Just For Teachers

Hello fellow teachers of visual things! I am providing some of the resources that I have created and use within my programs and lessons. I work hard to credit others when appropriate, and I never post materials made by others without their permission. I believe when teachers share resources, it leaves more time to focus on the teaching. I also believe in morals and karma, so try hard not to sell my materials to others when you didn’t have to pay a cent to use them yourselves.

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Classroom Labels in English and Spanish

I made these to support my bilingual and English Language Learners in the art room. They are FREE because I used a free border and took pictures from Google.

PDF ArtRoomLabelsSpanishEnglish

 

Makey Makey For the Classroom

Tips and My Process K-6 (pdf) Tips for Teaching Circuits and Makey Makey

 

Prezi Links: Made by Me 

Special Places Clay Homes: http://prezi.com/gpwayix-w47x/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share

Design a Castle: http://prezi.com/8sbtjbgqir_k/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share

Global Issues: http://prezi.com/afydn8whaxw2/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share

Zentangles: http://prezi.com/lyvcpwtrrfd1/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

Types of Identity: http://prezi.com/drsxfxsymlcb/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

Animation (Intro & History): http://prezi.com/xsm7wqdtf-b_/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

 

Emergency Substitute Lesson Plans 

Let’s face it, the average sub is not prepared to deal with the art room. I even prep my kids when I know I’m going to be at conferences, so they know what to do in case the sub is really terrible. While I’ve never had to take a sick day (knock on wood!), I have these as my emergency lessons. Each of them for K-4 is a game based drawing. 5-6 are allowed to choose a Zentangle Pyramid or Cube.

Kindergarten: “Wild Flowers” (Roll a Garden) Expressive Monkey has this on thier website for FREE Download

1st and 2nd: Roll a Creature Coming Soon

3rd and 4th: Roll a Picasso Portrait RollaPicassoPortrait

5th and 6th: Zentangle Cube or Pyramid SubLesson_ZentangleCube     SubLesson_ZentanglePyramid

 

Handouts and Resources 

Drawing Faces: Eyes, Noses, Mouths Coming Soon

Drawing Like Picasso: Eyes, Noses, and Mouths Coming Soon

Japanese Anime Drawing Resources: Made by Meredith Cosier and MaryJo McCoy AnimeWorksheetMcCoyCosier

Clay Coil Techniques: CoilTechniquesWorksheet

 

Video Game Design as Education Resources

VCU Currentlab Website: Modules to Share: I work as a Curriculum Developer with Luke Meeken and the Director, Dr. Ryan Patton

 

However, like all things, this page is ongoing as I update and collect. So check back on this page soon, and hopefully I’ll have more stuff on it.

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2 thoughts on “Just For Teachers

  1. I came upon your ceramic charts. They are great. I may borrow parts of them. Our bisqueware is rather fragile. I would change some verbiage. Thanks for sharing.
    Jane

    • I teach the littler artists of the world, so our clay projects tend to be heavier and thicker than necessary. When I wrote it, I had 7 year olds in mind and what I wanted them to understand about Clay transformation on a basic level. Borrow away, and thanks for sharing.

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