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Introduction to 3-D Art-Period 6 Assignments

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Doodle4Google Assignment in Google Classroom

Doodle4Google Assignment

Create a Google logo based on the theme "My wish for the next 25 years."  Include your information and parent signature.  Turn in a hardcopy to Mrs. Dizon or digital work.

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Doodle4Google Assignment in Google Classroom

Doodle4Google Assignment

Create a Google logo based on the theme "My wish for the next 25 years."  Include your information and parent signature.  Turn in a hardcopy to Mrs. Dizon or digital work.

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Doodle4Google Assignment in Google Classroom

Doodle4Google Assignment

Create a Google logo based on the theme "My wish for the next 25 years."  Include your information and parent signature.  Turn in a hardcopy to Mrs. Dizon or digital work.

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Doodle4Google Assignment in Google Classroom

Doodle4Google Assignment

Create a Google logo based on the theme "My wish for the next 25 years."  Include your information and parent signature.  Turn in a hardcopy to Mrs. Dizon or digital work.

Past Assignments

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"Being Water Wise" Art Contest  in Google Classroom

"Being Water Wise" Art Contest

Upload two progress photos and your final photo - on paper or digital.  Include which category you chose in the private comments.  Last year, seniors Jessica Leung was 2nd place, and Jenny Luo was 4th place.  Their work is depicted below.  Your due date is Friday, February 23rd.    

Contest Prizes:
$100 cash prize for students who receive 1st Place!
3rd Grade Category; 4th Grade Category; 5th Grade Category, Middle School Category (6th-8th Grade); and High School Category (9th-12th Grade)
     

Contest Rules
Artwork should be drawn on 12” X 18” or 8.5” X 11” size white poster board or white drawing paper that has no lines. Under or oversized artwork WILL NOT be accepted.
Digital artwork must be 3600px x 5400px size with 300dpi resolution.
Students who draw on digital notepads, drawing tablets, or graphic tablets must note that no photographs, television, or videos will be accepted.
Artwork must depict various conservation or waterwise uses:
a.      inside or outside of the home or school;
b.      in industries or businesses;
c.      in the environment (nature);
d.      in agriculture;
e.      in recreation; or
f.       cleanliness/proper hygiene
“Being Water Wise Is…” is the overall theme. A “short” water message must be written on the artwork (not necessarily the words water is life). The less text the better.
Artwork with misspelled words will not be selected.
Bold, bright, brilliant colors show up the best. Students may use the following art media: crayons, markers, pencils, paints, watercolors, chalk, cut paper, or fabric.
Artwork must be original (no traced, trademarked, or copyrighted characters, slogans, i.e., Disney Sponge Bob, Dora the Explorer, etc.) No repeat artwork from past years.
Walnut Valley Water District reserves the right to question or disqualify any artwork that is not the work of the student based on their age and grade level.

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"Being Water Wise" Art Contest  in Google Classroom

"Being Water Wise" Art Contest

Upload two progress photos and your final photo - on paper or digital.  Include which category you chose in the private comments.  Last year, seniors Jessica Leung was 2nd place, and Jenny Luo was 4th place.  Their work is depicted below.  Your due date is Friday, February 23rd.    

Contest Prizes:
$100 cash prize for students who receive 1st Place!
3rd Grade Category; 4th Grade Category; 5th Grade Category, Middle School Category (6th-8th Grade); and High School Category (9th-12th Grade)
     

Contest Rules
Artwork should be drawn on 12” X 18” or 8.5” X 11” size white poster board or white drawing paper that has no lines. Under or oversized artwork WILL NOT be accepted.
Digital artwork must be 3600px x 5400px size with 300dpi resolution.
Students who draw on digital notepads, drawing tablets, or graphic tablets must note that no photographs, television, or videos will be accepted.
Artwork must depict various conservation or waterwise uses:
a.      inside or outside of the home or school;
b.      in industries or businesses;
c.      in the environment (nature);
d.      in agriculture;
e.      in recreation; or
f.       cleanliness/proper hygiene
“Being Water Wise Is…” is the overall theme. A “short” water message must be written on the artwork (not necessarily the words water is life). The less text the better.
Artwork with misspelled words will not be selected.
Bold, bright, brilliant colors show up the best. Students may use the following art media: crayons, markers, pencils, paints, watercolors, chalk, cut paper, or fabric.
Artwork must be original (no traced, trademarked, or copyrighted characters, slogans, i.e., Disney Sponge Bob, Dora the Explorer, etc.) No repeat artwork from past years.
Walnut Valley Water District reserves the right to question or disqualify any artwork that is not the work of the student based on their age and grade level.

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"Being Water Wise" Art Contest  in Google Classroom

"Being Water Wise" Art Contest

Upload two progress photos and your final photo - on paper or digital.  Include which category you chose in the private comments.  Last year, seniors Jessica Leung was 2nd place, and Jenny Luo was 4th place.  Their work is depicted below.  Your due date is Friday, February 23rd.    

