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How to Support Choice and Differentiation For Early Finishers
How a Choice Menu Keeps Students on Task 2:17
Utilizing Creation-Based Activities
Grid Drawing as an Extension Activity 1:45
Encouraging Free Drawing through a Choice Board 1:50
Encouraging Cleaning and Organizing Tasks
Critiquing Supplies Exploration 2:39
Maintaining the Art Room through Cleaning Task Cards 2:58
Providing Technology Options
Using Website Tickets for Online Time 3:38
Facilitating Student Photography 3:57
Setting Up for Creativity Choices
Using Doodling as a Meaningful Continuation 3:26
Organizing Design Challenges 6:17
Using Stations to Stay Organized
Setting up an Early Finisher Station 2:28
Keeping it Organized and Functional 2:40
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Learn how to support choice and differentiation for early finishers.
2 Discover specific activities to implement immediately into your classroom routine.
3 Apply some essential tips and tricks to create efficient early finisher stations.
This Learning Pack will discuss how to support your early finishers through choice and differentiation. Gain specific ideas to excite students through options that include technology, creativity, and design challenges. Learn why it’s important to plan and organize self-sufficient activity stations for students to work independently. It’s everything you need to implement early finisher strategies right away!
AOE Writer and Elementary Art Teacher
Lindsey Moss is an elementary art teacher in Yorkville, Illinois. She enjoys art history and finding creative and artistic solutions to educational challenges.