Halloween Art Sub Lessons for Middle School and Elementary
Here are lessons your kids will love doing around Halloween. Some are full lessons in my TPT shop. Some are links to lessons on other blogs. Some are ideas for great Halloween lessons. I thought they would be great for sub lessons, but an art teacher or classroom teacher could successfully teach them as well.
Here is a fun elementary art project for Cinco de Mayo, Halloween, or Day of the Dead. It can be set up as an art center; used as an early finishers project, or taught as an art sub lesson. There are templates, sample patterns, and examples of three different designs. See more about this set of worksheets at TPT Shop: Centers and Early Finishers
Here's a haunted house lesson that I created. Find it here on TPT: Art Sub Lessons - Halloween Haunted Houses or a post about it here in this blog: Haunted House Lesson.
Here's a worksheet for early finishers at TPT.
"Create a Silly Monster" This would be great for subs, art teachers, and classroom teachers.
Here's another one. Yippee!!! Creating Silly Monsters
Here's an extra goodie of my own. Subs will love if you leave a worksheet for those early finishers!!! This worksheet has an assortment of details for decorating their jack o' lantern. It also has a lightly drawn-in pumpkin for them to use as a base. As a complete lesson, students could draw on another sheet, their own pumpkin shapes and use the worksheet as a reference. There is also a sheet with 3 sample decorated pumpkins. $.99 at my TeachersPayTeachers shop: Art Sub Lessons.
This STEAM art activity would be fun to do around a Mexican holiday like Day of the Dead. If your students have seen the animated movie, “Coco,” they will be familiar with Día de Los Muertos. It would work perfectly as an art sub lesson. This lesson plan is by TPT Shop: Cool Classroom Stuff
This may be set up as a classroom learning center; an activity for early finishers; or as a teacher led lesson.
I found the most wonderful Halloween lessons that could be turned into art sub lessons. Check these out!!!
Amy, at Makes and Takes, gives step-by-step instructions and many visuals for this lesson. She used black paper and oil pastel, but this could easily be done with crayons on lighter paper.
At Panicked Teacher, Susie gives you step by step instructions on how to make this patterned pumpkin. I believe she is a classroom teacher who has to supplement art instruction in her class for most of the school year.
This lesson, at ArtfulNest, was written for middle school. You could write it up as a fifth-grade lesson or a sixth-grade one. You could also bring it down to the upper primary grades with a change of media. Leave your subs some good visuals. They could teach this!
***Monster lesson. There are lots of wonderful visuals and complete details here. It is taught with paint and gadget prints, but you could so easily adapt it with crayons for your sub lesson. Visit Line FrØslev. There are wonderful things over there.
Here's one done for you already. Step-by-step instructions were written here by Ms. Crisco over at Crisco Art. Always a good type of lesson to leave for a sub.
Art Sub Plan - Op Lines
The blog, Kids Art Market, has written up directions for a lesson that could be used by an art sub. Don't you love it when someone else has already done the work and shared it???