Contest Prizes:
$100 cash prize for students who receive 1st Place!
3rd Grade Category; 4th Grade Category; 5th Grade Category, Middle School Category (6th-8th Grade); and High School Category (9th-12th Grade)
     

Contest Rules
Artwork should be drawn on 12” X 18” or 8.5” X 11” size white poster board or white drawing paper that has no lines. Under or oversized artwork WILL NOT be accepted.
Digital artwork must be 3600px x 5400px size with 300dpi resolution.
Students who draw on digital notepads, drawing tablets, or graphic tablets must note that no photographs, television, or videos will be accepted.
Artwork must depict various conservation or waterwise uses:
a.      inside or outside of the home or school;
b.      in industries or businesses;
c.      in the environment (nature);
d.      in agriculture;
e.      in recreation; or
f.       cleanliness/proper hygiene
“Being Water Wise Is…” is the overall theme. A “short” water message must be written on the artwork (not necessarily the words water is life). The less text the better.
Artwork with misspelled words will not be selected.
Bold, bright, brilliant colors show up the best. Students may use the following art media: crayons, markers, pencils, paints, watercolors, chalk, cut paper, or fabric.
Artwork must be original (no traced, trademarked, or copyrighted characters, slogans, i.e., Disney Sponge Bob, Dora the Explorer, etc.) No repeat artwork from past years.
Walnut Valley Water District reserves the right to question or disqualify any artwork that is not the work of the student based on their age and grade level.

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"Being Water Wise" Art Contest  in Google Classroom

"Being Water Wise" Art Contest

Upload two progress photos and your final photo - on paper or digital.  Include which category you chose in the private comments.  Last year, seniors Jessica Leung was 2nd place, and Jenny Luo was 4th place.  Their work is depicted below.  Your due date is Friday, February 23rd.    

Contest Prizes:
$100 cash prize for students who receive 1st Place!
3rd Grade Category; 4th Grade Category; 5th Grade Category, Middle School Category (6th-8th Grade); and High School Category (9th-12th Grade)
     

Contest Rules
Artwork should be drawn on 12” X 18” or 8.5” X 11” size white poster board or white drawing paper that has no lines. Under or oversized artwork WILL NOT be accepted.
Digital artwork must be 3600px x 5400px size with 300dpi resolution.
Students who draw on digital notepads, drawing tablets, or graphic tablets must note that no photographs, television, or videos will be accepted.
Artwork must depict various conservation or waterwise uses:
a.      inside or outside of the home or school;
b.      in industries or businesses;
c.      in the environment (nature);
d.      in agriculture;
e.      in recreation; or
f.       cleanliness/proper hygiene
“Being Water Wise Is…” is the overall theme. A “short” water message must be written on the artwork (not necessarily the words water is life). The less text the better.
Artwork with misspelled words will not be selected.
Bold, bright, brilliant colors show up the best. Students may use the following art media: crayons, markers, pencils, paints, watercolors, chalk, cut paper, or fabric.
Artwork must be original (no traced, trademarked, or copyrighted characters, slogans, i.e., Disney Sponge Bob, Dora the Explorer, etc.) No repeat artwork from past years.
Walnut Valley Water District reserves the right to question or disqualify any artwork that is not the work of the student based on their age and grade level.

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Wire Armature Week 3 Progress  in Google Classroom

Wire Armature Week 3 Progress

Post your week 3 progress on the Padlet.

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Wire Armature Week 3 Progress  in Google Classroom

Wire Armature Week 3 Progress

Post your week 3 progress on the Padlet.

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Wire Armature Week 3 Progress  in Google Classroom

Wire Armature Week 3 Progress

Post your week 3 progress on the Padlet.

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Water Poster Progress in Google Classroom

Water Poster Progress

Upload a picture of your water poster so far.  Write a short caption explaining what you have created and which category you have chosen.

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Water Poster Progress in Google Classroom

Water Poster Progress

Upload a picture of your water poster so far.  Write a short caption explaining what you have created and which category you have chosen.

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Water Poster Progress in Google Classroom

Water Poster Progress

Upload a picture of your water poster so far.  Write a short caption explaining what you have created and which category you have chosen.

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Water Poster Progress in Google Classroom

Water Poster Progress

Upload a picture of your water poster so far.  Write a short caption explaining what you have created and which category you have chosen.

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Wire Armature Progress Week #2  in Google Classroom

Wire Armature Progress Week #2

Add an image of your work in progress on Padlet, and add your name.  We have 2 more weeks to work on this project.

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Padlet Week 1 Wire Armature in Google Classroom

Padlet Week 1 Wire Armature

Post your week 1 progress here.  Add your name to your project.

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Padlet Week 1 Wire Armature in Google Classroom

Padlet Week 1 Wire Armature

Post your week 1 progress here.  Add your name to your project.

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Padlet Week 1 Wire Armature in Google Classroom

Padlet Week 1 Wire Armature

Post your week 1 progress here.  Add your name to your project.

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Padlet Week 1 Wire Armature in Google Classroom

Padlet Week 1 Wire Armature

Post your week 1 progress here.  Add your name to your project.

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Wire Armature Sketches  in Google Classroom

Wire Armature Sketches

1. Draw the correct proportions of the human figure on one page. 
2. Draw 8 thumbnails of possible wire armatures poses to construct on the back of the paper. 
3.  Choose one pose and fill it in with color on a third page.

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Wire Armature Sketches  in Google Classroom

Wire Armature Sketches

1. Draw the correct proportions of the human figure on one page. 
2. Draw 8 thumbnails of possible wire armatures poses to construct on the back of the paper. 
3.  Choose one pose and fill it in with color on a third page.

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Wire Armature Sketches  in Google Classroom

Wire Armature Sketches

1. Draw the correct proportions of the human figure on one page. 
2. Draw 8 thumbnails of possible wire armatures poses to construct on the back of the paper. 
3.  Choose one pose and fill it in with color on a third page.

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January Journals in Google Classroom

January Journals

Submit your journals #1-3 here.


1. Summarize the video on Abstract Expressionism. Describe the art work, and the intention of the artists.  Include an image of your abstract work. 

2. Summarize the formal analysis between the two still lifes. How are they different? Are there any similarities?

3. Write a summary on the Museum of Modern Art video on artists transforming everyday objects.

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January Journals in Google Classroom

January Journals

Submit your journals #1-3 here.


