The Art Book Conclusion: Portfolio Assessment and Art Lessons for Kids: KinderArt ®
THE ART BOOK CONCLUSION
Written by: Maryanne Messier [Maryanne is a teacher from Janesville Wisconsin.]
How to complete the art book.
Once you have finished all the pages in the art book, you can have the
students help you sort all the pages out.
Hand back all of the pages and have the students put them in order.
Once that is finished, it is your job to collect them and bind them. I
used the school's binder and a spiral attachment on the side to bind the
pages into a book. If you don't have access to one, you can always
assemble them with yarn on the side. You just have to punch holes in
the sides of all the pages. This process can take a while so help is
always a good thing.
After the books have been bound, the students have a portfolio for the
teacher to see their progress through the year, and they have a
memorable book to keep for themselves for years. They also have a great
tool to remember all the basics for art :o).
Congratulations on a successful book!
Related Lessons and Resources:
► The Art Book - Index
Teaching Art to Young Children ages 4-9
by Robert Barnes
►More Activities Like This
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