46 high, print quality word wall words specially designed for the art room. Large text to be seen across the room with an image to demonstrate what it is.
My students love to connect the new vocabulary they learn to the wall. Can be used for any
Looking to incorporate a little bit of art history into your classroom? Here is a memory match game including 27 different famous artworks. Each card includes an image, title, and artist's name.
Print two of each page to get the complete set.
24 artist cards for your own art room map!
Each card includes an image of the artist, his/her name, years lived, and nationality.
The cover of this download shows the bulletin board in my room titled 'where art they?' which shows my students all
6 Typographic Art room rules posters:
-Walk into the art room quietly and take your seat
-Use materials safely at all times
-Raise your hand when you have a question
-Respect your own artwork and the artwork of others
-Follow all the directions
60 grade K-4 (but can be used for more than that) 'I can' Statements.
In my room I have a board to display each grade level's project with an 'I can' statement or a simplified goal/standard. These are generally more project based - on the element
A handout I made for my third graders when we were working on our M.C Escher Tessellation project.
Explaining how to make tessellations can be a tough subject, but my students did really well with the help of this!
This 8 page booklet goes over a lesson on illuminated letters (inspired from medieval art, think Book of Kells) and how to create one in metal repousse format. The PDF includes instructions, materials list, national standard connections, templates,
This 10 page booklet features everything you will need to implement this Corduroy (a book by Don Freeman) lesson in your own room including the tracer templates, list of materials, and extension activity!
FINALLY I have finished making this BINGO game!
The game was designed in mind for the art room, but features materials that many classrooms use as well.
The zip file download features:
1) 24 different BINGO cards as well as an instruction page
Two handouts each with 12 different patterns on them. 24 total. I pass these out often as idea sparkers. Students do not have to copy them (they can if they wish to), but can use them to come up with their own pattern idea.
This paper can be printed and used to mix tints and shades of the six colors of the rainbow, or any six colors of the artists' choosing. I printed this on 9x12 90lb sulphite and we painted on it, but it can be used with dry media as well.
This year I am working in depth with fourth graders on their artist statements. I have created three different, printable versions to guide in this process throughout the year as well as a rubric to grade them on because we all know how important