Art Links

 

This is the art links section about Barbara Kerley's lesson on color.

Click here if you wish to return to Kerley's title page.

I teach Preschool Kindergarten Art for 3 to 5 year olds at St. John's Methodist Church.

This lesson is geared to 4 year olds.

We will learn where color comes from, what categories we put color into and color a rainbow in the correct color sequence:  ROY G BIV (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


http://www.avalon-arts.com/studio/ideas.html
I really liked this site. I have used several of the recipes for making Playdo, Faux Snow and Flubber. It has a resource area with books for preschool teachers as well as teaching tips and many lessons for seasonal art.


http://www.dcboces.org/teachers/cthomas/art.html
This is a general art history link divided into four main areas:
Primary
Intermediate
Secondary
K-12
This site does not have any pop-ups or sponsored links.


http://www.talentteacher.com/index.html
This website is a good example of many of the things that we have used in this class to create a good web site. It has a left menu bar to scroll up and down with an example of art projects to try. After selecting a picture, the (powerpoint) program has easy to understand instructions with buttons to move forward, back or main menu. At the end of the section, it has one animated gif that spins. The site is great for parents with young kids as well as preschool teachers.


http://www.teacherfiles.com/clip_art.htm
I primarily use this site to get free clipart. The site also has several other areas including,
Units for intergraded computer lessons,
Lessons for teaching art as well as other subject areas
Links for teachers of all subject areas.


http://www.crayola.com/
Sponsored by the crayola crayon company, this site has a lot to offer. It has lot of lessons for all kinds of classes including preschool through 12 grade. It also has all their products for sell. I have enjoyed looking at the art lessons for preschool.

 

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http://rpsec.usca.edu/Classwork/731sp2004/Lesson/Kerley/kerleycolorpage3.html (February,2004)

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