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Lincoln-Hubbard School

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday


Phone Number: (908) 273-1333 x6377

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Schedule: Art classes meet once a week for 45 minutes.

Wednesday:8:30-9:18 - 3V                                        
                  9:18-10:05 - 5V                                                                                                                                       
                   12:39-1:26 - 2Y                                                             
                           1:26-2:13 - 1P
                           2:13-3:00 - 4K

Thursday: 8:30-9:18 - 3H
                     9:18-10:05 - 5S    
                    10:05-10:52 - 4P
                    10:52-11:39 - 3E
                    12:39-1:26 - 2EM
                      1:26-2:13 - 1N

Friday: 9:18-10:05 - 4M
               10:05-10:52 - 5H
               10:52-11:39 - 2A
               12:39-1:26 - 2E
               1:26-2:13 - 1K
                  2:13-3:00 - 4B
           
                                                                                                         
 

**IMPORTANT**
Art projects are kept in school till Open House. The reason for this is because during Open House I showcase all the fabulous work from September till May. After Open House all art projects are sent home. Thank you for your understanding!


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During the course of the year, students will learn the following in Art:

- Different types of line and determine the linear edge of objects.

- Recognize, identify, and demonstrate knowledge of two-dimensional, three-dimensional, geometric, non-geometric, and positive/negative shape.

- Identify, categorize, and demonstrate the different principles of color.

- Recognize and simulate textures.

-Utilize the principles of unity, rhythm, reptition, balance, and contrast to produce a composition.

-Practice the handling of art materials and equipment.

-Learn about different artisit and cultures around the world.


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