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    Dear Parents/Guardians,

    Hello there!  I hope this finds you and your families doing well.  Following are some art lessons.  I post recorded lessons on the Online Learning Tab on my webpage.  You can join class at 9:30, K-2, and 10:15, 3-5 on the Lakeland Homepage.  Click on the "Specials" Link.

    Put your artwork in your house window to show your talent! Create a card or artwork and give it as a gift. Keep creating!


    Ms. Bear

    1. Create a workstation and keep it neat.
    2. Use correct handgrip on all tools.
    3. Use good craftsmanship, go with the mistakes, and enjoy the process of creating something only you can do!
    4. Sign your name, give it a title, and date your work.
    1. Clean up your workstation.


    The Little Engine That Could






    I think you can!  Draw and color a train engine.  Add primary colors (red, blue, or yellow) or a variety of lines.

    Train Engine



    Pencil, pen, crayons, markers, and/or paint


    Give your kindergarten friend's train engine a cart to pull.  Add a background.

    Engine and cart



    Pencil, pen, crayons, markers, and/or paint


    Fill up the cart with toys for sweet boys and girls like you.  You can draw a variety, this basketball can be one of them!  Enjoy the geometric shape of the circle.






    Pencil, pen, crayons, markers, and/or paint



    Fill up the train cart with more toys for the children.  Here is a fish plushy to lay on.  Imagine new ones and draw concentric lines around them for added interest.

    fish plushy




    Pencil, pen, crayons, markers, and/or paint


    Cozy up with a friend.  This teddy will be glad to listen to a story with you.  You can add details to make it a boy or a girl.  You can add concentric lines around the picture to keep the lines moving around your bear.  I am not sure why I put it in sideways...





    Pencil, pen, crayons, markers, and/or paint


    You are an amazing artist.  Add details to your picture.  Use a varity of lines, a background, and fill the carts with toys.  

    the little engine




    Pencil, pen, crayons, markers, and/or paint

    GT/504/SpED:  Adjust lesson to developmental needs that challenge your skill level.  Use appropriate tools and procedures for your learning style.


    On the link tab, Dolly Parton reading The Little Engine That Could. 


    Art is a vital part of Humble ISD and Lakeland's students.  Our students are taught art techniques and skills that they can use to express their individuality, creativity, and enhance their academic abilities.  We participate in district and regional art competitions, as well as art displays on our home campus.


     Draw Paint Academy: Child-Friendly Link



    ADD SALT!!!



    Happy 2020 Spring semester! Dr. Sheng Kuan Chung, Professor of Art Education, is pleased to announce that he is providing Dr. Sheng Kuan Chung Apprenticeship Scholarship in Abstract Painting for Grade 3-12 students. The application deadline is April 30, 2020

    11:59 PM. More information about this scholarship, please visit the following website. 

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