Category: Classroom Tips & Tricks
Drawing a cube is like going to the dentist. At least that’s what I thought in art school after I had drawn a giant cube on an 18″ x 24″ pad several times a day, 3 days a week for 4 weeks straight. But then it started to click. Cubes became easy. So the challenge is a recurring one for art teachers. How to bring the part of that art school experience that was so helpful to us, to our young students, while not seeing them writhe on the floor and moan about how painful and boring art class has become....Read More
Updated 5-11-17 • What’s up with using our Pinterest boards? This post tells you all the ins and outs for making it work on your devices.Read More
You know that brush? The one that came with that set. That set that your sweet auntie got you for Christmas one year that has 438 pieces, with all those tiny beautiful bits of rainbow-arranged media in 3 little drawers. That brush.Read More
SCROLL & TEACH
Never rewrite a lesson plan again. Read ours once, print your PDFs, and use our easy SCROLL & TEACH lesson plan right on your phone (or other device).
We’ve even included a SUBMIT YOUR SUMMARY text. Just copy & paste and you can send to your principal. It’s an abbreviated lesson plan, with standards and learning targets.
READY, SET, GO!
Look for the READY, SET, GO! section at the bottom of each page. There’s background info, lists, and a printable Prep Page so you don’t have to write down a thing.