I'm not a fan of worksheets, especially in the art room - but occasionally, they serve a purpose. When I taught in a school setting I used the introductory worksheet below as a first day activity. It's a simple worksheet that doesn't require gobs of supplies and can easily be completed in the time left after going over rules and routines. I refer to these 6 or 10 famous lines (depending oon age) throughout the year and this worksheet directly drifts into our first project.
Now that I'm teaching in a small group studio setting I think I might bring this back for the very young. It's a simple way to get information across and is a nice take home to show parents what we worked on and learned as we lead into other projects.
What do you do the first day?
Feel free to download below. It's free for personal use as a parent or within a public classroom setting. If you're using it for a studio setting, (where you are making a profit from its use) I ask that you purchase it from the Art Studio Handout Package.
Famous Lines Worksheets
A basic introduction to the 6 or 10 famous lines in a worksheet format. Great for the beginning of a school year with early elementary.
This download includes 2 worksheets, the first listing ten famous lines, and the following one listing 6 famous lines. It leaves room for your students to add in their practice lines and leads wonderfully into a plethora of lesson plans.
This is free for personal or public classroom use. if you are purchasing to use in a studio setting (where you are collecting a fee) please purchase the Worksheets for the Art Studio package which includes this particular handout(s).
This is a digital download in a .pdf file in 8.5x11" format,
It includes 2 .pdf files
Please be sure that you have an application to open this file type before purchasing and downloading.
• All files are created by me and can not be marketed or resold, but please use them in your studio as you wish, including reproducing them for distribution among your students.
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