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After teaching students about the elements of art, make the elements come alive by creating some Op Art! Students will use color theory and lines to create 5 fun illusions. The step-by-step instructions will help students work independently. Just print and go…What you get:• Table of Contents (1 p
Teach and assess your media literacy unit with this project and rubric package while integrating it into your Oral Language, Math and Healthy Eating curriculum. Using media literacy skills, students will design a cereal box front and then create a game on the back using skills learned during probab
Included in this packet: --example of student art with completed rubric --full page rubric --half-page rubrics --quarter-page rubrics This elementary art rubric is advanced enough to give fair and proper grades and simple enough for use at the primary level. This rubric allows you to grade your
*Also available in the Everything Art Bundle* This is a quick and easy assessment form for students to use when they complete an art project. Hand-drawn for a fun, sketchbook style presentation. I like to have students complete these, then do a pair share with a classmate - great way to incorporate
With this data and graphing project, students will formulate a question, conduct a survey, collect and interpret data and present the data on a variety of graphs. Students will also calculate the data landmarks for their data set. Perfect project for 4th, 5th and 6th grade students to collect data
In my school we use this as the assessment for the four seasons in science. It can be just a color-it activity or can be a full-blown artistic rendering. Have fun with it!
Teach your students about color using Expressive Monkey's simple yet fun lesson activities. Expressive Monkey's color mixing activities include a pre and post-assessment to show that they know the primary and secondary colors. In the activities, they will mix each secondary color along with showin
"The Day the Crayons Quit" by Drew Daywalt features a box of crayons who have had ENOUGH. They write letters to their owner Duncan, each voicing his own set of complaints and demanding they be put to better use. Find out how Duncan solves each crayon’s problem. Your students will laugh out loud as y
I created these worksheets to use as a summative activity to assess the students’ year in art - in a fun way! My students have enjoyed the activities and hopefully your students will blow you away with their Art knowledge. I created each page for a particular grade level, but they can be used inte
Learn all about the color red with this set of activities and printables. Students will learn how to read, write, and identify the color red with this pack which is perfect for pre-k or the beginning of the year in Kindergarten! Get 11 Colors in One Place! Click HERE to check out the BUNDLE and s
This is a very similar version of the Visual Rubric: Craftsmanship but is made for either Kinder or 1st grade. Included:Directions3 page Learning How To Color© Visual RubricThis digital download is about Learning How To Color©. This visual rubric is simple enough to use at any grade level. It will a
This book report rubric makes grading your students book projects simple and fast. I created a standard form that you can use all year long for every book report and project. You students will be aware of your expectations regardless of the project. The rubric also comes with a self-evaluation for y
This is a great drawing and painting lesson for elementary students that focuses on what a landscape is and what the components of a landscape are. This lesson starts off with students viewing examples of landscapes and discussing the parts of a landscape including the horizon line, foreground, mid
All About Me: 4 Integrated Art and Writing Activities for Back to School This creative package for the beginning of the year includes a variety of integrated "All About Me" themed art and writing activities. These art and writing projects are a great way to get to know all about students at the st
*Also available in the Everything Art Bundle*I had a few different reflection/ critique sheets I liked to use with my 2-5 grade artists, and this is what I made to combine what I think are the most effective parts into a single page. There is a portion to get together with a peer and critique each o
Make writing rubrics easy with editable templates! The fun smiley face icons and illustrated criteria are perfect for elementary projects in most subject areas, but especially art lessons. Does writing rubrics make you just a little crazy? Do your students groan when they have to fill out a rubr
A short way for a student to reflect on any personal artwork. Has a 5 point likert scale at the top and 4 simple questions. To conserve paper fits 4 to a page. You could have project specific questions on the board to be written by student or copied on the back.
The following 4-page worksheet and quiz is a worksheet to guide students to actively analyze the documentary interview between Oprah Winfrey and Elie Wiesel entitled "Auschwitz Death Camp." The first two pages are a worksheet your students to complete while they watch the film. The questions cover s
Save almost 40% when you buy this bundled set! This warm weather rhythm activity is a perfect review for the end of the year. Students can match each ice cream related word with its corresponding 2 beat rhythm. Cut and laminate each ice cream scoop and cone for a quick and easy music center activit
This is a two-part plan that will bookend your school year with Kindergarten. It is a great way to start out the year with something quick and easy, and it acts as a pre-assessment of where your kinder kids are with their drawing skills. Procedures are super important to establish at the beginning
I have been teaching for 20+ years and these are my go-to Visual Art comments! I have included comments for first, second and final term. I teach at the grade 3 / 4 level but have used these for grades 2 – 5. The comments focus on “strengths”, “challenges” and “next steps”. The comments are al
:: BC CORE COMPETENCIES :: Connecting Learners to The Six Cedars Trees and Northwest Coast First Nations Art An easy, meaningful and visual way to connect learners to the BC Core Competencies and First Nations Education, in particular Northwest Coast First Nations art. Through the use of The Six Ced
For this project, students create an original model of a plant or animal cell after learning about cells. I have used this with 5th graders, but it would be appropriate for 4th or 6th grade as well. This document includes a teacher introduction page, assignment sheet, student planning sheet, and gr
This is GREAT way to motivate your students to write about their Art! I use this with 3rd-5th graders. The simple questions get right to the point and let my students know what I want to read about. I will often post these beside art that's on display to reveal more meaning behind my little artists'

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