§117.2. Art, Kindergarten.
(1) Perception. The student develops and organizes ideas from
the environment. The student is expected to:
(A) glean information from the environment, using the five senses; and
(B) identify colors, textures, forms, and subjects in the environment.
(2) Creative expression/performance. The student expresses
ideas through original artworks, using a variety of media with
appropriate skill. The student is expected to:
(A) create artworks, using a variety of colors, forms, and lines;
(B) arrange forms intuitively to create artworks; and
(C) develop manipulative skills when drawing, painting, printmaking,
and constructing artworks, using a variety of materials.
Why is art necessary?
What is Happening in
each of the artworks?
How do you think the
artist was feeling when
they made this picture?
Do you see anything in
the art that you have at
What colors were use to
make this artwork?
Art is a subject that touches all the levels of
Children will have:
the knowledge to describe artwork
Ability to understand symbolism within the art
Ability to apply what they learn into their own art
Ability to analyze classmates art
And the abilities to create their own art and evaluate
A. Pintura: Art Detective- A web-based adventure for
Art Studio Chalkboard- These pages are a resource for
artists and art students that focus on the technical
fundamentals of perspective, shading, color and
Skills to Gain
Time Management Skills
Team Building Skills
Sharing and working
Relating art to everyday
Appreciating the work of
Benefits of Art
Fine Motor Skills
Overall it gives children a
way to express their feelings
Hurwitz,Al. (2007) Children and their