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Art class rules

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I have had several teachers interested in different signs they have seen in my classroom, usually in the background of photos I've posted h...

I have had several teachers interested in different signs they have seen in my classroom, usually in the background of photos I've posted h...

Tales from G14A

After a fun filled summer, I'm back in action at Five Oaks! We are still on an every-other-day schedule, but I'm hoping this year will be slightly better since I got a feel for pacing and timing last year. I'm excited to try some new projects this year. We're about a week in and students are working on their nametags. Up next will be sketchbooks. I'm sticking to what I did last year, last semester. Sixth graders will still have 3-prong folders--which makes it easier to re-fill since they…

5 Art Rules to Simplify your First Day | Deep Space Sparkle

Here are my 5 art rules to simplify your first day of art class. As well as download my free art teachers toolkit to better prepare yourself for that first

Made it through the 1st day/This is how we roll!

After a few small hiccups, I was off and running for my first day as the... ART TEACHER! I have to admit by 11 a.m. I was emailing my hubby and Dad to tell them... "I like this art teacher thing!" HEE HEE - they told me to get back with them in a month and see how I still feel. :) It was a crazy whirlwind of in and out - the classes only have 45 minutes from beginning to end. I tried to do a QUICK all about me (why are YOU the Art teacher, what happened to other art teacher, why are you not…

Rules of the Art Classroom

I made a new poster for my room. Every couple of years I tend to tweak my art room rules. I struggled to come up with an “I” but settled on “Imagine new things!” I told the kids it’s not really a rule

Cassie Stephens: In the Art Room: Art Room Rules

Yesterday, some pretty big and exciting news was released: I'll be teaming up with The Art of Education in the creation of Everyday Art Room, a podcast dedicated to all things elementary art teacherin'! I sat down with Tim Bogatz, the co-'caster of Art Ed Radio to share the fun news. You can listen to our chat here and catch my very first podcast next Thursday. I'm super excited! I do hope you'll take a listen. In one of the first podcasts, I'll be chatting about how I start my school year…

Art Room Poster Art Class Rules and Procedure Poster Bundle - Etsy

This is an art class rules and procedures poster bundle for students to learn and work by in art class. They are perfect to hang up together or in separate places where needed in your art space. It also includes growth mindset posters so students can remember that it is okay to make mistakes and to keep trying! ★ Classroom Decor Printable for Art Teachers ★ Clear and Easy To Read Print ★ Visual Interest To Attract All Eyes ★ Fill Up An Empty Wall Or Bulletin Board ★ Display A Resource For…

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Watercolor painting traditionally comes with guidelines. But in this class I’ll show how to break the rules and make beautiful paintings in the process.
The first days of school are stressful for everyone. Most middle and high school art teachers just spent weeks preparing an syllabus, writing curriculum, developing class rules, coming up with classroom procedures, thinking about art projects, lesson plans, and designing the perfect ice breaker activity. We do everything we can to make sure we make a good impression on our students and show them we are prepared, organized, and ready to establish order and mutual respect in the art classroom.
In Episode 17 of The ColorByFeliks Podcast, Philip Boelter shares his experience of when he has to stay for 2 hours in an art class. For him, it's best if there are no rules in Art—he works quickly with whatever comes into his head! Tune in to this podcast episode now!
The first days of school are stressful for everyone. Most middle and high school art teachers just spent weeks preparing an syllabus, writing curriculum, developing class rules, coming up with classroom procedures, thinking about art projects, lesson plans, and designing the perfect ice breaker activity. We do everything we can to make sure we make a good impression on our students and show them we are prepared, organized, and ready to establish order and mutual respect in the art classroom.

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