1. Summarize the video on Abstract Expressionism. Describe the art work, and the intention of the artists.  Include an image of your abstract work. 

2. Summarize the formal analysis between the two still lifes. How are they different? Are there any similarities?

3. Write a summary on the Museum of Modern Art video on artists transforming everyday objects.

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January Journals in Google Classroom

January Journals

Submit your journals #1-3 here.


1. Summarize the video on Abstract Expressionism. Describe the art work, and the intention of the artists.  Include an image of your abstract work. 

2. Summarize the formal analysis between the two still lifes. How are they different? Are there any similarities?

3. Write a summary on the Museum of Modern Art video on artists transforming everyday objects.

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Gesture Drawings  in Google Classroom

Gesture Drawings

Upload images of your gesture drawings here.
-3, 1 minute poses
-2, 5 minute poses
-1, 10 minute pose

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Gesture Drawings  in Google Classroom

Gesture Drawings

Upload images of your gesture drawings here.
-3, 1 minute poses
-2, 5 minute poses
-1, 10 minute pose

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Gesture Drawings  in Google Classroom

Gesture Drawings

Upload images of your gesture drawings here.
-3, 1 minute poses
-2, 5 minute poses
-1, 10 minute pose

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Still Life Painting  in Google Classroom

Still Life Painting

Complete a still life painting using the acrylic paint in class. 
*Include two progress photos, and one photo with your finished painting.

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Still Life Painting  in Google Classroom

Still Life Painting

Complete a still life painting using the acrylic paint in class. 
*Include two progress photos, and one photo with your finished painting.

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Still Life Painting  in Google Classroom

Still Life Painting

Complete a still life painting using the acrylic paint in class. 
*Include two progress photos, and one photo with your finished painting.

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Wellness Wednesday #3  in Google Classroom

Wellness Wednesday #3

Watch the TEDxDBHS Talk by Mi-Hyun Sun titled "Love For What You Do."  Summarize her talk in a paragraph.

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Wellness Wednesday #3  in Google Classroom

Wellness Wednesday #3

Watch the TEDxDBHS Talk by Mi-Hyun Sun titled "Love For What You Do."  Summarize her talk in a paragraph.

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Wellness Wednesday #3  in Google Classroom

Wellness Wednesday #3

Watch the TEDxDBHS Talk by Mi-Hyun Sun titled "Love For What You Do."  Summarize her talk in a paragraph.

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Elements of Value - Still Life in Google Classroom

Elements of Value - Still Life

Submit the following:
1) Found Object - Abstract Drawing
2) Found Object (5 items) Still Life

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Elements of Value - Still Life in Google Classroom

Elements of Value - Still Life

Submit the following:
1) Found Object - Abstract Drawing
2) Found Object (5 items) Still Life

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Elements of Value - Still Life in Google Classroom

Elements of Value - Still Life

Submit the following:
1) Found Object - Abstract Drawing
2) Found Object (5 items) Still Life

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Elements of Value - Still Life in Google Classroom

Elements of Value - Still Life

Submit the following:
1) Found Object - Abstract Drawing
2) Found Object (5 items) Still Life

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Walnut Valley Water District Poster  in Google Classroom

Walnut Valley Water District Poster

Submissions are due by March 1st.  Upload your ideas and sketches here.

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Walnut Valley Water District Poster  in Google Classroom

Walnut Valley Water District Poster

Submissions are due by March 1st.  Upload your ideas and sketches here.

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Walnut Valley Water District Poster  in Google Classroom

Walnut Valley Water District Poster

Submissions are due by March 1st.  Upload your ideas and sketches here.

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Walnut Valley Water District Poster  in Google Classroom

Walnut Valley Water District Poster

Submissions are due by February 1st.  Upload your ideas and sketches here.  Please choose at category from A-F and indicate it in the private comments.

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Found Object Color Wheel in Google Classroom

Found Object Color Wheel

Find at least 12 objects in your house which match the 12 color wheel chart. Photograph your work.

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Found Object Color Wheel in Google Classroom

Found Object Color Wheel

Find at least 12 objects in your house which match the 12 color wheel chart. Photograph your work.

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Found Object Color Wheel in Google Classroom

Found Object Color Wheel

Find at least 12 objects in your house which match the 12 color wheel chart. Photograph your work.

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Found Object Color Wheel in Google Classroom

Found Object Color Wheel

Find at least 12 objects in your house which match the 12 color wheel chart. Photograph your work.

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Winter Break/Vision Board 2024 in Google Classroom

Winter Break/Vision Board 2024

Create two pages in Jamboard with 1) Images from your winter break and captions 2) Your New Year's vision board with at least images.  

You will be sharing these with your classmates. 

Make sure you share your Jamboard with anyone with a WVUSD account.

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Winter Break/Vision Board 2024 in Google Classroom

Winter Break/Vision Board 2024

Create two pages in Jamboard with 1) Images from your winter break and captions 2) Your New Year's vision board with at least images.  

You will be sharing these with your classmates. 

Make sure you share your Jamboard with anyone with a WVUSD account.

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Winter Break/Vision Board 2024 in Google Classroom

Winter Break/Vision Board 2024

Create two pages in Jamboard with 1) Images from your winter break and captions 2) Your New Year's vision board with at least images.  

You will be sharing these with your classmates. 

Make sure you share your Jamboard with anyone with a WVUSD account.

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Winter Break/Vision Board 2024 in Google Classroom

Winter Break/Vision Board 2024

Create two pages in Jamboard with 1) Images from your winter break and captions 2) Your New Year's vision board with at least images.  

