I’m Finished…Now What!
Welcome to Mexico
My students visit Mexico twice a year in October for “El Dia de los Muertos” and again in May for “Cinco de Mayo”.
So Lucky 🍀 of course they need their passports. (Which I created for them for my “Art around the World” unit.
In May students learn that Cinco de Mayo is a holiday that celebrates the date of the Mexican army’s 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War (1861-1867). I explain that in Mexico 🇲🇽 it’s a minor holiday but in the United States Cinco de Mayo has evolved into a commemoration of Mexican culture and heritage, particularly in areas with large Mexican-American populations.
In addition students make sombreros, Papel picado, and learn about one of my favorite Artist Frida Kahlo and yes I dress up like her. My students love all my costumes and I love giving them life long experiences. I also give them information about Diego Rivera. Students create self-portraits inspired my Frida as well as a collaborative mural inspired by Diego. 👩🏽🎨❤️🇲🇽🎨
One of my many door designs. I did this to motivate my students. I showed them a inspirational video by Demarjay Smith https://youtu.be/bniI8NUwoRU
This kid is awesome. Moral of the story is you have to work hard and never give up. Don’t put yourself down, always keep yourself up. As long as you keep that mindset you will succeed🙌🏽
You can either be the Shark 🦈 of the Ocean 🌊 or the fish 🐟 in the Sea. We are Sharks! Strength No Weakness! 💪🏽
My students created their own sharks to go around the door. The funny thing is each shark resembled the student in a weird way. Lol😄
I Genuinely Love My Students ❤️
I ❤️ What I do. Not only an Art Teacher but a Role Model!👩🏽🎨🎨
Just hanging out with my IDOL!…Iconic…Feeling Like Pablo!
Place your Completed Exit Ticket Here!
I collect the Exit Tickets daily and write comments, then I give my students an Emoji sticker, stating how I feel they did on the lesson and place it in their mailbox. This is also a great way to collect data and your students will love it.
A fun modern innovative way for students to go when they are done with their projects and reflect on the lesson. Students go to the Exit Table and fill out their Tickets before leaving class. they can also play an Emoji memory game, Emoji Dice, Art Bingo, or Art Dice if they have extra time. My students absolutely LOVE the whole Emoji idea. On the wall I also have the history of Emoji’s and how they were created.