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ART JUNKEES!!: PYP STUFF

ART JUNKEES!!: PYP STUFF

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Placemat with vocabulary terms illustrated!! This one is for clay but man, you could make them for painting or any other medium. Genius!!!

Art Rocks!: vocabulary

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I am not claiming this as original. There is another poster created by a choice-based art teacher who inspired this.

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Art room poster, "draw light until you've got it right"

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"I can learn about..." with a laminated piece of poster-board for each grade. Use dry erase markers to change the objective each week.

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Hooks & dowelling rod tape holder (",)

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This is how I post my objectives and project examples in the classroom

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art word wall

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Art Password

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25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

Watch this tutorial on how to print on post-it notes to use for labeling.

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Paint in squeeze bottles

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Make a "No Name" board for homeless artwork

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Monday Made-It: Pencil Dispenser

Pencil Dispenser

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Monday Made-It: Pencil Dispenser

Pencil Dispenser

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velcro chart- awesome idea so you don't have to repeat yourself ten million times.

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Exit Slips in the Art Room: Plus a whole list of exit slip prompts to inspire you.

Using Exit Slips in the Art Room

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Ping Pong Ball Critique. Here is a list of 30 questions that you can write on ping pong balls to make talking about art with kids more fun.

Art Critique with Ping Pong Balls

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need to make a simple shelving solution like this that will fit in my cabinets and store all my construction paper

Organizing Loose Paper...

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How to Restore a Whiteboard

to restore dry erase boards that are hard to erase: spray a clean board with wd40, wipe dry with paper towels. the wd40 fills in the dried pores of the board that hold in marker ink, making it easier to erase.

How to Restore a Whiteboard

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soak crayons in water for 10 min to remove wrapper easily

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Catch up day for art classes! Hang on the board for the days that students can finish old projects and fill their art portfolios.

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Art morning message

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Students must highlight their name before putting it in the tray. Great way to make sure all papers have names!

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Art Room storage: paint shirts and washcloths clipped around an old a/v cart

Good night, Posterous

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