Clip chart. "Here's the form I sent home each day. This form was in each student's folder. The circle is to be filled with whatever color the student ends the day on. You need 7 colors & maybe a pen to write an explanation for 'parent contact' students. So easy. I made a ton of copies of this at the beginning of the year & replaced it at the beginning of each month. It's very visual & I even let the kids color in their circles the last quarter of the year (with supervision).... they loved…
Use this for your kindergarteners' last day of school! They can easily color in which emotion they are feeling and then color a picture of what they look like. It is fun to see how they draw themselves at the beginning of the year compared to the end of the year!
This activty is for PreK and Kindergarten. The children would get a piece of paper with questions on it. The questions are I have __hair. I am a_, My favorite color is_ Who am I? They will fill in the blanks. The second piece of paper would Say I am. then they would have to draw a picture of them. At the end it will be a book. the children would have a copy for them to take home.
I LOVE the simplicity and organization in this room. There is some color, but it is not overwhelming. I think that the trendy "cute" in the classroom can get to be cluttered and students are distracted by this in the end. GREAT IDEAS.
collage color wheel --this would be a good beginning of the year art project when trying to determine where each kid is developmentally (targets: colors, shapes, fine motor, creative expression, matching, and sorting)
Anybody can do circles! More kid's art that can do magic in art therapy groups. The piece has a particular focus/responds to a particular question. Each circle can represent a person, a thought, a feeling, a situation etc.. Lines spaces between can indicate the relationships and connections btwn these elements . . .