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Re: Substitute Plans Needed


From: dawn stien (dawnstien_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Jun 01 2003 - 23:50:01 PDT

Duh... I forgot that html attachments son't deal with
things like columns.

I also have a wordsearch grid that I have used for
reviewing the elements and principles of design - each
student creates their own and then swaps it with
someone else.

I only had one student write naughty things, and a
couple wrote funny things...middle schoolers...

I also have seen them done with "schools" of art.

I have also had students create art postcards for
positive notes home...


Once I had the students color in a color wheel with
crayons with a sub before they painted one in - I made
them closely match the color wheel crayola colors when
they did it with paint.
Very blah on the creativity scale, but my first time
around, the students had a lot of fun painting their
color wheels, but put forth very little effort in
getting it close to right...


--- Judy Decker <> wrote:
> Dear Art Educators,
> I have had requests on my survey to add more
> substitute plans. Please post
> any good ideas you have. If you have favorite videos
> you like to use when
> you are out (include any hands on activity you might
> have the kids do if the
> videos don't last the whole period)- list those too
> and I will add that to
> the sub plans pages.

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