It’s difficult to plan out an art class down to the last minute. Things can get chaotic quickly if students are waiting for a teacher to pick them up or for the bell to ring. That’s why it’s so important to have a few activities you can whip out at a moment’s notice. The game, “The Smartest Artist,” outlined in this video, is perfect for times like these!
Split your class into two teams and see what they know! A noisemaker adds to the fun. This game is a great way to review information and quickly assess your students. Bust it out on an evaluation day to wow your administrators!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Cassie Stephens is an elementary art teacher from Nashville, Tennessee with nearly 20 years experience and an AOE guest contributor.