- Hi, everyone!I am looking for a good art website where I can find art activities that are based on what a child should be able to do at various grade levels. right now, I'm looking for 2nd and 3rd grade art, maybe even 4th/5th. Can anyone recommend a good art site that is free? thanks!
- This is a great for el art lessons: http://www.deepspacesparkle.com/
> Hi, everyone!
> I am looking for a good art website where I can find art activities that
> are based on what a child should be able to do at various grade levels.
> right now, I'm looking for 2nd and 3rd grade art, maybe even 4th/5th. Can
> anyone recommend a good art site that is free? thanks!
> Sometimes the best things in life only come after you have totally given
> up trying to make things happen yourself. Let go and let God.
- not the website, but remember hirsch's (sp) literacy books ofwhat your child should know by each grade? maybe those would helpalso your own scope and sequence should help. kOn Jul 15, 2011, at 4:43 AM, D Rickard wrote:
- Here's our district standards and core curriculum this should help get you started...
Use the k-8 side, subject art, grade, and display core curriculum (or look at others). I use these to grade but they are huge help when developing curriculum. You can also look at other subject areas (ELA, Math) to see what students should know at each grade as well.
I also use Mrs. Brown's art room for ideas-she has a BEAUTIFUL website http://www.mrsbrownart.com/
Artsonia is great for ideas too!