Renee Goularte Creating Art With Kids

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Math-integrated art activity ideas. Students use and interpret geometry vocabulary, apply their knowledge of geometric and other math terms, use measuring skills, consider symmetry and three-dimensions, and work on estimating skills, all in the
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Art meets informational text with these art lessons inspired by artists Marc Chagall, Wassily Kandinsky, and Henri Matisse. Activate students' imaginations as they observe and discuss art; work with the art elements line, shape, color, and space;
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These math-integrated art lessons focus on bilateral symmetry and radial symmetry and the elements of art: line, shape, color, pattern, texture, and space. Positive Negative Notan Design is a challenging activity that uses radial symmetry and
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This math-integrated art lesson is based on the Japanese design concept of Notan, which focuses on the contrast between light and dark. It is an excellent way to introduce positive and negative space and the concept of mirror-imaging. Some
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Art meets informational text with this math-integrated art activity, in which students use geometric and organic shapes in warm and cool colors to create a composition that shows rhythm and movement. The lesson is introduced with a “looking at
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Integrate Art and Geometry with this failure-proof collage lesson that introduces students to average and standard proportions of the human body. Students work with geometric shapes to create a one-color collage that represents a human figure in
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This math related art lesson focuses on line, pattern, texture, and negative space. Students create abstract landscapes filled with different types of lines and line patterns to create a variety of textures. The lesson is introduced with an art
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Art meets informational text with this math-integrated drawing activity that focuses on geometry vocabulary and the art elements line, shape, color, and space. Students use their listening skills and have the opportunity to use and interpret math
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This math-connected Kandinsky-inspired art lesson is easy, fun, and foolproof. Students’ creativity is activated as they use circles and dots to create a non-representational, abstract composition that shows unity and balance. This is a mixed-media
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This math-integrated art lesson focuses on bilateral symmetry and the use of geometric shapes and proportion. It is easy to teach, fun for kids, and gives students the opportunity to be creative while applying their knowledge of bilateral symmetry.
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Develop fine motor skills through art! These five simple art lessons focus on fine motor skills. They isolate and then combine lines and shapes in activities that encourage creativity while providing concentrated practice with scissors and glue.
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These four math integrated art lessons focus on shape as an element of design. Three of these activities can be used to supplement geometry lessons, and each of them can be differentiated for varying student abilities and made more challenging to
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This abstract art lesson is embedded with math from start to finish. Deceptively simple to introduce, this lesson presents students with a problem-solving task requiring a specific number of shapes and colors. These parameters make the activity
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Integrate math and art with this deceptively simple art lesson. Supportive of Common Core math standards addressing building, modeling, identifying, and drawing shapes, this lesson would be particularly helpful before students start practicing
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With this language and math-integrated directed drawing lesson, students practice drawing simple geometric shapes (oval, circle, triangle, rectangles) to create an elephant. Individual drawing styles and creativity are encouraged. The lesson
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This math-connected, five-part art lesson is embedded with fine motor skill development. Kindergarten students work with line, shape, color and texture to produce an abstract composition inspired by Wassily Kandinsky. This comprehensive art lesson
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This math-integrated art lesson focuses on shape, color theory, and the use of negative space. It requires students to consider what geometric shapes might be used to represent facial features. Geometric shapes are used to create an abstract face
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Math vocabulary in art is the focus of this art observation activity that integrates Art with Language Arts and Math. Students observe ‘with a math eye’ to identify the use of mathematical elements in well-known art work. Art and math are naturally
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Introduce radial symmetry with this poetry-integrated art lesson. Students focus on shape and line as elements of art as they create a collage using repeated geometric shapes and other shapes to create a sunflake design. This a simple lesson can
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This math-connected, no-prep art lesson can be used to introduce the concept of a non-representational art. Students create an abstract composition using only one shape, with as many variations and colors of that shape as they desire. The lesson
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a retired elementary school teacher / art educator, a working artist, and a writer. My teaching career began in San Jose, CA in 1988 in a third grade classroom. I soon moved to 2/3 combination classes and then spent four years teaching in a Multiage 1-2-3 program, which I started with a colleague. I have also taught a 4/5 combination class and Kindergarten, and have worked specifically with GATE students, ELL students, and at-risk students in all elementary grades, In my last two years of teaching before I retired in 2010, I taught Art to Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students for two years. For me, teaching Art was coming full circle. In addition to my work in the classroom, I have written articles on teaching, written lessons professionally, maintained a number of websites and blogs, and facilitated math, language, and art workshops for teachers and parents.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in and support hands-on, active learning that touches all learning styles. I know from personal experience that visual literacy is an important component of the curriculum, and that creativity can be fostered and nurtured. As a classroom teacher I enjoyed teaching thematically and including student's interests in the curriculum whenever possible.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

The most cherished honors I've received have been the feedback of now-adult former students.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Art and English from San Jose State University, where I also earned Standard Secondary and Multiple Subjects teaching credentials, as well as a Master's Degree in Elementary Education with a focus in Mathematics. I am also Montessori-certified. I have been a teacher, a writer, and an artist, and I am a perpetual student. Beyond my formal education, I have learned volumes from the many students I've taught over the years.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Presenter: California Association for Bilingual Education, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010 Presenter: California Mathematics Council North Conference at Asilomar, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

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