You will be sharing these with your classmates. 

Make sure you share your Jamboard with anyone with a WVUSD account.

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November/December Journals in Google Classroom

November/December Journals

Submit #13-#17 journal prompts here.

12. What are the six stages of clay according to the video?
13. Define a zentangle.  Create a sample tangle pattern from the video.
14. Color Theory Terms: Add the word and definition on the second page on Kami.
15. Write a paragraph, or list the steps in creating a pinch pot and adding feet.
16. Post a picture of your pinch pot dessert in progress.  What are some things you need to do to complete the project?
17. Draw and color a Christmas ornament design.  Get a stamp for your design.  Take a picture of the final work.

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Pinch Pot Dessert Project  in Google Classroom

Pinch Pot Dessert Project

1. Include your design with a stamp 
2. Design with stamp
3. Progress Photo #1 - sculpting process
4. Progress Photo #2 - painting 
5.. Add a picture of the finished work

*Complete the rubric, grade yourself on the number scale, and write a reflection.

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November/December Journals in Google Classroom

November/December Journals

Submit #13-#17 journal prompts here.

12. What are the six stages of clay according to the video?
13. Define a zentangle.  Create a sample tangle pattern from the video.
14. Color Theory Terms: Add the word and definition on the second page on Kami.
15. Write a paragraph, or list the steps in creating a pinch pot and adding feet.
16. Post a picture of your pinch pot dessert in progress.  What are some things you need to do to complete the project?
17. Draw and color a Christmas ornament design.  Get a stamp for your design.  Take a picture of the final work.

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Pinch Pot Dessert Project  in Google Classroom

Pinch Pot Dessert Project

1. Include your design with a stamp 
2. Design with stamp
3. Progress Photo #1 - sculpting process
4. Progress Photo #2 - painting 
5.. Add a picture of the finished work

*Complete the rubric, grade yourself on the number scale, and write a reflection.

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November/December Journals in Google Classroom

November/December Journals

Submit #13-#17 journal prompts here.

12. What are the six stages of clay according to the video?
13. Define a zentangle.  Create a sample tangle pattern from the video.
14. Color Theory Terms: Add the word and definition on the second page on Kami.
15. Write a paragraph, or list the steps in creating a pinch pot and adding feet.
16. Post a picture of your pinch pot dessert in progress.  What are some things you need to do to complete the project?
17. Draw and color a Christmas ornament design.  Get a stamp for your design.  Take a picture of the final work.

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Pinch Pot Dessert Project  in Google Classroom

Pinch Pot Dessert Project

1. Include your design with a stamp 
2. Design with stamp
3. Progress Photo #1 - sculpting process
4. Progress Photo #2 - painting 
5.. Add a picture of the finished work

*Complete the rubric, grade yourself on the number scale, and write a reflection.

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November/December Journals in Google Classroom

November/December Journals

Submit #13-#17 journal prompts here.

12. What are the six stages of clay according to the video?
13. Define a zentangle.  Create a sample tangle pattern from the video.
14. Color Theory Terms: Add the word and definition on the second page on Kami.
15. Write a paragraph, or list the steps in creating a pinch pot and adding feet.
16. Post a picture of your pinch pot dessert in progress.  What are some things you need to do to complete the project?
17. Draw and color a Christmas ornament design.  Get a stamp for your design.  Take a picture of the final work.

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Pinch Pot Dessert Project  in Google Classroom

Pinch Pot Dessert Project

1. Include your design with a stamp 
2. Design with stamp
3. Progress Photo #1 - sculpting process
4. Progress Photo #2 - painting 
5.. Add a picture of the finished work

*Complete the rubric, grade yourself on the number scale, and write a reflection.

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Color Scheme - Paint Assignment in Google Classroom

Color Scheme - Paint Assignment

1) On a separate sheet of drawing paper, use paint to create the following:
a. 8 shade greyscale
b. 8 shade skin tone
c. 8 shade monochromatic scale - choose any color


Create 1 inch by 2 inch squares right next to each other.    

Extra Credit: Complete the color wheel using paint.

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Color Scheme - Paint Assignment in Google Classroom

Color Scheme - Paint Assignment

1) On a separate sheet of drawing paper, use paint to create the following:
a. 8 shade greyscale
b. 8 shade skin tone
c. 8 shade monochromatic scale - choose any color


Create 1 inch by 2 inch squares right next to each other.    

2) Complete the color wheel using paint.

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Wellness Week #16  in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #16

What are some ways you can challenge negative self talk?

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Wellness Week #16  in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #16

What are some ways you can challenge negative self talk?

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Wellness Week #16  in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #16

What are some ways you can challenge negative self talk?

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Pinch Pot Design  in Google Classroom

Pinch Pot Design

Create a pinch pot that resembles a dessert or sweet treat.  Add feet and a lid to your work.  Take a photo of your work with a stamp.

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Pinch Pot Design  in Google Classroom

Pinch Pot Design

Create a pinch pot that resembles a dessert or sweet treat.  Add feet and a lid to your work.  Take a photo of your work with a stamp.

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Pinch Pot Design  in Google Classroom

Pinch Pot Design

Create a pinch pot that resembles a dessert or sweet treat.  Add feet and a lid to your work.  Take a photo of your work with a stamp.

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Wellness Wednesday #15  in Google Classroom

Wellness Wednesday #15

What are some things you are grateful for? How did you practice self care during Thanksgiving break?

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Thanksgiving Pie Chart and Jamboard  in Google Classroom

Thanksgiving Pie Chart and Jamboard

1) How was your Thanksgiving break? Fill out the pie chart on google slides. Follow the instructions below. Check out my pie chart as an example.

