INTERMEDIATE SPECIAL AREA ASSIGNMENTS (RL)

Week 7: May 18 – 22, 2020

ART

ALL STUDENTS:

Two types of drawing prompts:

Intermediate Assignment: Chocolate Chip Cookies!

Click here for materials & instructions >>

MUSIC

  1. My Music- Choose your favorite band/artist and one song from that artist to share with me. Tell me what you like and why you chose this song. Only requirement- must be an appropriate choice.
  2. Beepbox- Create a composition and share it with me.

Lynn Slaughter – lslaughter@summit-academy.org

P.E.

  1. Check out the  new movement checklist for May
  2. Make this Super Deck Fitness Card Game and have fun playing and exercising with your family!

TECHNOLOGY

Intermediate and Middle School – Complete 30 minutes of nitrotype.com. Log in through your google account and link your account to a friends username to race each other!

Eliza Hill – ehill@summit-academy.org

Week 6: May 11 – 15, 2020

ART

FOR ALL STUDENTS:

Assignment: Speed Museum – Value Landscape

Click here for materials & instructions >>

MUSIC

  1. Those of you who love to create beepbox songs- Create a composition and share it with me.
  2. CLICK HERE to go to Melody Maker – click on the word launch and create a melody and or rhythm composition. Share with me. 

Lynn Slaughter – lslaughter@summit-academy.org

P.E.

  1. Check out the  new movement checklist for May
  2. Thanks to our partnership with Fund for the Arts and the Louisville Ballet, this week’s PE lesson is dance and movement. So get your whole family together and check out the Dance at Home Resource Packet.

TECHNOLOGY

Use the link https://flipgrid.com/cb8400b1. This will bring you to our school page where you will need to log into your Summit Google account. We will be using videos, art, and music projects to put together a school-wide video. The instructions are on the page! After you’ve finished with our Flipgrid, complete 30 minutes on typing.com.

Eliza Hill – ehill@summit-academy.org

Week 5: May 4 – 8, 2020

ART - ALL GRADES

Make your own unique colored, textured papers!

Use this paper as one beautiful piece of art, or for all kinds of fun creations. Here are instructions for Marble Rolling, and Sponging & Dragging >>

Here are instructions for Mud Painting >>

ART

Assignment: Recycled Paper Collage

MATERIALS:

  • Recycled papers
  • Scissors
  • Glue or glue sticks

INSTRUCTIONS >>

CLICK HERE to learn about Henri Matisse and another way to make a collage!

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MUSIC

The 1960’s introduced a group called The Beatles. Their music became known as the music that changed pop and rock music. Their album Sergeant Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band was one of their most famous albums and was made into a movie. 

  1. Watch the following two YouTube videos. One is the original by the Beatles, the other is from the movie sung by the Bee Gees.
  2. Compare the two and share with me which one you like the best and why.

Lynn Slaughter – lslaughter@summit-academy.org

P.E.

  1. Check out the  new movement checklist for May
  2. Here is a week’s worth of activities that you can enjoy as a family!

TECHNOLOGY

We’ll be using National Geographic Kids this week for lots of fun activities. On the site there are virtual tours, games, and quizzes that you can choose from. Try to complete 3 lessons or games this week. My favorites are:

Eliza Hill – ehill@summit-academy.org

Week 4: April 27 – May 1, 2020

ART

FOR ALL STUDENTS – CREATIVITY CHALLENGE >>

Alphabet Challenge

MATERIALS:

  • White paper
  • Drawing materials (colored pencils, graphite pencils, eraser)

INSTRUCTIONS >>

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MUSIC

The King of Rock and Roll in the 1950’s: Elvis Presley

Watch the biography and share with me one of your favorite Elvis Presley songs.

Lynn Slaughter – lslaughter@summit-academy.org

P.E.

  1. Keep working through your April Movement Checklist.
  2. Create your own trick shot video! Don’t have a ball at home? Use a pair of rolled up socks. Share your video with Mrs. Hoffmann!

TECHNOLOGY

This week we’re going to work on some fun technology games/activities on pbs.org. Each of the projects take you through a 15-20 minute journey with different games and activities. Try to complete 3 different activities this week!

Here are some suggestions:

Eliza Hill – ehill@summit-academy.org

Week 2: April 13-17, 2020

SPECIAL ART ASSIGNMENT

* ALL GRADES *
KINDNESS POSTER CHALLENGE 

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Make a poster
  2. Hang it in a window
  3. Share it on Facebook

Because “We are in this TOGETHER!”

Lettering ideas, example phrases, symbols of positivity >>

NO PAINT? NO WORRIES! Here are four ways to make paint at home:

ART

GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: Nature Drawing Color Bleeds

MATERIALS:

  • White paper
  • Watercolors
  • Water dish
  • Paint palette or paper plate
  • Black paint or permanent marker

INSTRUCTIONS >>

Gray Middleton – gmiddleton@summit-academy.org

MUSIC

  1. Google or YouTube songs from the 1920’s, Known as The Roaring 20’s. Pick one of the songs that you really like. Share the title and artist with Ms. Lynn and include why you chose this song. This can be done using video or via email.
  2. Learn a line dance – Boot Scootin’ Boogie or Watermelon Crawl. Send a video to Ms. Lynn via email.

Lynn Slaughter – lslaughter@summit-academy.org

P.E.

  1. Keep working through your April Movement Checklist.
  2. Check out the video below for exercises and games that you can do at home just using a towel!

TECHNOLOGY

This week we’ll be making a Word Cloud piece of art!

  1. CLICK HERE to get started. Type at least a paragraph about your experience at home so far.
    • How you feel about it?
    • What do you like?
    • What do you not like?
  2. Then click create! You can change the fonts, shapes, and colors of your Word Cloud. 
  3. Share with Ms. Eliza via email.

Eliza Hill – ehill@summit-academy.org

Week 1: April 6-10, 2020

ART

ACCORDION BOOK (LOUISVILLE VISUAL ART)

Supplies Needed:

  • Paper
  • Pencil with an Eraser
  • Scissors
  • Glue Stick or White Glue
  • Cardboard
  • Drawing/Painting supplies like Crayons or Watercolor

VIDEO TUTORIAL: https://youtu.be/JzrdK_1MwfU

HAVE FUN!

MUSIC

We just finished a study on Bach. On YouTube, choose a song you really like by Bach. Make sure to share with Ms. Lynn the name of the piece and share with her the reason you choose the song. This can be done through video chat, or written and emailed to Ms. Lynn at lslaughter@summit-academy.org.

P.E.
  1. Print off this April Movement checklist: DEAM - Drop Everything and Move. See how many of the activities you and your family can complete!
  2. Check out these 1-minute fitness challenges. How many can you do this week? 
TECHNOLOGY

This week we’ll be working in code.org to make a piece of artwork!

  • CLICK HERE to get started. You won’t need a login for this activity, but if you want to create an account to keep track of progress, feel free! If you have an account you can also join my class using the class code “CRKYXM” which will allow me to see your project and help you with it!
  • In addition, complete 15 minutes on nitrotype.com over the course of the week.

Eliza Hill - ehill@summit-academy.org

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