The Color Wheel Art Curriculum is a comprehensive art program designed to teach art to Transitional Kindergarten (TK) - 5th Grade.
The art program is divided up by the colors of the rainbow.
Each classroom will receive a color coded binder that includes everything they will need to teach the art program.
Each art lesson has full color photographs of; the featured artist, student's working on the projects, the final project , samples of the artists' work.
Step-by-step easy to follow instructions using the Modeling Teaching Strategy.
A detailed biography of the artist, historical figure, art movement or event.
The technical level of each art project is included to help the Art Docents (parent volunteers) and Teachers determine how much time is needed for the art project.
A detailed list of all art supplies and mediums needed to teach the lesson.
Most art lessons include templates to help save time and frustration.
Tips and art tricks to help Art Docent (parent volunteers) and/or Teachers keep the students engaged and on task when creating their artwork.
Training advice to support Art Docents (parent volunteers) and/or Teachers teaching art projects to children for the entire school year.
List of featured artists that have permanent displays at museums in California
Elements and Principals of Art, Definitions and Glossary of Words used in the Art Lessons
how does it work?
The art program consists of 12 art lessons for Transitional Kindergarten (TK) - 5th Grade. It was designed to introduce students to artists from different countries, eras and who work in a large variety of different mediums.
All of the art lessons and art projects have been tested and are designed to be age appropriate.
Younger students will be taught the basics art concepts and then as the students get older they will be introduced to more advanced art concepts.
The program was written to be taught by Art Docents (parent volunteers) and/or Teachers.
No art experience is needed to teach the Color Wheel Art Curriculum.
Each grade binder has detailed tips for teaching art,
Recommended on-site training at the beginning of each school year.
Prepping before the art projects can save a lot of time and frustration for the students. The time commitment before each project can range from just collecting the art supplies to tracing templates on a paper or canvas.
Most projects are designed to be completed in approximately an hour.
The entire art program was developed to be taught by "Modeling". Modeling is an instructional strategy in which the teacher/volunteer demonstrates a new concept or approach to learning and students learn by observing. Whenever a teacher/volunteer demonstrates a concept for a student that teacher is modeling.
included in Color Wheel Art Curriculum
The Color Wheel Art Curriculum is a one time fee to purchase the art program.
In addition each classroom will need to purchase a Color Wheel binder with all the art lessons and information. It is printed in full color and on high quality paper.
Art Docent (parent volunteer and Teacher (if needed) on-site training is included each year (recommended 1 -2 hours).
On-going customer support is included (email or phone response in 24 - 48 hours).
Cost of Art Supplies to be purchased and stored by school
LICENSING & RENEWAL (optional)
One small yearly licensing fee
On-going customer support (email response in 24 - 48 hours).
Art Docent on- site training (recommend 1 -2 hours).
Seven new art lessons included each year (1 per grade)