Art Room Behavior Management Pack

Art Room Behavior Management Pack
Art Room Behavior Management Pack
Art Room Behavior Management Pack
Art Room Behavior Management Pack
Art Room Behavior Management Pack
Art Room Behavior Management Pack
Art Room Behavior Management Pack
Art Room Behavior Management Pack
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This is large PDF file filled with lots of graphic goodies that will help you with your behavior management in the art room.

This file contains:

31 Paint "blobs" that fill the size of standard paper.
Colors included: ROYGBIV, plus black, brown, white, gray, pink, and a rainbow filled
Blobs come with and without the color name written inside
I have included two gray blobs, one labeled "gray" and the other "grey"
I have included two blue-violets blobs, one labeled "blue-violet" the other "indigo"
I have included two purple blobs, one labeled "purple" the other labeled "violet"

19 Paint brushes
Colors included: ROYGBIV, plus black, brown, white, gray, pink, rainbow filled, and one filled with red, yellow, green to use with the noise level blobs
5/19 brushes include prompts for behavior management for the students to "earn" a brush. These will help your students from the beginning until the end of class. These include "Ready to Start" "Good Listening" "Quiet and Focused" "Cleaned Well" "Ready to Line Up". If you do not like these, you can easily add your own prompts to the printed brushes using a sharpie or wet erase marker. I add these brushes to the color blob that corresponds with the table that has earned it (my tables are color labeled).

1 Palette
There is one brown paint palette. Scale down the blobs and use these for the students to earn as an incentive. For example if the students earn X amount of the brushes that day, they get a paint blob for the class. Once their paint palette has X amount of blobs they earn a reward of your choosing.

Blobs and brushes can be used to introduce and explain color mixing. Keep a color mixing chart up in your classroom using the blobs! Also use the blobs or brushes to label supplies, supply bins, boxes, folders, cabinets, you name it!


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38 pages
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