Wrapping up your lessons soon? Don’t forget these important steps:
- Plan a celebration! Your student has been working hard – below are the suggestion for how to acknowledge their accomplishments and make it a day your student will never forget. For some kids, working towards a celebration, especially when sharing a new skill with a friend or family, can be a great motivator. Start talking about your celebration a few weeks in advance to help get your student excited.
- Complete this 5 minute, feedback survey. CoachArt wants to know how to better support you and our students.
- Send us your magical moments! Got a great picture or video from your lessons? Please email it to your Program Manager.
- What’s next? Want to keep working with the same student? Change subjects? Take a break? Email your Program Manager to share.
Congratulations on the end of your lessons!
Thank you so much for bringing joy and play into your student’s life.
- Create a gallery in the home of pieces and invite friends and family for a viewing. Tip: send special invitations in the mail or via email a week or two before
- Visit a gallery/exhibit focusing on the same type of visual art. Tip: check out local colleges, local galleries, free museum days or contact CoachArt for more resources in your area
- Invite friend or family over and have a student be the head coach to teach project or skills from favorite lesson
- Display student’s artwork online (i.e. Artsonia – get parents permission first)
- Create a performance in the home of a song or dance and invite friends and family for a viewing. Tip: send special invitations in the mail or via email a week or two before
- Find a local performer in the same type of art to go see. Tip: check out local colleges, cafes, city event websites or contact CoachArt for more resources
- Make a video of the performance for CoachArt’s YouTube channel (Be sure to get parent or guardian permission first!)
- Create a cookbook featuring all the recipes you made and photos of you and your student
- Prepare special dish to share with friend or family. Tip: send special invites in the mail or email a week or two before
- Visit a culinary school or restaurant where to get to meet the chef or see a real restaurant kitchen
- Have one of the student’s friends come over for the final day and have the student lead the lesson
- Invite friends and family over to play a game of your sport. Tip: make special invitations via mail or email a week or two in advance
- Switch roles! the student becomes the coach, the coach becomes the student
- Go to the local sports game. Tip: look at colleges, minor league, community games – check with CoachArt on expenses and for resources
- Present a medal to the student
- Have snacks and watch a current or re-run match/game that would be special and fun for your student