EASY - NO MESS - ONLY PAPER AND PEN NEEDED - NO SETUP REQUIRED
Appropriate for primary & high school aged students. These powerful and flexible art exercises can be used to spark creativity and teach the students about the importance of the learning process, perspective, trying something new, and imagination.
- 5 stand alone art lessons with activities included
- customisable powerpoint file with font pack included
- ready to present exported pdf file
I’ve used these lessons with my Primary students all the way to my year 12 students. All ages find these tasks engaging and fun, and look forward to starting the day or the class with a ‘coffee time’ tasks.
"TO LIVE A CREATIVE LIFE WE MUST LOOSE OUR FEAR OF BEING WRONG!" & that is what this collection of exercises is all about.
The aim of these creative exercise is to develop students’:
- Confidence and help students relax into a creative mindset
- Engagement in art making using fun and simple methods
- Willingness to try new things whilst having a positive attitude
- Desire to enjoy the process and not the finished product, often these tasks are not about the end result but instead about the journey of creating
- Innovative thinking and observational skills
Fulfils key components of the Australian Curriculum - Arts
Aims to develop students’:
- creativity, critical thinking, aesthetic knowledge and understanding about arts practices, through making and responding to artworks with increasing self-confidence
arts knowledge and skills to communicate ideas; they value and share their arts and life experiences by representing, expressing and communicating ideas, imagination and observations about their individual and collective worlds to others in meaningful ways
- use of innovative arts practices with available and emerging technologies, to express and represent ideas, while displaying empathy for multiple viewpoints
understanding of Australia’s histories and traditions through the arts, engaging with the artworks and practices, both traditional and contemporary, of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
- understanding of local, regional and global cultures, and their arts histories and traditions, through engaging with the worlds of artists, artworks, audiences and arts professions.