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Series: Art & Design


Accept and Learn from Mistakes

Accept and Learn from Mistakes

In this video, students will interview an elder, then create an illustrated postcard that shows what they learned about mistakes helping people to grow.
All the Best Moves

All the Best Moves

Children aged 3-7 can use the five STEAM disciplines – science, technology engineering, art, and math – to explore living and non-living things. In this activity, children will create a game focused on how things move. By combining seemingly...Show More
Animals Big and Small

Animals Big and Small

Observing what is the same or different is an important skill for 21st century learners. In this activity, children aged 3-7 will design and play a hand-made card game. In doing so, they will build observation skills while learning about animal...Show More
Ask Deeper Questions

Ask Deeper Questions

Asking questions helps turn curiosity into inquiry! In this activity, children will learn more about different types/ levels of questions by creating an Inquiry Ladder and challenging themselves to think about bigger, essential questions.
Blend Ideas to Make Them Better

Blend Ideas to Make Them Better

Scientists, tech experts, engineers, artists and mathematicians get excited when they think of good ideas and blend them with other ideas. In this activity, children will create a board game and work together to make it better.
Buddies Keep Me Company

Buddies Keep Me Company

Children learn more about emotions by seeing situations from others’ perspectives and by sharing experiences that are real or imaginary. In this activity, children aged 8-10 will create and trade travel buddies with members of their family. In...Show More
Cause and Effect

Cause and Effect

Looking closely at art helps us imagine a story and predict how it could change. In this activity, you will use a piece of art as a story starter – then predict what could happen next.
Celebrate and Honour

Celebrate and Honour

Art and writing offer families opportunities to celebrate traditions and honour those who have made a difference. Stories about those who have come before us help young adults develop respect for their heritage. In this activity, children aged...Show More
Celebrate Strengths

Celebrate Strengths

In this video, students will create a hand-drawn selfie, using words and symbols that celebrate their personal strengths.
Celtic Art

Celtic Art

Discover who the Celts were and what types of art they produced in this engaging and light-hearted programme. From metalwork to illuminated manuscripts to iconic knotted patterns, the world of Celtic art has a rich history that continues to amaze...Show More
Change Poems

Change Poems

Art and poetry can help reveal truths and build self-awareness. Poetry helps us explore our inner selves and see the self we show others. In this activity, children aged 8-11 will write poems that describe who they are and how people change over...Show More
Colour

Colour

The element of colour is defined and described in this video using colourful animation and the examination of artworks, including Vasily Kandinsky’s ‘Painting with Green Center’, Paul Cézanne’s ‘Still Life with Apples and a Pot of...Show More
Colourful Days

Colourful Days

Looking at illustrations before reading the words in picture books helps children see that there are many different ways of telling stories. In this activity, children aged 8-11 will look at the pictures in a book, then retell the story as a...Show More
Colourful World of Animals

Colourful World of Animals

Nature and art can inspire children to tell amazing stories. Creating animal stories helps children understand the difference between fact and fiction. In this activity, children aged 8-11 will create an imaginary animal and build a story around it.
Colours

Colours

Educational video for kids to spot the different colour. This challenge is a wonderful resource to practice visual attention skills and mental agility. Students will have 15 seconds to spot the different colour. Will players be able to reach the...Show More
Creative Process

Creative Process

In this Miniclip, students are introduced to practical strategies to help form an effective creative workflow for a tackling a project of their own. Students will learn how to develop an idea through brainstorming, how to create an appropriate...Show More
Design Innovations

Design Innovations

Designers and engineers create new products by identifying unmet needs, then defining, exploring and assessing solutions. In this activity, children aged 12-14 will use the IDEA Design Thinking Process to reimagine and improve items used every...Show More
Do You See What I Hear?

Do You See What I Hear?

Understanding stories involves listening and visualising. In this activity, children aged 3-7 will create sketches based on a story they have heard or read. Children will then make connections between their story sketches and other personal...Show More
Draw a Code

Draw a Code

Ancient people drew symbols on cave walls to tell stories. Today, visual communication is everywhere. Children build their storytelling skills by exploring how other writer-artists work. In this activity, children aged 8-10 will create unique...Show More
Dream Car

Dream Car

From self-driving cars to amphibian roadsters, vehicles are evolving to meet human needs. Design Thinking involves taking other people’s ideas onboard. In this activity, children aged 8-11 will use the IDEA Design Thinking Process to create...Show More
Engaging Fully

Engaging Fully

In this video, students will rewrite and illustrate a classic story to make it more inclusive.
Everyone Has Feelings

Everyone Has Feelings

Children build social and emotional skills by identifying what other people feel and recognising feelings in themselves. Thinking and talking about feelings is important. In this activity, children aged 3-7 will create a book that illustrates a...Show More
Extend Expectations

Extend Expectations

In this video, students will create a personal plan mobile that represents the relationships, interests and paths they will take in the future.
Finding Fascinating Problems

Finding Fascinating Problems

Our brains like questions, movement, and visual exercises. In this activity, students will research and illustrate how the brain works when actively engaged in finding and solving fascinating problems.
Flip and Sketch Ideas

Flip and Sketch Ideas

STEAM Teams include scientists, tech experts, engineers, artists and mathematicians who solve real-world problems, knowing there is always more than one right answer. In this video, children modify everyday objects that could be used in new ways...Show More