Step 1: Open the Google Docs document where you want to add a pie chart on your PC.
Step 2: Click on Insert, followed by Chart. Then select Pie from the menu.
Step 3: A pie chart with sample data will be added in Docs.

2) Create a Jamboard page of your Thanksgiving break.  Include five pictures and post it notes of what you did.

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Thanksgiving Pie Chart and Jamboard  in Google Classroom

Thanksgiving Pie Chart and Jamboard

1) How was your Thanksgiving break? Fill out the pie chart on google slides. Follow the instructions below. Check out my pie chart as an example.

Step 1: Open the Google Docs document where you want to add a pie chart on your PC.
Step 2: Click on Insert, followed by Chart. Then select Pie from the menu.
Step 3: A pie chart with sample data will be added in Docs.

2) Create a Jamboard page of your Thanksgiving break.  Include five pictures and post it notes of what you did.

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Animal Zentangle Triptych Assignment  in Google Classroom

Animal Zentangle Triptych Assignment

1. Choose an animal to draw and find a picture with a detailed silhouette.  Get a stamp for your drawing.    
2. Get 9 x 12 inch drawing paper.  Divide your drawing in to three sections.  
3. Use a ruler to leave a half inch border around the drawing and in between the three sections.   
4. Add 10 different zentangles to your drawing.  Begin with pencil, and go over your work with ink.
5. Fill in the Google slides with the progress photos with stamps

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Animal Zentangle Triptych Assignment  in Google Classroom

Animal Zentangle Triptych Assignment

1. Choose an animal to draw and find a picture with a detailed silhouette.  Get a stamp for your drawing.    
2. Get 9 x 12 inch drawing paper.  Divide your drawing in to three sections.  
3. Use a ruler to leave a half inch border around the drawing and in between the three sections.   
4. Add 10 different zentangles to your drawing.  Begin with pencil, and go over your work with ink.
5. Fill in the Google slides with the progress photos with stamps

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Clean Up Assignment - Clay Mask  in Google Classroom

Clean Up Assignment - Clay Mask

Clean one mask, one paint palette or bowl, and three tools for 30 points.  Make sure there is no paint on these items.
Post a picture of your cleaned supplies and assigned sink station here.  
Tables 1, 2, and 3 are in charge of cleaning Station #1. 
Tables 4, 5, and 6 are in charge of cleaning Station #2. 
Tables 7, 8, and 9 are in charge of cleaning Station #3.  
Stack your clean supplies neatly on the paper towel in the front of the classroom.  
Use the green side of the sponge to help you remove the paint and gesso.  
Use the soap to clean the brushes so there is no paint remaining on the brush.

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Clay Mask Project  in Google Classroom

Clay Mask Project

Include the following progress photos: 

1. Clay Mask Design with Stamp
2. Progress Photo #1 (bone dry stage) 
3. Progress Photo #2 (clay mask with paint) 
5. Progress Photo #3 (finished clay mask with paint)

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Clay Mask Project  in Google Classroom

Clay Mask Project

Include the following progress photos: 

1. Clay Mask Design with Stamp
2. Progress Photo #1 (bone dry stage) 
3. Progress Photo #2 (clay mask with paint) 
5. Progress Photo #3 (finished clay mask with paint)

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Wellness Week #12  in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #12

What was the last dream that you remembered?  Describe it in as much detail as you can.  According to the dream books, what is the symbolism of your dream, if any?

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Wellness Week #12  in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #12

What was the last dream that you remembered?  Describe it in as much detail as you can.  According to the dream books, what is the symbolism of your dream, if any?

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October Journals in Google Classroom

October Journals

Copy and paste the prompts in your journal along with your responses.  Make sure to include any pictures required.  

8.  Name 5 different types of paint.  Name different types of brush shapes.

9. Define tint, color and shade.  Take a photo of one of our squares from the optical illusion cube with all the colors.

10. Post a picture of your clay mask design with the stamp.  Add color to your work.   
 
11. Write down the definitions of the types of line in the PowerPoint.  On a separate sheet of paper, illustrate the type of lines (actual line, implied line, outlines, static lines, dynamic lines) and add labels.

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October Journals in Google Classroom

October Journals

Copy and paste the prompts in your journal along with your responses.  Make sure to include any pictures required.  

8.  Name 5 different types of paint.  Name different types of brush shapes.

9. Define tint, color and shade.  Take a photo of one of our squares from the optical illusion cube with all the colors.

10. Post a picture of your clay mask design with the stamp.  Add color to your work.   
 
11. Write down the definitions of the types of line in the PowerPoint.  On a separate sheet of paper, illustrate the type of lines (actual line, implied line, outlines, static lines, dynamic lines) and add labels.

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Inktober Week #4 in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #4

It's the last week of Inktober!  Draw 3 Inktober prompts. October 24-31. Make sure to label your prompts.  Make sure to also label these prompts.

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Inktober Week #4 in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #4

It's the last week of Inktober!  Draw 3 Inktober prompts. October 24-31. Make sure to label your prompts.  Make sure to also label these prompts.

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Inktober Week #4 in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #4

It's the last week of Inktober!  Draw 3 Inktober prompts. October 24-31. Make sure to label your prompts.  Make sure to also label these prompts.

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Inktober Week #4 in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #4

It's the last week of Inktober!  Draw 3 Inktober prompts. October 24-31. Make sure to label your prompts.  Make sure to also label these prompts.

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Wellness Week #11  in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #11

Download the How We Feel App.  Check in, and upload a photo of your mood.

