Have you wanted to implement a free choice day as a reward or other incentive? Are you worried how it will look if your principal walked into that kind of chaos? Does it seem daunting to write a lesson plan for this type of activity? Do you want to leave an easy sub lesson or incorporate art games into your curriculum?
This one page lesson plan could be the answer! Professionally formatted lesson plan includes the new 2014 National Visual arts standards, objectives, anticipatory set, procedures, purpose, supplies, check for understanding, modeling, guided instruction and closure.
You'll also receive my list of the top 25 items I offer on a "Free Choice Day" and notes to send home if you'd like students to be able to finish projects (like shrinky dink or polymer clay) from home. This is great if you've wanted to offer this but felt you couldn't because you didn't have an oven.
Please note this does not include any games of my own design, or lesson plans for specific projects. It's a cover-all lesson for when you want to allow students to play art games or do their own thing. I offer this day to my students as a PBIS reward and track their progress toward earning it on a chart in my classroom.