It's the month of October! I hope you've all settled comfortably and well into the year's school term. Perhaps now is a good time to take a look at how we can create a more fertile environment for creative learning, where student creativity can take root, grow and thrive.
Although it is said we cannot teach our students creativity, we can however, provide them with the necessary direction to encourage self-directed imagination, creation and discussions.
Here are some fun new creative ideas for you to consider in your classroom :)
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My Japanese Concert Fan (FREE)
The Uchiwa (うちわ) is a traditional Japanese fan made from bamboo and paper. Today, you will see the faces of famous Japanese and K-pop singers printed on these fans and handed out during concerts.
In this activity, your child will learn about the Japanese Uchiwa fan and also draw their favourite music band on these traditional fans on the printable worksheets.
Math is More Fun With: Koalas (FREE)
Everybody loves Koalas! These cuddly and cute marsupials from "Down Under" are iconic to Australia. They live in the Eucalyptus forests in the southeast and eastern parts of the country.
In this activity, your child have an opportunity to learn more about Koalas and also mathematical concepts such as basic division and number bonds through a simple story based challenge.
Design NFTs: Dumplings (PREMIUM)
We have bored apes, pudgy penguins, cool cats and even weird whales. No, we're not talking about some imaginary animal supermarket. These are some of the hottest NFT (non-fungible token) projects of the past few years.
In this activity, your child will learn about NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and the art and technologies behind some of the biggest NFT projects. They will have a chance to design the concept art on a printable for a potential simple NFT series.
Art of Comprehension: Get Better at Reading Instructions (PREMIUM)
Reading instructions is an important part of learning any subject. Students who are in elementary school often struggle to complete their work assignments properly due to their less developed reading and comprehension skills.
In this activity, your child will be given a series of drawing and writing tasks on the printable worksheets. They will need to read and follow the printed instructions carefully to complete each task.
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Enjoy and let's fill this October with creativity!