YEAR LONG Dice Game Art Lessons, Year Long Sub Plans

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    Get Roll Art Activities for the entire school year! Are you looking for fun art games to supplement your art curriculum? Art and roll activities are the perfect solutions to keep your students engaged and excited about learning throughout the entire school year. These easy-to-implement art activities allow your students to create unique artwork while they learn important skills. The goal is to help teachers make their lessons more engaging, hands-on, and fun!

    This MEGA BUNDLE includes over 100 roll art activities. You’ll never have another boring sub plan art lessons again! With the simple step by step instructions, a sub can easily implement these activities in any classroom, with little prep time needed on your end. 

    ⭐️Each Art & Roll Activity Includes:

    • Non-editable PDF
    • Game sheet
    • Reflection Sheets
    • Coloring Page
    • Finished Example
    • Writing Activities

    Your students will love practicing the elements of art with the art and roll games included in this bundle. Great to include in your minilessons or for early finishers. 

    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, and much more!

    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.


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