The emphasis in the second-semester Kb students will be placed on applying what the students have learned to make more detailed works
of art. Among the projects, this semester students will be creating a bird feeder, making pig puppets, crafting paper flowers, making potpourri,
crafting a heart collage, constructing a wind chime, and pressing flowers.
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I can describe characteristics of clay. I can create a mobile using clay.
I can describe how to make clay beads. I can create a necklace using clay beads.
I can describe the pinch pot technique. I can describe the clay scratching technique. I can create a pinch pot.
I can describe a stencil. I can create a stencil.
I can describe the purpose of pressing flowers. I can explain how to press flowers.
I can describe the purpose of a bird feeder. I can create a bird feeder.
I can define weaving. I can weave yarn.
I can provide examples of nature in art. I can create a spider web.
I can describe finger knitting. I can create a hot pad.
I can describe the history of beads. I can create a beaded snake.
I can describe bead buddies. I can create a bead buddy.
I can describe the history of a friendship bracelet. I can create a friendship bracelet.
I can describe different types of popcorn art. I can create popcorn art.
I can use a variety of shapes in my sculpture. I can create a three-dimensional sculpture.
I can explain how to dye noodles. I can create noodle art.
I can define molds. I can explain the steps for making paper pulp. I can create paper molds.
I can define abstract art. I can create an abstract sculptures.
I can name the recycled objects used in my recycled instrument. I can create a musical instrument using recycled items.
Major Kb Concepts:
• Bubble painting
A pupil may enter kindergarten if his/her chronological age will be five before October 1st of the year of entering school. For a complete description of the policy, please see Policy JEB Age of Entrance.
To achieve success, students are expected to submit work in each course weekly. Students can learn at their own pace; however, “any pace” still means that students must make progress in the course every week. To measure learning, students complete self-checks, practice lessons, multiple choice questions, projects, discussion-based assessments, and discussions. Students and families are expected to maintain regular contact with teachers because, when teachers, students, and parents work together, students are successful.
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