Art

Welcome to the Dallastown Elementary School Art Room 

My name is Mrs. Markey and I will be your child’s art teacher this year. I am so excited to work with your child this year!  I look forward to  year of creative ideas and the joy of seeing new discoveries made by the children every day.  My goals in art class are for all students to experience making art, learning problem-solving skills, and trying new and different ways of learning.  My philosophy in art class is that truly great artwork is done when students try to do their best. I concentrate on effort, learning skills, and the joy of creating, rather than art ability in the elementary grades.  Our art curriculum teaches students art history, famous artists, and the elements of art , creativity and skills needed for problem solving.  In the art room the children have hands-on lessons making drawings, paintings, sculptures, weaving, sewing puppets and many more with a wide variety of materials. 

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I will see your child for 45 minutes once a week for art.  Most of the projects we make will be kept for the art show in May.  This is an event you don’t want to miss.  All children will have several pieces of art displayed throughout the entire school.   You will also find the children’s artwork decorating the school all year long.  

 

The following are fun internet, kid friendly, art sites that correlate with the activities and artists done in art class.

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If you want to see the actual artwork that we study in art class I recommend the Baltimore Museum of Art. Only an hour away, easy to get to and it is FREE! Sundays they have have activities for students and families too. Check out their events! https://artbma.org/events/
 Make your own Picasso at http://www.mrpicassohead.com/

The National Gallery of Art has lots of activities for kids and they also have an activity to make your own Rousseau jungle, make mobiles and decorate dollhouses to name a few. https://www.nga.gov/education/kids.html

Mark Kistler has 1 free drawing lesson where you can draw a shark and learn shading.
https://draw3d.com/
Keith Haring - an artist we study in 2nd grade - has coloring pages and things to do on his website. - this site requires adobe flash player.
http://www.haringkids.com/

Mystery art sites are:
http://www.eduweb.com/pintura/

http://eduweb.com/insideart/

Please feel free to contact me at:

email address: angela.markey@dallastown.net  or phone:  717-244-4021 X4001

I look forward to seeing all of you and creating fun projects together!

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