Jump start your students' creativity with this fun lesson.
Even this control freak of an art teacher was able to feel confident leaving this one for a sub lesson!
My favorite construction paper to use with my Elementary students is Pacon's Tru-Ray paper. It's a fade-resistant paper that's great for all kinds of projects. For years I've unwrapped the plastic from the bundles of paper, tossed the plastic in the garbage, but couldn't toss the cover sheet that comes with each pack.
I left this lesson for a couple classes when I had a professional leave day.
The lesson's a simple one! What could this face be instead of a sun face?
Students cut out the face and glued it somewhere on a white paper and then went at it with crayons. Their creative problem solving brought a smile to my face when I went through the work the students did while I was away. It kind of made me jealous I wasn't there to see them work on the project. I can imagine what their conversations were as they figured out what they were doing with that smiling face.
These are a couple of my favorites -
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So...Stop throwing those sun faces away today!!