1 Organize an Urban Sketching event in your community for students - particularly good to tie-in with a study of local history. Think about a historic place - with indoor space to sketch. Or, do it virtually, with Google Street view on a Smart Board, if you cannot travel!
2 Make an in-house video of what art means. Have student releases signed, and have 'interviewers', volunteers to speak, and 'videographers'. Edit and play in-house or on your district web/Facebook page. Students can use a prop titled "What Art Means to Me" and write their responses to hold up.
3 Use props from #2 and post daily to Twitter.
4 Challenge students to create an Art Rap - lyrics and choreography to create a video. Show them all on a Friday afternoon, with popcorn for all!
5 Have students make mini-sketchbooks and do a drawing challenge. Involve the staff, too!
6 Create 'walking paintings' - cardboard with a face cut out from a famous work of art.
Thanks to frequent contributor to The Artful Advocate, Donnalyn Schuster, for providing this week's 'Fab Five' post!