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A brief overview of the rules and procedures used in an elementary art classroom.

A brief overview of the rules and procedures used in an elementary art classroom.

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  • 1. Artistically Awesome! How to use the Art Room to its fullest potential!
  • 2. Art Room Procedures
    • Sit in your assigned seat until instructions are given
    • Follow the class job chart to find your table’s job for the day
    • Work together at your table to share materials and clean up as a team
    • Share your ideas and opinions!
    • Leave the room neat and tidy, ready for the next group
  • 3. The Three “Bee’s”
    • “ Bee” Safe:
      • Walk in the classroom
      • Use tools and materials safely
      • Clean up any spills
      • Help classmates when they need assistance
    • “ Bee” Respectful
      • Use quiet voices
      • Speak when it’s your turn
      • Listen to others when they are speaking
      • Be a team player
    • “ Bee” Responsible
      • If you helped make the mess, please help clean it up
      • Report any dangerous situations to the teacher
      • Return all tools and materials to the correct locations
  • 4. Art Room Jobs
    • Chair Checkers: make sure all chairs are pushed in at the end of class (or stacked up at the end of the day)
    • Table Captains: Check everyone’s table at the end of class to make sure all materials are put away appropriately
    • Handout Helpers: Assist the teacher in passing out materials at the beginning of class
    • Floor Finders: Check the floor at the end of class to make sure it is clean and neat
    • Material Collectors: Assist the teacher at the end of class by picking up materials and artwork from each table
    • Final Inspectors: Check every table, chair, and the floor to give a final two thumbs up!
  • 5. Cleaning Up After Painting
    • YOU are responsible for your own materials! Please clean up after yourself by doing the following:
      • Take water container, paintbrushes, and paint trays to the sink area. Rinse out all tools and place clean paintbrushes in the container with the bristles facing UP.
      • If there is leftover paint, leave it on the counter.
      • Throw any wet newspaper away; fold any dry newspaper to be recycled another day.
      • Put your painting on the drying rack (use two hands to carry it).
      • Make sure your table is clean and dry. Use a sponge to clean up any paint or water, and dry with paper towels.
      • Help any classmates that need an extra hand.
      • Put your paint smock back in the closet (neatly).
      • Be proud of yourself for a job well done!
  • 6. Cleaning Up After Clay
    • Clay is FUN! Follow these rules for a quick clean up:
      • Gather any scraps of clay and place them back in the plastic clay bag.
      • Gather all tools (rolling pins, clay cutters, sponges, wire cutters) and put them back in the correct place on the clay cart
      • Wrap your clay project in your plastic bag.
        • If you are finished with the project, wrap it very loosely.
        • If you are still working on your project, wrap the plastic tightly around the clay.
      • Write your name on a piece of tape and stick it to the bag.
      • Place your project on the clay shelf.
      • Recycle any newspaper that you can; throw away any torn or wet paper.
      • Use a sponge to clean the clay off your table; dry with paper towels.
      • Help any classmates that need an extra hand.
      • Wash your hands!
      • Put your apron back in the closet (neatly).
      • Be proud of yourself for a job well done!
  • 7. How To Turn In A Completed Project
    • Make sure your name (first and last) is on the back of your project (or on the bottom of a clay project).
    • Put your teacher code under your name (classroom teacher’s first initial and grade number. Example: Popko’s 4 th grade is P-4).
    • Place your completed project in the “completed projects” tray on the teacher’s desk. If you are finished with a painting and it is still wet, place it back on the drying rack.
  • 8. I’m Finished…Now What?
    • Once you have completed your work and you still have some time left until the end of class, choose from these options:
      • Read a book
      • Free draw
      • Play with clay
      • Create a recycled project
      • Use the pattern blocks
      • Play a game with a friend
  • 9. You Are On Your Way!
    • Now that you have learned how to use the Art Room appropriately, you can have a lot of fun!
    • Remember, there are no wrong answers in art. Your opinions matter. Don’t be afraid to tell people how you feel about the art we are working on.
    • Bring your ideas with you every time!
  • 10. Credits
    • Beethoven, L. van “Piano Sonata No. 14 ‘Moonlight’”, retrieved from www.classiccat.net
    • Slidecast created by Jessica L. Maynard, July 2009

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