Some of the questions came directly off of the free PDF download above, others came from my head and some came from other random pins. Here's what the balls have written on them:
How was line used in this artwork?
The ping pong ball critique questions will also be great to use as a bell ringer too. I think I want to plan on having students use their sketchbooks as a place to write bell ringers, notes, project sketches and homework sketches. I envision having a famous artwork on the board when students come in, ask them to grab a ball and answer the question in their sketchbook. As students get settled, I'll ask for some volunteers to share their responses. I feel this would be less of a waste of paper to have students do bell ringers in their sketchbooks instead of on copied slips of paper. Plus, it will ensure that sketchbooks are brought to class every day and not wasted.
Since all of my SLO's will be coming from high school art classes this upcoming year, my gears are drastically switching. I am going to be more concerned with getting classroom management routines down in a way that works (such as the bell ringer and exit slip...something I haven't used before). I would eventually like to work a bell ringer/exit slip into the elementary art room, but I don't want to stretch my time too much now that I only get those kiddos once a cycle.