These "I can" statements are created from the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards. They are written in kid friendly language and are for grades 3-5 in the visual arts. Students keep these in their sketchbooks to track their own data. Three
These "I can" statements are created from the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards. They are written in kid friendly language and are for grades k-2 in the visual arts. You can post them on your bulletin board or keep them in a binder and check
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd
Assessment, Reflective Journals for Teachers, Printables
This rubric is Marzano based. Students can write up to two "I can..." statements and then self assess themselves using the Marzano scale of 1-4 at the top. I have my students glue these to the back of their artwork before they turn it in.You get
Today I learned...
A wonderful exit slip in the style of a twitter board. Have students fill out what they learned today and post on the wall before they leave or collect as they walk out. Great exit slip strategy!
-three exit slips to one sheet of
This is a general rubric that can used for grades 3 and up. There are four to a page and I cut them up, place in a basket and my students fill them out and glue to the back of their work when it is complete. There is a spot for the students to self
Trying to make your word wall interactive? Use these activities with your students and put them in their portfolios or glue them into their sketchbooks when complete. There are eight different activities/eight documents with two on a sheet. One
This is a super cute assessment that you could use for younger grades b/c it is mostly visual. Students assess their artwork and circle the monster that describes how they think they did...based on 1-4 stars. At the bottom the student can add up
This tool is for the students to track what score YOU give them. There is a column for the date, project and teacher score (aligned with Marzono 4 point scale). The students will fill out the information and then color in 1, 2, 3, or 4 blocks
Two separate handouts, one for kinder and one for first grade. They align with the NGSS's and are parent and student friendly. I plan on using these at my open house and kindergarten orientation because I always have those parents asking the same
One page word document. Top of page has two sections for students to write their "I can..." statements. Bottom of page has a section for students to track their own data by recording their pre and post task score and date.
13 pages of art vocabulary in comic sans font, size 72. The last page (14) is blank, so when you print just print pages 1-13. It is just under 100 art vocab words! The vocabulary is based on Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for grades k-5.
This is a one page word document that can be cut into three pieces on how to write an artist statement. I have students glue this into their sketchbooks so they always have it to refer back to when writing artist statements.