3rd Grade Art Online-Full Year

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This course introduces students to art and architecture from the 1400s through the 1700s. Students will extend their knowledge of elements of art and principles of design, such as form, texture, pattern, contrast, and balance. Students investigate artworks from Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Inspired by the artworks in the course, students create their own artworks using many different materials and techniques. Throughout the course, students draw, paint, and sculpt a variety of works, including self-portraits, landscapes, and still lifes.

This course requires the following household materials:

· black marker or black pen

· cardstock*

· construction paper, and/or white paper

· colored pencils, crayons, and/or markers

· glue

· mirror

· oil-based modeling clay or self-hardening clay*

· oil pastels*

· poster/tempera paint, and/or watercolor paint

· paintbrush

· ruler

· scissors

· tape

· yarn or string

*Substitutions suggested in Lesson 1 of the course

Unit 1: The Building Blocks of Art

Unit 2: The Renaissance: 1400–1500s

Unit 3: Baroque and Rococo Art in Europe: 1600–1700s

Unit 4: Art in Asia, Africa, and the Americas: 1500–1700s


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