Monday, February 19, 2018

Art Sub Lessons for March and St. Patrick's Day

Need art sub lesson plans and activities for March?  Here are some things I found that will help out around St. Patrick's Day. This includes a STEAM and STEM lesson or two.


Here is an activity from "Cool Classroom Stuff" on TeachersPayTeachers. This would be great for upper elementary, middle, or high schoolers.
St Patrick's Day art sub lesson

Here is a sample design of what it might look like done in crayon.





And here is an example of what it might look like done in fine line marker.



Storytime Anytime reads the book, How to Catch a Leprechaun, in this YouTube video. (The book is by Adam Wallace with illustrations by Andy Elkerton.) After reading the book or watching the video, you or your sub could have students draw a leprechaun trap.  (You may need to remind them to build something that would be kind and keep the leprechaun safe.)


This printable Celtic Knot coloring page is in PDF format and designed to be printed on letter sized paper. It is by Literary Springs Designs.


Here is an art activity from the TPT shop: Centers and Early Finishers. Upper elementary and middle schoolers might enjoy this.



Here is a sample of that lesson done in crayon.




And here is one done just in black pen.






Here is a free writing prompt and drawing activity for primary classes from A Classroom for All Seasons on TPT.



Here is a free printable St. Patrick's Day Word Search from MPM School Supplies.



Here is another book or video that could help fill in class time when you have a sub.  Jamie O'Rourke and the Big Potato, by Tommy DePaola .
Any combination of these things should help fill in a class period and help keep sanity in your room while you are out.

Next is a worksheet for early finishers. This one is in my TPT shop, Art Sub Lessons.




This next one would work well for SPED or preschool.  You would need to cut out the shamrocks first, but it should be a successful lesson.



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