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The secret of life is in Art - Oscar Wilde
 
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Art Lesson Plan format/fill-in with blank section for typing in state standards Also included in outline: space to write/type project procedures...
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Art Room Classroom Management poster. Show me the Mona Lisa. When I need students to return attention I say "Mona" to which they reply "Lisa" an...
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Art Curriculum Planning Chart Designed as a 1 page, at-a-glance sheet of my year in elementary school to help be sure I've covered a broad array...
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Van Gogh Knows Ears Are important Art Room Rules Poster 5
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Teaching color theory? Help student remember the color families with this poster! Using a variety of art media to depict: Primary, Secondary,...
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A Task card created to help students create 3D illusion cubes. You will need to have/make hexagon tracers for your students to do this activit...
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Inspired by reading a few blogs - I created my own version of the Art Sandwich -a tool to help students comment on the artwork of others in a con...
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Chart to post in your classroom or add in a sub folder. 15 separate activities that have a writing component to connect to the creative art acti...
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A 4 point progressive scale that allow students to self assess how much effort they are putting in their work and what they could do to improve. ...
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A handout I give to my students when learning 1 point perspective.
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Art Lesson plan format/fill-in with checklist for Virginia 2013 standards. This download includes grades 1 through 5 (a separate page per grade...
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Busy Pencils Mean Artists At Work! Art Room Rules Poster 3
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A helpful signs to remind students (and their classroom teachers) that your time in art is valuable and that restrooms are best used before art!
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A fun poster to remind student about the expected volume in art while teaching a bit of art history. Should we be Thinkers or Screamers?
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Having trouble with speedy or sloppy artists? A fun poster to remind student that craftsmanship counts when it comes to art.
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Safety First, The Art Room Can be Dangerous Art Room Rules Poster 6
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Help remind student proper brush care, and the consequences. I post one of these over each sink with a ruined brush glued to it as a reminder -...
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A personal critique form I use with my elementary students. (I've used it with 3rd-5th grade). This form has a section for students to rate thei...
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Word Wall for the Art Room. Artists, materials, vocabulary, etc Formatted 1 letters to a vertical (8.5x11) page. 26 pages total
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A Hand in the Air will Keep art Fair. Art Room Rules Poster 1
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Buyer re: Art Lesson Plan Format includes blank section for state standards
Question:
When I have this product in word how do I type into each box? Some of them seem to expand while others will not. Thanks
August 14, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Scott Russell  (TpT Seller)
Hi you will need to insert a text box into the section you need to type in. I'm not sure what you mean by expand and other dot not. Are you referring to a blank section or a section I already have text in?
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Thanks Scott. Enjoy yours to.
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Art for the Room  (TpT Seller) re: Experiencing Art
I took down the image that you said was yours. Someone gave it to me so apologies, I've never seen your website. It's a very big cyber world.
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Scott Russell  (TpT Seller)
Thank you - I understand and know that we all have similar ideas as I've even taken an idea and adjusted it to my own program and use. Thank you for understand and I love some of your items - the visual word wall is great!
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Hi Scott, I really like the lesson template that you have designed. It should be a time saver for me. I have purchased it. However, I have had a couple problems with it. I was unable to type into a few of the boxes. I fixed that by inserting text boxes. Now the only problem I have is saving one page at a time. I store and email lessons by grade level. I am unable to highlight, copy and paste or delete pages. I was wondering if you could possibly email the pages to me separately. Or maybe you know what I am missing to make this work. My email is Taaffe3@verizpn.net . Thank you, Traci
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Scott Russell  (TpT Seller)
Hi Traci,
You found out the trick of adding text boxes - its a Publisher doc. As for the saving files - save a master for each grade level and delete the other grades - it will ask you to be sure since the page contains items but if you keep a master file of all 5 you should be able to create one for each grade -that's what I've done.
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Becky Thornton  (TpT Seller) re: Art Word Wall - 26 vertical letter pages
The Art Visual Rubric is great and easy to use! Perfect for TESS observations, easy for students to relate to! My fast finishers ask to make them for new projects!
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Scott Russell  (TpT Seller)
:)
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Becky Thornton  (TpT Seller) re: Art Room Rules Poster - Busy Pencils
Could you make some more products that I can use? I love your work!
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Scott Russell  (TpT Seller)
lol! Thanks! Glad they are working for others than me! I'm working on a few things, but not sure when they'll be up and ready!
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Becky Thornton  (TpT Seller) re: Art Curriculum Planning Chart
Is this planning sheet editable? I have different grades than you do. I might want to add things.
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Scott Russell  (TpT Seller)
Yes it was uploaded as a word doc - so you can edit this one. If by some chance there is an issue email me and let me know! Thank you for all the nice comments on my resources, so glad they are useful!
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Jennifer Millar  (TpT Seller) re: Art Word Wall - 14 horizontal legal pages
Hello,

Could you send me a preview of what the cards look like?

Thanks!
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Scott Russell  (TpT Seller)
Not sure what cards you are referring to - there is a sample image for this item on the TpT site showing the layout. (the 1st of the 14 pages) Also this is a legal page version of my word wall with 26 vertical pages, more thumbnails are there.
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Buyer re: Art Room Rules Poster - Listening Ears
Hello,

I was what the maximum printing size for your posters is. Are they only 8.5x11 when printed or can they be 11x17 without distortion? I love them and would like to order many. Thank you.
August 16, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Scott Russell  (TpT Seller)
They are made on 8.5x11 - that is the pdf file size. If you have programs/capabilities to enlarge proportionally then the file should be fine. I'll be honest I've not tried that. Another option would be to enlarge at a copy center (our school system has one and I've done that with some of mine.) I hope that helps! Thanks for the interest!
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I downloaded the color family poster and the rubric....
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Scott Russell  (TpT Seller)
Ok - both of those are PDF (Acrobat) Document Files.

You will have to have downloaded Adobe Acrobat Reader to open .pdf files.
The software is free and can be downloaded here:
http://get.adobe.com/reader/

Once you have that program you should have no difficulty opening the files.
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Buyer re: Art Visual Rubric
When I downloaded you poster and rubric,all that came up was a buch of letters,numbers and symbols,what am I doing wrong?
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Scott Russell  (TpT Seller)
Hmm - I don't know, you're the first to have had any problems. I've uploaded mostly .pdf files however few are word documents. Which files did you try to download? I'm happy to check on the files to help you figure this out.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Elementary Art Educator since 2000 BA - Shepherd College 2000 MAE - Virginia Commonwealth University 2009

MY TEACHING STYLE

I'm a strong believer in Grant Wood's quote; "The aim of art education in the public schools is not to make more professional artists but to teach people to live happier, fuller lives; to extract more out of their experience, whatever that experience may be." I am a process driven art educator with a strong connection to art history and showing students how art is applicable and purposeful in their daily lives.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was honored in 2013 as the LCPS/Shenandoah University Teacher of the Year. I've had lessons published online and in SchoolArts. My teaching resources have been on many blogs and have been pinned over 1500 times on Pinterest. I've served on the Board of the Virginia Art Education Association and the National Art Education Association. I'm currently on the Visual Arts Writing team for NCCAS - National Coalition for Core Arts Standards.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I decided to be an art teacher when I was in 5th grade and it was my goal from then on. It is fun to tell my 5th grade students that fact as they leave my class to go to middle school.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I submit my own work yearly for exhibit and use my work as a teaching tool. I think it is very important to remain an artist and an art educator - it reminds me why it is important to teach the next generation to create.