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Wellness Week #11  in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #11

Download the How We Feel App.  Check in, and upload a photo of your mood.

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Wellness Week #11  in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #11

Download the How We Feel App.  Check in, and upload a photo of your mood.

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Wellness Week #11  in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #11

Download the How We Feel App.  Check in, and upload a photo of your mood.

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Slab Project Sketch  in Google Classroom

Slab Project Sketch

For your first clay project, draw a full mask or a face with three different textures.  Add captions describing your textures.  Add color to your work, as we will be painting these slabs after they dry.  Get a stamp for your work in order to get clay.

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Inktober Week #3  in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #3

Choose 3 Inktober prompts from October 17-23. Make sure to label your prompts.

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Ceramic Tools Vocabulary in Google Classroom

Ceramic Tools Vocabulary

Complete the vocabulary chart using the Ceramic Tools handouts.

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Ceramic Tools Vocabulary in Google Classroom

Ceramic Tools Vocabulary

Complete the vocabulary chart using the Ceramic Tools handouts.

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Ceramic Tools Vocabulary in Google Classroom

Ceramic Tools Vocabulary

Complete the vocabulary chart using the Ceramic Tools handouts.

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Ceramic Tools Vocabulary in Google Classroom

Ceramic Tools Vocabulary

Complete the vocabulary chart using the Ceramic Tools handouts.

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Wellness Wednesday #10  in Google Classroom

Wellness Wednesday #10

Fill in the vision board with words or images.  
1) Words to live by 
2) Things I will do 
3) Places I will go 
4) Books I will read 
5) How I will feel
6) Priorities I will remember 
7) Ways I will love 

Instead of the worksheet, you may begin a Jamboard to complete this assignment.

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Optical Illusion Art Cube  in Google Classroom

Optical Illusion Art Cube

Challenge: Create an optical illusion art cube.  

1. Pick one primary color or secondary color.  
2. Use water color pencils to fill in a 1) tint of the color, 2) the pure color, and 3) shade of the color.  
3. Cut out your cube and paste it or tape it together.  
4. Take a few photos of your work.

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Optical Illusion Art Cube  in Google Classroom

Optical Illusion Art Cube

Challenge: Create an optical illusion art cube.  

1. Pick one primary color or secondary color.  
2. Use water color pencils to fill in a 1) tint of the color, 2) the pure color, and 3) shade of the color.  
3. Cut out your cube and paste it or tape it together.  
4. Take a few photos of your work.

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Optical Illusion Art Cube  in Google Classroom

Optical Illusion Art Cube

Challenge: Create an optical illusion art cube.  

1. Pick one primary color or secondary color.  
2. Use water color pencils to fill in a 1) tint of the color, 2) the pure color, and 3) shade of the color.  
3. Cut out your cube and paste it or tape it together.  
4. Take a few photos of your work.

Due:

Optical Illusion Art Cube  in Google Classroom

Optical Illusion Art Cube

Challenge: Create an optical illusion art cube.  

1. Pick one primary color or secondary color.  
2. Use water color pencils to fill in a 1) tint of the color, 2) the pure color, and 3) shade of the color.  
3. Cut out your cube and paste it or tape it together.  
4. Take a few photos of your work.

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Inktober Week #2 in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #2

Complete 3 prompts from #9 - #16.  Make sure to label your prompts as well.

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Wellness Wednesday #9  in Google Classroom

Wellness Wednesday #9

Choose one person to borrow an item from the Calm Corner. How does this item make you feel? If you had a calm corner, what kinds of things would put to feel at ease?

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Wellness Wednesday #9  in Google Classroom

Wellness Wednesday #9

Choose one person to borrow an item from the Calm Corner. How does this item make you feel? If you had a calm corner, what kinds of things would put to feel at ease?

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Clean Up Assignment in Google Classroom

Clean Up Assignment

Clean one bowl, one paint palette, and two brushes for 30 points.  Make sure there is no paint on these items.
Post a picture of your cleaned supplies here.  
Stack your clean supplies neatly on the paper towel in the front of the classroom.  
Use the green side of the sponge to help you remove the paint and gesso.  
Use the soap to clean the brushes so there is no paint remaining on the brush.  
Extra credit: Cleaning your assigned sink area or cleaning the paint out of the sink.  Take a photo of your work!

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Clean Up Assignment in Google Classroom

Clean Up Assignment

Clean one bowl, one paint palette, and two brushes for 30 points.  Make sure there is no paint on these items.
Post a picture of your cleaned supplies here.  
Stack your clean supplies neatly on the paper towel in the front of the classroom.  
Use the green side of the sponge to help you remove the paint and gesso.  
Use the soap to clean the brushes so there is no paint remaining on the brush.  
Extra credit: Cleaning your assigned sink area or cleaning the paint out of the sink.  Take a photo of your work!

Due:

Clean Up Assignment in Google Classroom

Clean Up Assignment

Clean one bowl, one paint palette, and two brushes for 30 points.  Make sure there is no paint on these items.
Post a picture of your cleaned supplies here.  
Stack your clean supplies neatly on the paper towel in the front of the classroom.  
Use the green side of the sponge to help you remove the paint and gesso.  
Use the soap to clean the brushes so there is no paint remaining on the brush.  
Extra credit: Cleaning your assigned sink area or cleaning the paint out of the sink.  Take a photo of your work!

Due:

Clean Up Assignment in Google Classroom

Clean Up Assignment

Clean one bowl, one paint palette, and two brushes for 30 points.  Make sure there is no paint on these items.
Post a picture of your cleaned supplies here.  
Stack your clean supplies neatly on the paper towel in the front of the classroom.  
Use the green side of the sponge to help you remove the paint and gesso.  
Use the soap to clean the brushes so there is no paint remaining on the brush.  
Extra credit: Cleaning your assigned sink area or cleaning the paint out of the sink.  Take a photo of your work!

