Welcome to Art
My blog is back!! Go to www.coolartwithmrsparks.blogspot.com for pictures and extras going on in art class.
Beautiful Oops by Barney Saltzberg
Art by Patrick McDonnell
Pattern Fish by Trudy Harris
The Coloring Book by Herve Tullet
Packs of Copy Paper
Plastic Shoebox Containers--for Storage
Ziploc bags (all sizes)
Sanitizing wipes (Lysol)
Thanks for stopping in to look at Mrs. Parks' webpage. Stay a while and check out all the cool things going on in the West Clayton art room!
1. Listen and follow directions.
2. Be prepared and ready to participate.
3. Always use materials and equipment safely and properly.
4. Respect yourself and others.
5. Work hard and do your best.
6. Leave your area clean.
Displayed artwork is up throughout the year.
Individuals will be given one warning. Second warning-TIME OUT. (This may require a note home depending on the reason for time out. If students receive note home, I expect it brought back signed.) Third warning-A note will be sent home to be returned signed. Fourth warning-An office referral and note home.
Classes will lose pawprints if spoken to more than once for too much talking or not being on task. Classes can lose and gain pawprints throughout the classes. They may earn five at the end of each nine weeks.
S Satifactory: Meets Expectations.
N Needs Improvement: Inconsistently Meets Expectations.
U Not Yet Meeting Expectations
All projects are reviewed based on a rubric. This grading rubric addresses 5 areas that is used to help determine whether or not the student understands the concepts introduced in that lesson. These criteria are; developing skills at grade level, understanding and applying the art concepts, general participation, use and treatment of materials, and finally behavior.
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