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Here is a simple art activity that also serves as an identity sheet, helping you to better know your students.
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Here is an elementary rubric that can be used to grade art projects. It is designed to provide students with a clear list of expectations for their work, and to give them ownership and responsibility in the grading process.
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A good pre-unit or post-unit practice on studying Abstract Art.
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A front/back worksheet to help students learn and then practice their warm and cool colors. The sheet would work great as a substitute lesson as well.
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An identity worksheet is a great beginning-of-the-year tool, helping you to better know your students and develop insights into how you might adapt lessons to fit student likes and interests.
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A free-draw worksheet for when students finish their art projects early.
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A fun little drawing activity for those rainy recesses days.
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A worksheet for helping students identify and practice the concepts of Shape vs. Form.
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A fun worksheet for students to practice drawing facial features.
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A coloring page for helping students practice their primary colors.
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A worksheet for helping students create and practice different types of patterns.
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A worksheet to reinforce or introduce the concepts of primary, secondary, warm, cool and neutral colors.
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A practice worksheet to help students review the different color categories.
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An indoor recess/free-time coloring activity.
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A fun exercise for exploring the primary and secondary colors.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am heading into my 6th year of teaching art at a small Ohio district.

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ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

As far back as I can remember, I was always making some kind of art. When I was in kindergarten, I would write and illustrate little adventure stories, sometimes using superheroes like Spider-Man and Batman, sometimes using invented characters and worlds. As I got older, my drawings and artwork continued to reflect the things that interested me. In elementary school, it was Ninja Turtles. As I entered middle school, it was sports heroes. As I reached high school, it was Star Wars. And as I moved into my college years and beyond, it became even more personal. I began using art to explore the places I grew up, and the places my family grew up. That to me, is art’s greatest purpose…to give us a canvas to explore the things we love. And as someone who has been studying and learning about art for many years, there’s one thing that I have come to believe wholeheartedly, and it’s that everyone can do it. Everyone can make art in some form or other, and make it about the things they care about. Sometimes it’s as simple as Ninja Turtles. Sometimes it’s as complex as our beliefs or the places we come from.

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