Due:

Inktober Week #1 Best Prompt  in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #1 Best Prompt

Post a photo of your best prompt from week 1.  Add your name and the name of the prompt.

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Inktober Week #1 Best Prompt  in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #1 Best Prompt

Post a photo of your best prompt from week 1.  Add your name and the name of the prompt.

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Inktober Week #1 Best Prompt  in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #1 Best Prompt

Post a photo of your best prompt from week 1.  Add your name and the name of the prompt.

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Inktober Week #1 Best Prompt  in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #1 Best Prompt

Post a photo of your best prompt from week 1.  Add your name and the name of the prompt.

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Trademark Logo Project  in Google Classroom

Trademark Logo Project

1. Upload a picture of your trademark logo with stamp (pattern)  
2. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #1 (cardboard armature) 
3. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #2 (paper mache) 
4. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #3 (gesso painting/painting design) 
5. Completed Trademark Logo Project

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Inktober Week #1 in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #1

Choose 3 prompts to complete for week 1 of Inktober.  October 1-8.  Make sure to time your time on these assignment to earn all 30 points.

Due:

Trademark Logo Project  in Google Classroom

Trademark Logo Project

1. Upload a picture of your trademark logo with stamp (pattern)  
2. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #1 (cardboard armature) 
3. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #2 (paper mache) 
4. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #3 (gesso painting/painting design) 
5. Completed Trademark Logo Project

Due:

Inktober Week #1 in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #1

Choose 3 prompts to complete for week 1 of Inktober.  October 1-8.  Make sure to time your time on these assignment to earn all 30 points.

Due:

Trademark Logo Project  in Google Classroom

Trademark Logo Project

1. Upload a picture of your trademark logo with stamp (pattern)  
2. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #1 (cardboard armature) 
3. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #2 (paper mache) 
4. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #3 (gesso painting/painting design) 
5. Completed Trademark Logo Project

Due:

Inktober Week #1 in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #1

Choose 3 prompts to complete for week 1 of Inktober.  October 1-8.  Make sure to time your time on these assignment to earn all 30 points.

Due:

Trademark Logo Project  in Google Classroom

Trademark Logo Project

1. Upload a picture of your trademark logo with stamp (pattern)  
2. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #1 (cardboard armature) 
3. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #2 (paper mache) 
4. Trademark Logo Project Progress Week #3 (gesso painting/painting design) 
5. Completed Trademark Logo Project

Due:

Inktober Week #1 in Google Classroom

Inktober Week #1

Choose 3 prompts to complete for week 1 of Inktober.  October 1-8.  Make sure to time your time on these assignment to earn all 30 points.

Due:

September Journals in Google Classroom

September Journals

4. In numbered steps, list the process of how to paper mache.  Who is Dan Reeder?  What book(s)  has he published?

5. List the steps in the video in how to gesso a canvas.  Post of a photo of your trademark logo progress week 3.

6. Use both paper mache, and liquid starch for separate layers of your project.  Which do you prefer to work with and why?  Describe the texture and consistency of both.  Write at least a paragraph.

7. Upload a photo of your trademark logo project so far.  What do you need to do to make your project complete?

Due:

Principles of Design Google Slides  in Google Classroom

Principles of Design Google Slides

Add the title "Principles of Design" on a Google slide document.   Include the definition of the listed principle of design.  Include two images as examples of the specific principle.  Label the images. 


1) Movement 
2) Pattern
3) Emphasis  
4) Balance
5) Unity 
6) Variety 
7) Proportion

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Principles of Design Google Slides  in Google Classroom

Principles of Design Google Slides

Add the title "Principles of Design" on a Google slide document.   Include the definition of the listed principle of design.  Include two images as examples of the specific principle.  Label the images. 


1) Movement 
2) Pattern
3) Emphasis  
4) Balance
5) Unity 
6) Variety 
7) Proportion

Due:

Principles of Design Google Slides  in Google Classroom

Principles of Design Google Slides

Add the title "Principles of Design" on a Google slide document.   Include the definition of the listed principle of design.  Include two images as examples of the specific principle.  Label the images. 


1) Movement 
2) Pattern
3) Emphasis  
4) Balance
5) Unity 
6) Variety 
7) Proportion

Due:

Principles of Design Google Slides  in Google Classroom

Principles of Design Google Slides

Add the title "Principles of Design" on a Google slide document.   Include the definition of the listed principle of design.  Include two images as examples of the specific principle.  Label the images. 


1) Movement 
2) Pattern
3) Emphasis  
4) Balance
5) Unity 
6) Variety 
7) Proportion

Due:

Wellness Week #7  in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #7

What are the 8 words that are the secrets of success? This is part of your participation grade.

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Trademark Logo Week #2 Progress  in Google Classroom

Trademark Logo Week #2 Progress

Post your week #2 progress on the padlet for 10 points.

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Journal #6 Paper Mache or Liquid Starch  in Google Classroom

Journal #6 Paper Mache or Liquid Starch

Use both paper mache, and liquid starch for separate layers of your project. Which do you prefer to work with and why? Describe the texture and consistency of both. Write at least a paragraph.

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Wellness Week #6 in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #6

What are some things you do to take a tech break?

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Wellness Week #6 in Google Classroom

Wellness Week #6

What are some things you do to take a tech break?

