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Early [PK-K] Lesson Plan

Imagination Stations

Created on January 30, 2021 by verofla

K-1st Rotating "Imagination Stations" for a substitute day or great to use for beginning/end of the year.

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1 session; 50 minutes per session

1. SWBAT share & collaborate in small groups.
2. SWBAT explore different media at each station.

1. Scrap Paper
2. Colored Pencils
3. Markers
4. Pencils
5. Building Blocks
6. Modeling Clay
7. Projector & Laptop

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Teacher Prep: Have supplies set out on each table prior to class

1. Imaginations Stations project slide
2. Explain that it is a day of discovery, exploring & sharing supplies
3. Explain & if needed demo what is at each table/station:
Drawing, Building, Sculpture, Coloring
4. Students will share & take turns using supplies.
5. With younger students it is always a good idea to practice on how to rotate.
6. Students stay with their tables and rotate as a small group.
7. Depending on the amount of time in the art period will determine the amount of time spent at each station.
8. Ideally by the end of class each station will have been visited.
9. The table student's end at will be their responsibility to clean up.
10. If time permits allow students to reflect & share out any discoveries they made or what they may have enjoyed the most.

Informal observation: Were students able to collaborate, share, and clean up?

Great plan for a sub.

Ideal Lesson Plan for beginning/end of year when supplies may be minimal.

If you need more stations think about including: art puzzle station, texture rubbing plates, drawing books


Visual Arts Standard 1:
Understanding and applying media, techniques, and processes

[K-4] Students describe how different materials, techniques, and processes cause different responses
[K-4] Students use art materials and tools in a safe and responsible manner