Cut the sheets in half the long way and pin them together at the top. I keep mine on a magnetic clip that sticks to my board at the front of the room for students to use. I use these in my TAB art classroom when students are all clamoring for the same limited resource.
Have students sign up to be next to use the:
+ Hot glue gun
+ Light table
+ Paper cutter
+ Clay wheel
This list helps to keep the art room running smoothly, and teach students we can keep things fair by using different tools and ideas. As TAB is all about self-regulation, this helps students promote a positive self-sufficient classroom culture.
The last sheet is for students to sign up to talk to the art teacher. For me, this comes in handy when many students want me to cut their cardboard, help with tying knots for sewing, or help them in any other way. It can be hard to know who was first to see you, and this way, students can sit down and keep working while you make your rounds (or call them to your table/desk).
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