STEP 21. Here some little details, what you need to draw too, these needs just in the realistic hand drawing.
what a great way to use up all the boxes
Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.
Poster of painting techiques. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/
Bubble Painting Envelopes = 1/2 cup of water, 2 Tablespoons of paint, and a few squirts of dish soap in each container. Blow with a straw into the cup to make lots of bubbles pile up on top of the cup, then press paper to the bubbles so they pop and leave bubble prints!
Have you ever tried to draw or paint someone's portrait and struggled to get a good likeness? http://community.art-is-fun.com/forum/topics/it-looks-better-upside-down
LINES wall poster I like the different line descriptions. Use with the 1st grade line lesson
Printmaking Art Vocabulary handout/poster
Here is a helpful handout for your printmaking vocabulary needs at the elementary and middle school level. You can also print it poster size on your school's poster maker. It is hand-drawn for that sketchbook feel.