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									Kindergarten Visual Art Training
       “Wolf Pup 101”




       International Wolf Center
“For the strength of the pack is
  the wolf, and the strength of
      the wolf is the pack.”

      - Rudyard Kipling
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and
  narrow-mindedness, and many of our
      people need it sorely. Broad,
  wholesome, charitable views can not
 be acquired by vegetating in one’s little
              corner of earth.”
               - Mark Twain
          From Innocents Abroad, 1869
      Two Visual Art Trainings
           in 2009-2010

• September 23rd
  – Kindergarten Level PLC with Amie Marquez

• February 9th
  – Video-Conference: International Wolf Center with
    Tyson Ledgerwood
      School Wide Art Show 2009-2010




•   The winners of the individual school art shows will be framed and
    displayed at the Western Heritage Museum on May 8th 2010.
“The word art, derived from an ancient
 Indo-European root that means “to fit
   together,” suggests as much. Art is
  about fitting things together: words,
  images, objects, processes, thought,
            historical epochs.”

                - Jeffrey J. Schnapp
        Director of Stanford Humanities Lab
                 Stanford University
Hour #1
  “Hands On” Classroom Lesson #1
 “Forest Floor Texture Painting”
1. Put your name on the back.
2. Lay the brown tissue paper flat on the poster
   board.
3. Paint watered down glue on top of it.
4. Let dry.
5. Cut out paw print.
6. Glue the foot print on the brown background.
7. Add leafs.
8. Add rocks.
9. Add snow.
Hour #2
            Video-Conference



•   Virtual Classroom Lesson
•   Questions and Answers from Presenter
•   Sign-up for Video-Conference in your
    classroom.
Hour #3
 “Hands On” Classroom Lesson #2
               “Totem Pole”
Day One:

  •   Cut out the top shape.
  •   Cut out two circles.
  •   Paste your Eagle’s eyes.
  •   Draw and Color in your Eagle’s Beak
  •   Draw Feathers on his Wings.
   “Hands On” Classroom Lesson #2
                 “Totem Pole”

Day Two:

  1.   Cut out middle shape.
  2.   Cut out two circles.
  3.   Paste your Wolf’s eyes.
  4.   Draw and Color in your Wolf’s nose and whiskers
       and ears and paws.
   “Hands On” Classroom Lesson #2
                 “Totem Pole”

Day Three:

  1.   Cut out the bottom shape.
  2.   Cut out two circles.
  3.   Paste your Bear’s eyes.
  4.   Draw and Color in your Bear’s nose and whiskers
       and ears and paws.
   “Hands On” Classroom Lesson #2
               “Totem Pole”


Day Four:

  1. Put your name on the back on the long poster
     board strip.
  2. Glue it all together on your “totem pole”.
            Resource Information




• The International Wolf Center website has teacher
   resources at this link:
 http://www.wolf.org/wolves/learn/educator/edu_main.asp
 “Art is the cleverness of Odysseus; the intimate
       knowledge of materials in a sculpture by
  Renaissance master Benvenuto Cellini or a dress
 designed by Issey Miyake; the inventive genius of a
  Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Edison, or computer
   visionary Douglas Englebart; the verbal craft in
everything from an aphorism (“Time is Money”) to an
   oration (“Four Score and seven years ago, our
    fathers brought forth on this continent a new
   nation”) to a commercial slogan (“Just Do It”).

In short, art isn’t to be found only in galleries and
 museums; it is woven into the warp and woof of an
                   entire civilization.”

                  - Jeffrey J. Schnapp
          Director of Stanford Humanities Lab
                   Stanford University
“Art completes what nature cannot
         bring to finish.”

           - Aristotle
Story time
               References



• Images are from the website of the
  International Wolf Center.

								
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