The Lost Sock Art Teacher
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The Lost Sock Art Teacher
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TIred of sounding like a parrot to your students? A picture speaks 1,000 words, Point to the Poster!
 
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Just so they know, walking into the door to your room is where they turn on their creativity. This is the perfect poster to put above the stage, over the art door threshold, pointing to the pencil can or wherever you want them to begin imagining.
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Wash out that brush, Snap that cap, Quit stabbing the glue tip! Whatever it is, your supplies deserve the best treatment. They will treat you the way you treat them. If you bang your pencil, the lead will fall out when you sharpen or draw. If you
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This is what I teach my kindergartener's their first week in art. The cap is the hat that keeps the ink in. If we take it off, it dries up. If we snap it on and wait for the "click" sound, we will have a happy marker! If we have happy markers, we
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Paintbrushes can be our friends if we treat them friendly. If we clean and dry them properly, they will last for many years and many masterpieces. If we fail to clean correctly, dry properly and store inappropriately, they will fail us when we need
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Artists need to know the best way to make their art look professional. Begin sketchy and light since there will always be imperfection. If you draw Hard, it is Hard to erase! If you draw easy and light, it is Easy to erase. When it looks right, you
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We all know what "great" coloring is. This poster helps kids understand what makes great coloring more valuable to us. It takes time, energy and care to color great. This will teach students to appreciate the extra effort it takes to produce great
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This poster illustrates various techniques to use Visual Perspective in your art: Overlapping, Size, Detail, Value and Position. By using any or all of these techniques, artists can create the idea of a deep distance in their art. Hang this up as a
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Handing this out to students before you begin a big project that requires lots of tools will reinforce the importance of proper supply treatment. Go through each supply on the sheet and explain the do's and don'ts of how to treat them. Then, they
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Kids can color before they paint. This handout will allow them to let the paintbrush care tips soak in.
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GRRR!!! What is up with little kids and glue? We try to use clever ways to teach them that all they need is a little, not a lot. Hopefully, this simple poster reminder will "stick" with them.
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As an art teacher, I have had so many of my students not fill up the paper space. I pull out my big, nice, white, expensive paper for them to draw on a BIG project. There's always that one student that draws their main subject super small which
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Line, Shape, Form, Color, Texture, Value and Space. These will make you Smart about Art. Post this in your classroom to help your students remember their Art Smart vocabulary. When they want to talk about art, refer to the chart and have them use
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Beneath every pencil's hard wood exterior is a soft and fragile core. Every classroom drummer bangs them, every careless students lets them roll off the table and every excited artist throws away their cardboard case at first use! All these choices
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Beneath every pencil's hard wood exterior is a soft and fragile core. Every classroom drummer bangs them, every careless students lets them roll off the table and every excited artist throws away their cardboard case at first use! All these choices
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This poster is a perfect teaching tool for instructing students how to properly store markers. If you want the marker to live longer, rest it on the tip. So many long weekends or Summer's go by killing markers that are stored tip up! There is still
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These are some techniques students on the verge of panic can do to calm themselves down. We all need to take a break, cool down, get our thoughts together and reset our minds every so often. There are things we can do that help to control our
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This handout is designed to go with your lesson in "Does your Picture have Space", teaching depth in drawing. It helps students to have a tangible reminder of what you are teaching them.
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Every art teacher need the illustrated Elements of Art handout. This is a good tool for students to refer to during discussions or critiques. You can tell them that they are only allowed to comment if they use one of the "Art Smart" words from the
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Every art teacher need the illustrated Principles of Art handout. This is a good tool for students to refer to during discussions or critiques. You can tell them that they are only allowed to comment if they use one of the "Art Smart" words from the
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When students are learning how to draw, sometimes they need to be taught how to TURN THE PAPER first! Otherwise, your drawing will run off the page or there will be lots of wasted space. This poster illustrates the best 3 ways to turn your paper
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching 13 years of Art. I spent my first 10 years teaching 6-8th grade Art. Loved it! I am now on my third year of teaching K-5th grade art.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love love love VISUALS! I cannot have a blank wall, cabinet, ceiling tile... blank is BORING!!! So, I will fill any space up with images to inspire the kids around me and reminders of rules. A picture speaks a thousand words!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Not interested. Humility Award.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated High School, BFA from Sam Houston State University. 13 year teacher.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am an art geek, Jesus freak, mother of three, teacher of five hundred, wife of one (lol) and whatever else my spaghetti brain cannot remember. See my blogs here http://tabithaannthelostsock.blogspot.com/2012/10/artlab-wall-of-wisdom.html

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