Struggling to find time in your day to plan, prep, AND teach art? In my first few years of teaching, I depended heavily on craftivities and directed drawings to fill my "art" time - there was just too much to prep! While there is nothing wrong with those activities, they can't replace an art lesson focused on essential art concepts, studying famous artists, learning artistic techniques, and exploring different media. These Bite-Size Art lessons will take your whole-class art instruction to a whole new level! These seasonal art projects are paired with no-print, low-prep digital lessons focused on foundational art concepts.
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These "bites" are meant to be projected on your whiteboard. This lesson can be done all at once (in roughly 30 minutes) or can be broken up into "bites" and used as a quick morning activity, as a transition back into learning from recess, at snack time, or at the end of the day.
Students will use their new knowledge to create beautiful spring art. Simply prep the materials, pull up the presentation, and go! A cute little character will guide you and your students through creating an art project that correlates with the lesson they just completed!
This routine will give students time to thoughtfully appreciate their fellow artists' work and give them compliments!
Hang the projects in your room or in the hallway alongside a pre-made write up explaining the purpose of the lesson and what students learned. Everyone in the building will be impressed by your students' art expertise!
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