I will post classroom assignments for each of my classes on this distance learning page which will be linked to my Google Classroom pages.

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Phone #:  1-630-426-1752
 
Availability:  9:00-11:30 AM,  12:00-3:00 PM

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Mrs. Klobe's Greeting: 
https://cloud.swivl.com/v/0e23b44f658bb514a59f2ce251abb1b9
Art K-1
5/5-5/11 Sarah Morris Example Video    
https://cloud.swivl.com/v/e89c58a6850fce4ecee4a428b5d2bc18
5/5-5/11  Sarah Morris Activity Video          https://cloud.swivl.com/v/a530ab38e9358100af5e148145ab01da
5/18-5/20  Happy Accidents Video         https://cloud.swivl.com/v/38beaffc5884950672595eb7eabfae6e
Art K-  5/11-5/18  Miro- Abstract Art Video      https://cloud.swivl.com/v/522914dcb39c0314e338685290385926
Art 1- 5/11-5/18  Eric Carle Video           https://cloud.swivl.com/v/4db01ebbb9a83daa9f6e7948b406fdff
Art 2
5/5-5/11  Robot Collage Video           
https://cloud.swivl.com/v/a3d04e88dfd2ea3fa3179883d49ccecb
5/11-5/18 "Glorious Glue" Video       https://cloud.swivl.com/v/bd62c876553a1eee37c2a780ae496747
5/18-5/21  Art video, "Farm Scene", is located on the May 18th page of Mrs. Roth's Distance Learning website.
Art 3
5/5-5/11 Beasts Collage Video   
https://cloud.swivl.com/v/db5567ec067e276801ebd303d09f522d
5/11-5/18  "Glorious Glue" Video     https://cloud.swivl.com/v/bd62c876553a1eee37c2a780ae496747
5/18-5/20  Happy Accidents Video     https://cloud.swivl.com/v/38beaffc5884950672595eb7eabfae6e
Art 4
4/27-5/5 Mosaic Video    
https://cloud.swivl.com/v/1454c5839eb125d688411c80d5eac896
5/5-5/11  Contour Drawing-Bike Video   https://cloud.swivl.com/v/8aaef0de4e10979d6ef6b495912b6589
5/11-5/18  Beasts Collage Video     https://cloud.swivl.com/v/db5567ec067e276801ebd303d09f522d
5/15-5/20  "Glorious Glue"  Video     https://cloud.swivl.com/v/bd62c876553a1eee37c2a780ae496747
Art 5
https://classroom.google.com/c/NTMzNTU5Nzc2MTFa
4/27-5/5 Contour Drawing-Bike Video   https://cloud.swivl.com/v/8aaef0de4e10979d6ef6b495912b6589
May 5th
Objective:  Students will become aware of a Surrealistic artist, Salvador Dali, that used his dreams as inspiration; students will create a dream image also. To show fantasy in their "dream", they will change color, size, arrangement, and setting of their people, animals, objects, and background.
Agenda:  Students will use the dreamlike images of Dali as inspiration to create a picture of a dream.  They will change the color, size, setting, and arrangement (different directions and placement) of people/things when inventing their "dream".  Refer to above Google Classroom link for examples/directions. Clink on link to watch video on Surrealistic painting examples  5/5-5/11 "Dreams" Video https://cloud.swivl.com/v/7b465999fe7d5645507935101ee40995
5/11-5/18
Objective:  Students will create a pattern for a festive shirt using 3 different shapes and 3 different sizes of each shape.  Students will consider how well their design would sell. 
Agenda:  Students will create a pattern for a festive shirt on a sheet of paper that is cut to resemble a shirt. After outlining and coloring their pattern, they may either draw unique buttons or glue real ones on. Students will decide if they would wear their created pattern and who else might choose to wear it. Refer to Google Classroom link for more instructions. Click on link to watch video showing shirt construction.                                                                           5/11-5/18 Festive Shirt Video https://cloud.swivl.com/v/75f2391a7923a5cefa8a783b769e49a4
5/18-5/20 
Objective:  Students will learn about "found art", how we find design in the world around us, even if it is not planned. They will create a design with their footprints, overlapping the prints to create a design that is balanced and filled with shapes and lines.  
Agenda:  Students will create "found art" and learn that we find pleasing designs in expected places, like footprints, paw prints, snow ripples. They will walk across paper, making prints overlap in an interesting arrangement, outlining in color the tread lines and solid shapes created by prints from the bottom of their shoes.  Please refer to Google Classroom link for more directions.  Click on link to watch video showing footprint example.                                      5/18-5/20 Footprint Video     https://cloud.swivl.com/v/2455292ea19c2c9c9962f57b24ae9bc6  
Art 6
https://classroom.google.com/c/NTMzNTU5Nzc2MDRa
Apr. 27th
Objective:  Students will become acquainted with artist Seurat's technique and landscape painting. They will draw a landscape with foreground, middle ground, background, using scale (differences in size) to show depth. They will practice color mixing.
