Bid a farewell to those summer days & say hello to the start of a new year, teachers! Some of you may have a love-hate relationship when it comes down to getting ready for another school year, but we’re here to make your life easier!
“Well, how’s that?”, you ask? We help you add one activity that can be diversified & changed to go along with whatever your lesson plan may be! We’ll let you in on how that is… with artist paint palettes! We’ve got a variety of sizes & shapes for the young artists in your classrooms.
Now these can be used for any age group or grade level, but we are going to focus on how it can help younger children, preferably from Pre-Kindergarten and on to 2nd grade, learn. It is known that young minds learn best by experience & by ‘doing’. Here are some ideas for incorporating painting with our artist paint palettes into your lesson plans:
With this activity, students will learn the differences between geographic shapes. Paint & get creative while also asking thought provoking questions like “Which shapes can you name?” or “What new shapes can you make with the ones you see?”.
Teach your kiddos about the different ocean habitats. Mention things like the different animals, plants, colors, and shapes that are involved. After, let their creativity flow by asking them to paint their own ocean, leaving no white space on the page.
This is an exercise that is observation based while also working on their painting skills. It’s up to their own interpretation! This is for sure to be a portrait that will be cherished by their families.
We hope these ideas give you the push to make the move on purchasing our artist paint palettes! Interested in more that we have to offer? Check out our catalog for lawn & garden products & even pet supplies!