Art education covers understanding how things are presented visually, knowing what makes beautiful art and creative problem solving. In Grade 2, children begin to work with different art materials. They recognize that different types of objects can be works of art. For more information see: http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/standards/
Wisconsin’s Model Academic Standards for Art and Design include the fine arts such as drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture; the design arts such as architecture, graphic design, product design, urban planning, and media arts; art and society areas such as mass media, popular culture, folk arts, and crafts; as well as visual literacy applications like maps, charts, graphs, diagrams, models, and scientific graphics.
Knows basic art concepts and vocabulary
Creates quality artwork that demonstrates creative thinking and problem-solving
Connects art with culture, community and history