Art is ... Rock Art Center (Sign, Vocabulary & Procedure) 5 Pages
This packet is for the Rock Art Center that is student directed.
1. There is a sign to print for the outside of the classroom Rock Art box full of supplies or to use as an area center sign.
2. There is a Rock Art vocabulary list that I have the students copy into their sketchbooks. There are advanced words for further study.
3. There is a Rock Art Center procedure list that the students follow to set up and clean up.
4. Native American Symbols
5. Egyptian Hieroglypics Symbols
Since most of my centers are open-ended, I do not include a specific project in the packet. This packet basically covers the operations of the center. The students decide what they want to create, and if you assign a theme to the whole class, their art will include the theme as they envision it.
The classpack of Rock Art Boards to use with this center is available from:
https://www.jurassicsand.com/ I did this activity with my 3rd graders and they loved it!
I will have a store product for each of my different art centers. There is also a packet that has folders for 8 different art centers that I use in my art room (25 pages). Since Rock Art is a new center for us, it is not included in the bundle.
Note: Use of any copyrighted images, artists' photos or artwork is for students enhancement of their Art History and appreciation of Art, in accordance with Fair Use in Education.
Any questions, please ask. The pages are editable if you open them in Paint or Paintbrush.
I teach k-5 ELL students. My worksheets are open-ended so my students can experience success in both art and English. If you have any questions, please contact me. And, If you are unfamiliar with Open-Ended art activities, please download my free "Open-Ended Art is..."