Matisse's Goldfish
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Hudson School District
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2Teacher: Jodi YoungmanTitle: Matisse's Goldfish# of Classes: 3-4Medium: Mixed Media
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Learning Targets:
I can use materials safely and appropriately
I can use line, shape, texture, space, and color in art
I can use pattern and balance in art
I can explain the difference between real and implied texture
Vocabulary: Matisse, collage, perspective, depth, pattern, oil pastel, Enduring Understanding:
People create and interact with objects, places, and design that define, shape, enhance, and empower their lives
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NAEA Standards:
Anchor Standard 1: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work
Anchor Standard 2: Organize and develop artistic ideas and work
Anchor Standard 3: Refine and complete artistic work

Materials & Resources:
12" X 18" Watercolor paper
Rulers
Pencils, erasers
Paint, brushes
water, containers
oil pastel
9" X 12" watercolor paper
watercolor paint
salt
skewers
scissors
glue
brown and green construction paper
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Procedures:
1. Read When Pigasso Met Mootise.
2. Introduce the art of Henri Matisse and the idea of persepctive
3. Demonstrate on the SmartBoard how to draw three lines to create a room that goes back in space
4. Students will choose one color for each wall of the room they drew.
5. Work time to paint
6. Next class, when the paint is dry, demonstrate how to use a ruler to create tile, wood, or brick floor and lines in perspective on the walls. Use oil pastel to draw the lines on the floor and add patterns on the walls.
7. When students are finished with their rooms, pass out the smaller watercolor paper and demonstrate different ways to design a unique fishbowl, encouraging creativity.
8. Work time to design bowls
9. Demonstrate how to draw the details of a fishbowl-treasure chest, fish, castle, etc. using pencil first and then oil pastel and a skewer to scratch into the oil pastel. Emphasize that they should not color the water at all.
10. Work time to completely design their fishbowls.
11. When most of the fishbowls are colored, demonstrate how to use watercolor to paint the water with cool colors and add salt to add texture.
12. Work time
13. Demonstrate different ways to draw a table using perspective on brown construction paper and leaves on green construction paper.
14. Work time to draw and cut out the tables and leaves. If fishbowls are dry, cut those out too.
15. Lay out the table, fishbowl, and leaves on the room painting and then glue them all together.
16. Assessment
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Connections:
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Art History: Henri Matisse
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Artistic Style: Fauvist
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Artist and/or Book: When Pigasso Met Mootise by Nina Laden or Feed Matisse's Fish by Julie Appei
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Elements: Line, Shape, Space, Color, Form, Texture, Value
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Principles: Pattern
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