Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Name Parade

I found this at Artsonia at this link: Name Parade
It was posted by Old Post Road Elementary School
E. Walpole, Massachusetts

  There is a description of the lesson on the Artsonia page.



The one below is one I made as a sample.

If you would like this idea written out as a fully formed art sub plan, you can visit my TPT Shop here:  Name People





Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Name Aliens

I found this on Pinterest. It is a fully formed lesson plan, though not initially intended as a sub plan. I think that my fourth and fifth graders would have no problem with this and a sub could easily teach it.  It's from the blog "We Heart Art."




Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Game Time!

Thanks so much to Elizabeth at the blog, Dream Painters,   for suggesting this link.

Here's a game your kids might enjoy with your sub.  "Roll A Picasso"  and other artist games.  Check it out over at Mrs. Humpal's Room.


And here are some worsheets you or your sub might like to have on hand for those early finishers. You can find them at my TeachersPayTeachers shop. Click on each picture to check them out.
St. Patrick's Day worksheet for creative thinking
Here's a new worksheet in my TeachersPayTeachers shop. worksheet for early finishers depicting a penguin and ideas for giving him a disguise







Sunday, October 7, 2012

Pop Art Alterations

Here's a middle school sub lesson that looks like fun.  Find the instructions at:  Art in the Middle School




Monday, October 1, 2012

Amusement Park

I saw this homework assignment from Art With Mrs. Custer and thought it would be something a sub could handle.  Hopefully, I will get around to writing out the plans for a sub and will remember to share it here.


If you like this lesson, you might also like this lesson in my TeachersPayTeachers shop.