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A fun NO PREP spring art lesson that your students will love! This cross-curricular rainbow art activity is the perfect no-prep art activity that will engage your students, and practice key literacy skills. Perfect to use for sub plans or your minilessons. With this rainbow lesson, your students will be able to create unique art pieces that will look great in the hallway and on display.
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This activity is included in the You get this lesson and art activities for the ENTIRE SCHOOL YEAR!
The art and roll activities offer a unique engagement aspect and encourage even hesitant learners to create. Cure the behavior problems you may have with substitute teachers because students will be so engaged in the activity!
Prep is little to none... Just print the student pages, gather the materials listed, and you're ready for a fun and engaging class! Perfect for sub tubs, emergency sub lessons, art integration, writing prompts, homeschooling, and art teachers looking for fun mini-lessons.
- Non-editable PDF
- Game sheet
- Reflection Sheets
- Coloring Page
- Finished Example
- Writing Activities
Value of Hand-Drawn Resources
You might notice not all of this resource is digitally created. That is for a BIG and IMPORTANT reason. Students can be pretty hard on themselves about their drawing. They expect perfection because usually what they are looking at is a digitally created image. Of course, no child can draw like that!
I've found that hand-drawn resources help take the pressure off so kids don't feel like they have to be perfect. It is a buffer for them. They see the hand-drawn work and get engaged because they aren't as afraid of making mistakes.
A TEACHER LIKE YOU SAID…
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Stephanie B. says, "Left this for a sub and it was so easy for her to have them do!"
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