Help students learn to observe, think, and work like artists!
Display these artist behavior mini-posters to remind students that artists are always looking, that they think about their work and make many choices before and during their creative process.
Two versions are included in this packet:
Set 1 - one word with clip art
Set 2 - annotated with clip art
Both sets feature clip art by A Sketchy Guy
These mini-posters are NOT EDITABLE.
These posters supplement Making Time For Art,
, my free resource packet for teachers which includes many suggestions for ways to include more art in the classroom.
Enjoy both of these free resources!
More free art resources:
Making Time For Art
-- suggestions and ideas for integrating art in the classroom
Looking at Art with Kids
-- using well-known art works to supplement the curriculum
For more art-making ideas and suggestions:
Art Task Cards -- for early finishers or art centers
Start With Art -- perfect for back-to-school
Creating Art With Kids
lessons are designed to focus primarily on the creative process. They are intended to be open-ended enough to encourage student creativity and detailed enough to give teachers clear direction.
Visit my blog, Creating Art With Kids,
for detailed descriptions and helpful tips about the teaching process for many of my art lessons.
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