Fun tips for the ART-lesson

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Fun tips for the ART-lesson
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In this activity, the pupils will get to experience that wood work can sometimes be similar to gymnastics. Here they must use their muscles while working with the rasp. And they become masters in hammering! Step-by-Step and list of materials/tools.
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This activity fits well for pupils of all ages, younger and older. The pupils will often have time to make a little family of fish. Step-by-Step and list of materials/tools.
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The most effective pupils will have time to make a big family of these charming owls during one work session. Step-by-Step and list of materials/tools.
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From crafts to art crafts. With simple measures you can make a lot out of traditional wood work activities. Step-by-Step and list of materials/tools.
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This activity is really fun. And it’s really great to just test it out with all possible materials – we make the road by walking! Before you start, do a presentation about Picasso. This will trigger many ideas! Step-by-Step and list of
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The focus here is to learn the difference between hammering in a nail and screwing in a screw. And assembling parts by drilling holes and using round log, a simple type of pinned connection. The pupils are eager to work and you will see many funny
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In this activity there’s room for many variations. Use your imagination and find your own twist. Or follow one of my suggestions. Step-by-Step and list of materials and tools you need.
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This is a fun and often used activity. Many different cultures are known for their masks. Allow the pupils to take inspiration from these, so they can express themselves creatively and create their very own expression. Step-by-Step and list of
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Relief is an art form which has ”always” existed. There are endless possibilities of variation, both in terms of materials and techniques. In this activity, we focus on an image. Step-by-Step, template and list of materials/tools.
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This is an activity to be done over time, but it’s worth it. The pupils are so happy with the result – it simply becomes small art boxes! Step-by-Step and list of materials/tools.
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”A jewel on the wall” This is a comprehensive task that needs to be done over time. However, the results are very good and the pupils will be really proud of what they achieved. Step-by-Step, templates and list of materials/tools.
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This is an activity where you practice using a saw in a fun way. Step-by-Step and list of materials/tools.
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This is a simple activity appropriate for all age groups. In middle school, this can work great as an additional activity which most pupils can manage on their own. Step-by-Step and list of materials/tools.
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Step-by-Step on how to make a bird sculpture with a personality and surfaces of great variety.
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Step-by-Step on how to make a leaf plate. This activity fits well to do when school starts after summer or in the fall. Then you can find many nice and large leaves outside.
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There are endless possibilities of variations for these plates. Maybe you want to combine them with some of the suggestions from the Heart Relief activity. The result will be something unique! You get material list, list of tools and Step-by-Step.
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Flower bulbs can take many forms. This is a rather unusual type. Step- by-step, material list and list of tools.
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These chickens are wonderfully charming. And the best part is that it’s neither difficult nor very time-consuming to make a whole bunch of them. Step-by-Step, template and list of materials/tools.
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Make one or two or three... Depending on how effective the pupils are. But candlesticks are well suited to be in a set. However, they don’t need to look the same?? Step-by-Step and list of materials/tools.
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These small colourful creatures are fun and easy to make. Clay is a appreciative material to work with – it’s just to start over if it doesn’t turn out the way you wanted... The pupils have time to create a small family during one
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I’ve taught arts and crafts at an elementary school in Norway for 17 years. I am commited to the fact that students need to have some basic knowledge and experience before they can develop their own artistic expression. I have taught in many different subjects such as ceramics, woodwork, textile, painting, graphics and drawing. I also think it is exciting to use other materials like spun cotton balls, foam paper, wool etc.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I think it is important that all students will be able to make a product they can be proud of. All my projects are designed with good explanations for both students and teachers. It should be fun to learn new techniques and become familiar with new materials.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated lecturer in arts and crafts at the University of Oslo in 1997.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

In autumn 2016, I launched an educational program called "Artige tips til KH-timen" in Norway. (Fun tips for the ART-lesson) It is a series that consists of eight booklets in various categories such as woodwork, ceramics, textiles, materialmix, other materials, drawing, painting/graphics and wall decoration. It is these projects that has been translated into English so I can share them with the "whole world".

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