EARLY FINISHER ACTIVITIES
Yay! You finished your work early! - What should you do NOW?
Tap into your imagination and free Draw, on real paper!
Try some old school drawing. Just you, a pencil, and some paper. Blank sheets are on the supply table.
Keep literacy alive and Read a good book or graphic novel.
Books are awesome. Always have one close.
Practice your drawing skills and Draw one of the suggested topics at the end of this document.
Paper and Pencil, Marker,or Colored Pencil; You choose!
Improve your skills and Draw from observation.
Search the internet for a picture you are interested in drawing. Use it as a reference and draw it on paper. Color or B&W, your choice.
Test an art supply and Write a review.
Select an art supply to try out. Could be mine, could be yours. Test it. Write about it in detail. Pro’s & Cons.
Work on homework.
Get ahead of the game and finish some assignments.
Spend your extra time exploring some of your own creative interests.
Old School Games
Grab a mancala board or a deck of cards and spend some quality time with each other. (I’m looking to buy some more games, be the first to suggest, and I’ll try to get it.)
Ask your teacher from some origami paper and search YouTube video tutorials.
Hey!!! Notice anything missing from this list? Use this FORM to make a suggestion. I’ll review it, and if approved, I’ll add it.
Are you missing any work for Art Class? Check PowerSchool.
Practice your typing with Typing Club!
Be Internet Awesome and play Interland from Google Edu.
Make a cool 3-D design using TinkerCad!
(Sign in using your Google account)
Draw something using Google Draw.
Practice your coding skills with a Code.org/Hour of Code activity.
Create a pixel image or animation with PiskelApp
Quick, Draw! by Google - it’s a pictionary-like drawing game.
Google Maps “Smarty Pins” Trivia
Spell Up spelling game!
AutoDraw - graphics creator - start drawing, and Google will guess what you’re trying to make and give suggested clip art images to use!
Classic Mac OS emulator - try and see what an old-timey Paint/Draw program looked like way back when.
Oregon Trail - the original computer game
Explore Google Earth
Use Digital Drawing Tools to draw your learning mascot.
Use Chrome Canvas, Google Drawings, or Sketchbook.
* BONUS: Items that are labeled with a star can be turned in to Artsonia for extra credit.
Submit finished work to the “Independent Study” Project.
Draw your favorite animal.
Draw your favorite food.
Draw the front of your home.
Draw a video game character
Draw an x-ray version of an animal
Draw an optical illusion
Draw a new video game
Draw a taco
Design a new pattern
Design a new pair of shoes
Design a new emoji
Design a new font.
Draw your name in graffiti style letters
Design a mural
Draw your thoughts
Draw your best friend
Draw fantasy or imaginary creatures
Draw a Simpsons Character
Draw a new invention
Create an abstract drawing
Design a recyclable cup for an existing business
Draw your thoughts.
Draw a superhero
Draw something from Nature
Draw your heart, factual or fiction
Draw a dream you had.
Create a new animal
Draw something from the future.
Draw an underwater city
Draw a new outfit
Design a new logo
Draw what music feels like.
Draw a vending machine for something interesting and unlikely
Draw Outer Space
Draw a Season
Draw a Monster
Draw your favorite vacation
Draw a mythological creature
Draw your hero
Draw a fear you have
Draw your hair when you wake up
Draw a self portrait