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Home School Art Curriculum Spring 2011

Home School Art Curriculum Spring 2011

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Home School Art Classes
TT 2469 Iwo Jima Blvd 910.450.0497 www.lejeuneasymca.org
Age Break Down:3-5
Parents are required to interact and assisted children with all activities while the ASYMCAstaff guide the lesson. Lessons will consist of various age appropriate arts and crafts.6-11
Parents may choose remain present during the lesson, and are encouraged to assist theyouth with their projects if needed.12 and older
Parents may sign children in for their lesson. Parents are more than welcome tostay and assist children if desired, however it is not required, unless behavior is or becomes anissue.
All parents will be asked to sign a photo release form so that we may utilize pictures as ameans of advertisement.
There will be a contract signed outlying the agreement of the ASYMCA home schoolprogram and attendance procedures.
ome school will meet for 12 weeks beginning January 24 and will cost $70 per child.
The curriculum for each age group will vary as outline below. You will have the option tochoose from one of two class days (Mondays or Wednesdays) and times. Please note, onceyou have registered your child (ren) in class, you may not switch days.
Class size will be limited to 8 children per class time due to small class room size.
ondays Time Wednesdays Time3-5 year olds 9am-10am 3-5 year olds 10am-11am6-11 year olds 10:30am-11:45pm 6-11 year olds 12:30pm-1:45pm12 and older 12:30pm-2pm 12 and older 2pm-3:30pm
3-5 year old Curriculum/ Schedule
Date LessonJanuary 24 or 26 Decoupage Boxes
children will create colorfulboxes by adhering tissue paper and wrappingpaper scraps of their choice to different shapedboxes.January 31 or February 1 Giddy Up!
Children will create their very ownhorse using cardboard cylinders, yarn, maskingtape, and their imagination!February 7 or 9 Personal Bear Puzzles
Children will decorate theirvery own puzzle using a simple template and funmediumsFebruary 14 or 16 Dry Brushing
children will choose a ceramic pieceto paint in acrylic paintsFebruary 21 or 23 NO CLASS
Presidents Day
olidayFebruary 28 or March 2 Mardi Gras Masks
Children will use green, goldand purple feathers, markers, sequins, foamshapes, and more to make a their rendition of aMardi Gras maskMarch 7 or 9 Stuffed Stuff 
Children will construct large piecesof art from butcher paper, fill with stuffing and addyarn (if desired) to hang from the ceiling!March14 or 16 Crazy
children will create paper hats anddecorate them with crazy items of their choice.March 21 or 23 Blast Off!!!
children will create rockets out of streamers, aluminum foil, and space themedstickers!March 28 or 30 Dynamite Dinosaurs
Children will use paperplates to create moveable dinosaurs!April 4 or 6 Brown Bag Vests
Made from a simple brown bag,children can decorate Native American inspiredvests with their own colorful creationsApril 11 or 13 No Ordinary Octopus
Children start thinkingabout summertime this silly creation made fromstreamers, paper plates, sticker dots, and theirown coloring skills.April 18 or 20 Wash Cloth Bunnies/ Easter Cards
Children willturn an everyday washcloth into an adorablebunny, and create one of a kind Easter cards.
6-10 year old Curriculum/ Schedule
Date LessonJanuary 24 or 26 Pointillism Landscapes
In George Seuratsfootsteps, children will create beautiful landscapesusing the concept of pointillism.January 31 or February 1 Polymer Clay Self Sculptures
children will bechallenged to create themselves out of polymerclay. This is a great time for them to express whothey are other than just what we see thechallenge is the figure must be between 3 and 6in width and height.February 7 or 9 Dream Catchers
children will learn about theChippewas and Cherokee tribes dream catchersand create one of their own.February 14 or 16 Dry Brushing
children will learn the technique of dry brushing on ceramic pieces and take this homethe same day!!February 21 or 23 NO CLASS
Presidents Day
olidayFebruary 28 or March 2 Lincolns Log Cabin
Children will learn about
onest Abe while and build his log cabin withedible goodies!March 7 or 9 Mardi Gras Masks
Children will use green, goldand purple feathers, markers, sequins, foamshapes, and more to make a their rendition of aMardi Gras maskMarch14 or 16 Leprechaun Marionette
children will constructtheir very own marionette!March 21 or 23 Origami
children will create a variety of creationsusing the fine art of origami.March 28 or 30 Wooden Boxes
children will use wooden shapesand sticks to create a special wooden box or theirown.April 4 or 6 Brown Bag Kites
children will create a bag kiteusing mostly recycled materials and (hopefully
)see their kite to fly!April 11 or 13 Abstract Nature
After viewing some of GeorgiaOKeeffes flower paintings, children will createtheir own abstract nature pictures.April 18 or 20 Nail Collage/ Rope Wrapping
Children will usewooden blocks with pre-hammered nails to createbeautiful rope wrapping creations.

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