Historical, Culturally Diverse, Standards-Based Art Lessons to Inspire Young Artists

When you purchase Meet the Masters, you will receive a Coordinator Implementation Guide that will contain everything you need to run and enjoy a very successful art program at your school.

This series of Art Assemblies, Learning Packets, and Classroom Projects have been designed to further the appreciation and skills of all students that it touches. Many adult participants have learned a lot also!

We have found through the years that delegating the responsibilities makes this job easier. If you choose, you could divide the duties as follows: duplicating, scheduling, recruiting and communicating with volunteers, supply ordering and preparation, and bulletin board display.

Here is the table of contents of the implementation guide:

Meet the Masters Implementation Guide Table of Contents

PROGRAM ORGANIZATION [1]

  • Coordinators Overview and Timeline
  • In-service School Guidelines
  • Program Outline
  • Program Outline – Track Schedule
  • Vocabulary Card Word List
  • Learning Packet GuidelinesSCHEDULING [2]
  • Scheduling Guidelines
  • Assembly Schedule
  • Classroom Art Activity Schedule

SUPPLIES [3]

  • Supplies Provided by School
  • Supply Tips
  • Paper Requirements
  • School Paper Order
  • Supplies Provided by Meet the Masters©
  • Class List
  • Getting Ready for the Art Activity
  • Committee Preparation of Classroom Art Supplies
  • Supply Check-Off List
  • Glue Trick

COMMUNICATION [4]

  • What to Expect
  • Reminder Note Schedule
  • Reminder Note to Teachers
  • Meeting, Imagining, Creating (Volunteer Recruitment)
  • Newsletters

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION [5]

  • Volunteer List
  • Name Tags
  • Directions – Artist Profile Slips
  • Directions – Student Art Awards
  • Bulletin Board Suggestions

SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE [6]

  • Who Do I Call?

PORTFOLIO LESSON PLAN AND LEARNING PAGES [7]