end of the year grades in Art, I need you or your parent to help fill out a form that tells me what art lessons you have done during your stay at home Distance Learning time. It is a very easy form to fill out and maybe a 9 to 11 year old, can do it on their own, but please check that you filled out all of the information before submitting. The form asks your name, your teacher and to check off what art projects you did from a list. There are a few questions to answer at the end. You just need to write a few sentances about your art at home experiences, because I want to know how you did? Double check all your answers and then submit.The form does not ask for any images of art work be loaded. Continue to send pictures to me if you would like them to be put in a slide show on my web site. Save your art work from the stay at home projects and I will put them on display when we are back in our classrooms!Fifth graders will receive end of year directions about how to get their art work from NPE in the future.Click on the underlined link below to fill out the Student Art Work Submission Form:NPE Art Distance LearningAssignmentsPick one or more of the following options to explore for art this week. You can still do the lessons from previous weeks that are listed below. These themed lessons are for grades K-5, including some grade specific directions.
(click the underlined links to access lessons)10. Congratulations you made it to the Last Art Assignment!June 1 - 5, 2020.*Make your own miniature Museum with this lesson from The Brandywine River Museum of Art.*This is the coolest Art Bingo game!Artist's Bingo*Design your Own Sunglasses in this Art Lesson!****************************Summer ResourcesCheck out these two lessons from local Art Museums!
Henri Rousseau. Woman Walking in an Exotic Forest, 1905
Henri Rousseau was known for painting exotic landscapes from his imagination. With inspiration from Rousseau, bring your dream garden to life. (ages 3–12)
Unidentified Maker, Zuni Pueblo. Necklace, c. 1880.
Make a Paper Necklace
The beads of this Zuni Pueblo necklace are made with natural materials like coral, shell, and turquoise. Learn how to make beads out of paper and create your own powerful jewelry. (ages 8–12)
*More Links for Art Enrichment
- Art Summer Resources 2020, Lessons from four local Art Museums in the Philadelphia region.
- Symmetry Lesson from the Barnes Foundation
Symmetry appears throughout art and nature, and creates balance and harmony. Try this fun activity to learn more about symmetry. (ages 3–12)
9. Water, Waves and FishMay 26 - 29, 2020**8. Line, Shape & PatternMay 18- 22, 2020
7. LOCAL Philly ArtistsMay 11 - 14, 2020FYI - May 15th is a teacher in-service day, enjoy your three day weekend!*This lesson is for grades K - 3.**This Lesson is for grades 4 & 5.***This lesson is for grades K - 5.
6. PortraitureMay 4 - 8, 2020..Have fun and send a photo!
5. Storytelling Art LessonsApril 27 - May 1, 2020
4. Earth Week Art Lessons,April 20 - 24, 2020
Have fun, send me your pictures!3. ART HISTORY4/13/2020 - 4/17/2020
This is like the Getty Challenge on social media, where you find a favorite work of art and recreate it with things laying around your home. Ms. H. has made an example and recreated a famous work of art! Take a look; who is the painter; what is the name of the art work?
Make flowers inspired by Geogia O'Keeffe.
Create delicious desserts like Wayne Thiebaud.2. Symmetry4/6/2020 - 4/10/2020
- Symmetrical Robots, This lesson uses primarily geometric shapes that can be drawn by hand. For all students.
1. COLOR3/30/2020 - 4/3/2020
The Color Wheel
Create your own color wheel! This lesson reviews primary and secondary colors on the color wheel.(No drawing materials needed: This lesson has an option to use household items to create your art.)
Explore using warm and cool colors to change how someone feels when they look at your artwork.
Discover complementary colors through color mixing!(This activity is best suited for older elementary students, or younger students with supervision.)