At Home Art Activities
Hello Creekview Parents and Students,
We miss seeing all of your smiling faces everyday, and we hope that you and your families are all doing well! This week, we wanted to give you some optional activities that you can do. Again, these are optional, but we know that many of you miss being creative and you are ready to make something. We also understand that most of you do not have all the art materials that we use at school. That is okay! Please use whatever you have, even if it is just a pencil or crayon.
Week of March 23rd
K-1 - Draw something or someone that you love.
2-3 - When the weather is nice, go outside and draw a tree in your yard. Look at the texture, bark, leaves and branches. Feel free to add extras to make it creative.
4-5 - When the weather is nice, go outside and draw your house or neighbor's house. Look closely at all the details on the doors and windows. Be creative. What fun things can you hide in your picture?
If you are able to do the assignment, we would love to see them! Take a picture and email them to us, we would love to see your amazing creations! Please include your name, grade and color group on the subject line. Have fun!
Mrs. Grace Nguyen Mr. Tim Trammell
Art Teacher Art Teacher
Creekview Elementary Creekview Elementary
281.357.3070 EXT. 5288 281.357.3070 EXT.5287
Additional fun online art activities:
Week of March 23rd
- Metropolitan Museum of Art for Kids https://www.metmuseum.org/art/online-features/metkids/
- Mark Kistler has a free daily live "Hour of Pencil Power!" webcast on Youtube. I have many of his books and use a lot of his drawing techniques in class. https://markkistler.com/
- Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems daily at 1 p.m. ET: https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems/
- Draw everyday with author and illustrator Jarret J. Krosoczka at 2 p.m. ET: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8yhH7AHty8&list=PLg9gpgNtuVmFqtseQCKFWZml6dfdLugwt