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Hayley Bishop
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Elementary Visual Arts Teacher, Former First Grade Teacher, and Blogger
Elementary Visual Arts Teacher, Former First Grade Teacher, and Blogger

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Playdough Art Based Station
To give the students more opportunity to make sculptures, we have a Playdough Station. In this Art Based Station, students can make any sculpture they want. Below are some examples of students who practiced making masks with the dough.

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Radial Patterns Station
Kinder through Second Grade students practice creating radial patterns using wooden pattern blocks. Below are some examples of their work:

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Art Critique Station
As we study different artists, students have been taught to give verbal and written art critiques using appropriate vocabulary. In one of the stations, students use postcard size copies of various artworks to write art critiques. As a part of their art crit...

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Art Career Station
Another station that the students may choose to work in is an Art Career Station. In this Art Based Station, the Kindergarten and First Graders choose a Bubble Map to record various art careers on. As they take notes, they discuss the jobs with their tablem...

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Artist Quotes Stations
One of the Art Based Stations that third through fifth grade may choose to work on when they finish work early or on Fridays is an Artist Quotes Station. In this station, the students choose a quote by a historically famous artist. On a template provided, t...

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Artist Research Station
On most Fridays, the students work in Art Based Learning Stations. One of the stations is Artist Research Writing. In this station, the students choose an artist to read about. The artist cards that I provide are from Teachers Pay Teachers and can be found ...

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Read, Write, and Sketch The Art Room
Before teaching Visual Arts, I taught First Grade. With that background, I believe that "Word Walls" are a good reference for students when learning new content related vocabulary words. In one of our Art Based Learning Stations, students "Read, Write, and ...

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Kindergarten Calder Inspired Creations
After studying about artist Alexander Calder, Kindergarten students cut out shapes in primary colors and arranged them intuitively on their work. They then created various lines in the background using a ruler. Their works were on display for Open House and...

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First Grade Calder Inspired Landscapes
First Graders created abstract landscapes with balloons based off of their study of Alexander Calder and his work Balloon 13.

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Second Grade Calder Inspired People
Second Graders drew abstract people with various lines and primary colored accents after study the works of artist Alexander Calder. These works were on display for Open House and Big Art Day .  
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