What a FUN idea! Do you choose prints familiar to the students? Some of the
more "busy" artworks would work really well for this - like a Bosch
painting. Then the students would spend more time looking at specific areas.
Thanks for sharing this!
On this same type note, another list I'm on has been sharing "little
things", such as this idea. If anyone has a "little thing" they do that
helps them in their teaching please share. :-)
> I love this idea...
> One neat trick that I learned and tried a couple years ago for a class
> reward...(or a reward for a person).... was to take a very interesting art
> print and cover it with sticky notes. If you had a great day, or a student
> did something pretty awesome, you would have them remove one sticky note.
> actually place one color sticky notes over the most interesting parts and
> another color over the less then interesting parts and tell them what
> to pick...so I can keep the most interesting part covered for a long time.
> They love seeing their print slowly revealed....
> I also have a different art print for 5th graders and one for 6th
> graders...and they end up competing with each other.
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