PROJECT OVERVIEW-PURPOSE: WHAT FUN IT IS TO COLOR, BUT THESE SHEETS ARE MUCH MORE THAN THAT!
This lesson is designed to make life easier for the classroom teachers - a simple way to incorporate "art action" into independent activity time. It will provide the student with an experience in art, language arts, writing, and math through simple seasonal coloring sheets, practice papers, and optional challenge pages. Many new vocabulary words will be learned. Attention to detail is encouraged.
Small muscle development is enhanced in this project, as well as, both counting and easy addition.
DOWNLOAD INCLUDES: 2 for the price of one!
Printable practice papers
Printable challenge questionnaires (optional)
8 coloring sheets
Finished samples of both lessons
PDF lesson plan for 2 separate lessons - step by step directions
Also check out: Winter Coloring Sheets
As an art teacher, I, of course, feel that it is so important to incorporate art into the classroom activities - especially, if you are not fortunate enough to have an art teacher or art room as part of your school environment. But, I also realize that classroom teachers are busy striving to meet all the common core requirements, and, thus, do not have time for planning and creating many extras. THAT IS MY JOB!
As a retired elementary art teacher, with a lifetime of my original lesson plans, samples, and projects, I am now attempting to simplify and re-write these ideas on TPT, to be used as "extras in YOUR classroom." Many of them will assist in common core, especially in the language arts area. Please check out my store of over 60 products, including easy motivational and follow-up activities that incorporate other subjects, besides visual arts.
* Remember, in art, "anything is possible - you can do it" is a great philosophy! Students should feel that "art is a place where you can feel good about yourself!"