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Do you have any adopted textbooks for art at your school? Or the
closest elem (I forgot your level). If so, go and make copies of the
worksheets they have in the highest level of student book. Find the
ones that are related to your project at hand and have them for students
to work on when they finish. Also a great resource are the workpages in
School ARts, done by Ande Cook. He (she?) has a book called 50 NIfty
THrifty Art Activities, which I had to wait FOREVER to get from
Amazon.com, but worth it. Activities like: Draw someone really tall;
someone really small, someone in a crazy hat. Or: Draw words to show
their meaning (for ex: "fire" has flames leaping from it, "fish" is in
the shape of a fish). Or Create a menu, Create masks, etc. It's a
lifesaver with my 6th grade classes!
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