PREHISTORIC ART UNIT - Pre-K & Kindergarten - Mind Map

PREHISTORIC ART UNIT - Pre-K & Kindergarten Mind Map
 
 
 
 

PREHISTORIC ART UNIT - Pre-K & Kindergarten - Mind Map

3 years ago by: Dr.SusanLane
 
 
This map represents a unit on Prehistoric art for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten art students.
  • Pre-K PREHISTORIC ART UNIT
    • PK - Kindergarten Read & Discuss "Stone Age Boy" by Satoshi Kitamura
      • Make a chart to compare how people lived in Prehistoric times compared to how we live today.
        • ELA Standards
          • RL.PK.7 With prompting and support, students will engage in a picture walk to make connections between self, illustrations, and the story.
          • RL.K.9a. With prompting and support, students will make cultural connections to text and self.
      • Look at the illustrations of the animals on the inside covers. What animals do you see? How many of them are still alive today?
        • Science Standards
          • P-LS1-1 Observe familiar plants and animals (including humans) and describe what the need to survive.
          • K-ESS3-1 Use a model to represent the relationship between the needs of different plants or animal (including humans) and the places they live.
      • How did the prehistoric artists make their cave paintings? What tools did they use? Why did they choose those colors?
        • Visual Art Standards
          • VA:Cr3.1.K Reflect on and explain the process of making art.
    • Pre-K Activity Create Fossils of Plants in Plaster
      • Create a fossil of a plant by pressing it into wet plaster, then removing it when the plaster hardens.
        • Visual Art Standards
          • VA:Cr2.1.PK Use a variety of art making tools
      • What is solid? What is liquid? What happens to the plaster when it hardens? (it goes from being a liquid to a solid).
        • Science Standards
          • P-PS1-1. Ask questions and use observations to test the claim that different kinds of matter exist as either solid or liquid.
      • Collect Plants
        • Name four parts of a plant: roots, stem, leaf, flower
        • Name the plant
      • Materials
        • paper cups - cut down to 1" above bottom
        • plaster of Paris
        • Zip lock bags - sandwich size
        • Water
        • Plant material
        • Paper clip - to make hanger
    • Kindergarten Activity Create Prehistoric Cave Drawings
      • Imagine you are a Stone Age kid. What animals would you draw? Create a drawing for the inside of a cave. When finished share what you created with the class.
        • Visual Art Standards
          • VA:Cr1.2.K Engage collaboratively in creative art making in response to an artistic problem.
          • VA:Re.8.1.K With guidance, share observations comparing artworks.
      • Materials
        • Brown butcher paper or paper bags
        • Earth Tone Calk Pastels or Crayons
        • Reference images of animals
    • PreK-Kindergarten Lascaux Virtual Tour
      • Examine images from the Lascaux caves and discuss what you see. Play "I spy." What do the drawings represent? Imagine what it would have been like to make that artwork.
        • Visual Art Standards
          • VA:Re.7.2.K Describe what an image represents.
        • ELA Standards
          • RL.PK.1 With prompting and support, ask and answer about detail(s) in a text.
          • RL.K.1. With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
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      • Why have the drawings from Lascaux lasted so long?Where should we display our drawings if we want them to be safe?
        • Visual Art Standards
          • VA:Pr5.1.PK Idntify places where art may displayed or saved
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