The K–5 art curriculum includes lessons on the elements of design: line, shape, form, color, texture, and space. By using these elements to produce their own visual art works, students learn to see, to sense, to recall, and to become more aware of their surroundings. The emphasis during the primary years is on the development of both observation and fine motor skills as well as on acquiring an art vocabulary. The art experiences are two-and three-dimensional. Media used include paint, clay, glaze, paper mache, fiber, glue, and crayon. Intermediate students produce two-and three-dimensional art in a more detailed, controlled fashion. The curriculum continues to focus on observation skills, fine motor skills, and expansion of the student's art vocabulary with more emphasis on techniques, craftsmanship, and creativity of process.