Agenda:  Students will draw by looking at a picture of a landscape or a real landscape, including depth (smaller objects in the back).  They will lightly paint or color all areas and add Pointillism with markers over the top. Colors of the dots or dashes should be mixed.  Types of dashes can be varied and should be short. Refer to above Google Classroom link for more instructions.
4/27-5/11 Pointillism Video  https://cloud.swivl.com/v/f5d45ab67719738f186fc9484544d37f ;
4/27-5/11 Pointillism-Student Example Video  https://cloud.swivl.com/v/0ce838e820ad157e4ed5cf2c0e62e99c
5/11-5/20
Objective:  Students will create a pattern for a festive shirt using 3 different shapes and 3 different sizes of each shape. Students will consider how well their design would sell. 
Agenda:  Students will create a pattern for a festive shirt on a sheet of paper that is cut to resemble a shirt. They will outline and color the pattern. They may either draw unique buttons or glue reals ones on. Students will decide if they would wear their created pattern and who else would choose to wear it. Refer to above Google Classroom link for more instructions. Click on link to watch video showing shirt construction.                                                                      5/11-5/20 Festive Shirt Video   https://cloud.swivl.com/v/75f2391a7923a5cefa8a783b769e49a4
Art 8
https://classroom.google.com/c/NTMzNTM2MjcyMTda
 Apr. 24th
Objective:  Students will use observation skills to draw and shade a car or truck and its details. Students will practice a chosen view of the vehicle and incorporate correct proportion.
Agenda:  Students will draw a vehicle from observation on a large scale. After considering the view of the car, they should add details in proportion. Then they will color and shade the vehicle, including a surface and simple background. Please see above Google Classroom link for more detailed instructions.
May 5th 
Objective:  Students will observe a photograph to draw and shade a portrait.  They will mix colors and add shading to achieve a likeness to skin, hair, and clothes.
Agenda:  Students will draw, mix colors, and shade half of a face to match half of a face cut out of a magazine. Please refer to above Google Classroom link for more detailed instructions. Clink on link to watch video for example/direction   5/5-5/12 Portrait Video  https://cloud.swivl.com/v/c50ccadfdd790e5c8d6b9978e831273a
May 12-20
Objective:  Students will practice drawing/shading skills on a tree, or students will apply Surrealistic techniques to a collage, or they will review a famous work of art and recreate it. 
Agenda: Students will shade an tree outdoors with pencil or in color. If choosing a collage, they can pick a real background or a fantasy background with improbable characters (Surrealism). Or they can stage an imitation of a famous work of art with people and objects in their home. Refer to Google Classroom link above for more complete instructions.  Click on link to video on examples of "choice" projects.                                                                         5/12-5/20 "Choice" Video    https://cloud.swivl.com/v/23e66654f97f7d10ec6a86f5b418415c
Art II
https://classroom.google.com/c/NTMzNTU5Nzc1NjRa
May 5th
Objective:  Students will learn about Deborah Butterfield, an artist who made horse sculptures. They will experiment with available materials to create a mini-horse sculpture, considering what character their horse communicates through choices of pose and materials.
Agenda:  Students will read and answer student contact questions about Deborah Butterfield.  They will create a mini-horse with available materials and consider what ideas their horse may symbolize. They will name it to help show the character of the horse. Please see above Google Classroom link for more detailed instructions.  Click on link to watch video on examples of mini-horse sculpture.   5/5-5/8 Horse Video  https://cloud.swivl.com/v/5048d49e66a3ae524aeef4fe29557df3   
May 11-20
Objective:  To produce form, students will apply shading skills on 2 enlargements of a popped piece of popcorn on 2 different-colored backgrounds. 
Agenda:  Students will shade a piece of popcorn, enlarged, with pencil on white paper, and another enlarged shading  of a piece of popcorn with white colored pencil on black paper.  Depending on the student's style, various techniques of shading will create form in realistic and slightly abstract ways. Refer to Google Classroom link above for more detailed instructions. Click on link to video on examples of shaded popcorn.                                                              5/11-5/20 Popcorn Video       https://cloud.swivl.com/v/055608a710ecdd21fa67ce1812c3712a

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"To develop every learner to the learner's maximum potential, to succeed and continue to learn in a changing world."
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