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Trademark Logo Design in Google Classroom

Trademark Logo Design

1. Include 6 designs with your initials
2. Label the fonts which inspired your design.
3. Add your chosen colored design.  
4. Post your final design on the Padlet

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3-D Setting in Google Classroom

3-D Setting

Post a photo of the setting you created out of forms with your group.  Answer the following in the comments: What did you choose to create and why?  Write at least a paragraph.

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August Journals  in Google Classroom

August Journals

1. What was something you drew as a child?  Post an image of your work in your digital journal.



2. What are the elements of art, and principles of design?  List them, along with their definition.  Refer to the Getty Museum handouts, or posters in class.



3. Color Theory 
 Primary Colors -Secondary Colors - 
Tertiary Colors - 
Complementary Colors - 


When is your birthday?  What is your colorstrology?  Do you believe it to be true to your personality?  Explain.  

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Cover Art  in Google Classroom

Cover Art

Create a cover page for your journal.  Include drawings of at least 4 different three dimensional projects you would like to make in this class.  Label the projects.  Label different types of material you would like to use as well.  Include the title "Introduction to 3-D Design"

*Add your name to the Jamboard along with photo references of projects you want to complete.

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Cover Art  in Google Classroom

Cover Art

Create a cover page for your journal.  Include drawings of at least 4 different three dimensional projects you would like to make in this class.  Label the projects.  Label different types of material you would like to use as well.  Include the title "Introduction to 3-D Design"

*Add your name to the Jamboard along with photo references of projects you want to complete.

Due:

Donations Slip in Google Classroom

Donations Slip

Please read the donation slip, and get it signed by your parents.  Take a photo of the signatures and upload it online.  Also, turn in the paper copy and donations if any in class on Friday.

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Donations Slip in Google Classroom

Donations Slip

Please read the donation slip, and get it signed by your parents.  Take a photo of the signatures and upload it online.  Also, turn in the paper copy and donations if any in class on Friday.

Due:

Cover Art  in Google Classroom

Cover Art

Create a cover page for your journal.  Include drawings of at least 4 different three dimensional projects you would like to make in this class.  Label the projects.  Label different types of material you would like to use as well.  Include the title "Introduction to 3-D Design"

*Add your name to the Jamboard along with photo references of projects you want to complete.

Due:

Donations Slip in Google Classroom

Donations Slip

Please read the donation slip, and get it signed by your parents.  Take a photo of the signatures and upload it online.  Also, turn in the paper copy and donations if any in class on Friday.

Due:

Cover Art  in Google Classroom

Cover Art

Create a cover page for your journal.  Include drawings of at least 4 different three dimensional projects you would like to make in this class.  Label the projects.  Label different types of material you would like to use as well.  Include the title "Introduction to 3-D Design"

*Add your name to the Jamboard along with photo references of projects you want to complete.

Due:

Donations Slip in Google Classroom

Donations Slip

Please read the donation slip, and get it signed by your parents.  Take a photo of the signatures and upload it online.  Also, turn in the paper copy and donations if any in class on Friday.

Due:

Puzzle Drawing in Google Classroom

Puzzle Drawing

Complete the grid worksheet.  Take your time with this assignment, and begin with the easiest square to draw :)

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Puzzle Drawing in Google Classroom

Puzzle Drawing

Complete the grid worksheet.  Take your time with this assignment, and begin with the easiest square to draw :)

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Puzzle Drawing in Google Classroom

Puzzle Drawing

Complete the grid worksheet.  Take your time with this assignment, and begin with the easiest square to draw :)

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Puzzle Drawing in Google Classroom

Puzzle Drawing

Complete the grid worksheet.  Take your time with this assignment, and begin with the easiest square to draw :)

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3D Design Scavenger Hunt  in Google Classroom

3D Design Scavenger Hunt

You may work with a partner to complete the following assignment.  Please write down your partner's name in the private comments.

Due:

Introduction to 3- D Design Syllabus in Google Classroom

Introduction to 3- D Design Syllabus

Please submit the syllabus with both signatures by Friday.

Due:

3D Design Scavenger Hunt  in Google Classroom

3D Design Scavenger Hunt

You may work with a partner to complete the following assignment.  Please write down your partner's name in the private comments.

Due:

Introduction to 3- D Design Syllabus in Google Classroom

Introduction to 3- D Design Syllabus

Please submit the syllabus with both signatures by Friday.

Due:

3D Design Scavenger Hunt  in Google Classroom

3D Design Scavenger Hunt

You may work with a partner to complete the following assignment.  Please write down your partner's name in the private comments.

Due:

Introduction to 3- D Design Syllabus in Google Classroom

Introduction to 3- D Design Syllabus

Please submit the syllabus with both signatures by Friday.

Due:

3D Design Scavenger Hunt  in Google Classroom

3D Design Scavenger Hunt

You may work with a partner to complete the following assignment.  Please write down your partner's name in the private comments.

Due:

Introduction to 3- D Design Syllabus in Google Classroom

Introduction to 3- D Design Syllabus

Please submit the syllabus with both signatures by Friday.

Due:

Virtual Locker Room in Google Classroom

Virtual Locker Room

Complete the virtual classroom.  You may use other images outside of the ones provided.  Get creative!

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Virtual Locker Room in Google Classroom

Virtual Locker Room

Complete the virtual classroom.  You may use other images outside of the ones provided.  Get creative!

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Virtual Locker Room in Google Classroom

Virtual Locker Room

Complete the virtual classroom.  You may use other images outside of the ones provided.  Get creative!

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Virtual Locker Room in Google Classroom

Virtual Locker Room

Complete the virtual classroom.  You may use other images outside of the ones provided.  Get creative!