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18.5.20 - Creative Monday! Today we are looking at perspective - how things appear to get smaller, the further away they are. Have a look - can you spot the vanishing point? Don't forget to show us how you get on!

18.5.20 - Creative Monday! Today we are looking at perspective - how things appear to get smaller, the further away they are. Have a look - can you spot the vanishing point? Don't forget to show us how you get on! 1

11.5.20 - Creative Monday! Have a go at some masking tape art! You don’t need paint - pen or pencil will also do fine! Get creative 🌈

Bright Sparks - Arts & Crafts presents to you how to make this fun Sticky Tape Art. Here at Bright Sparks - Arts & Crafts we help inspire and motivate your c...

How to draw Graffiti for beginners !! 2019

Watch the YouTube clip below👇🏼 can you draw your name in graffiti style writing? Be as creative as you can and don’t worry, in art, there are no rules. Just try your best.

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Human Body - Fact or Fib?

A fun, interactive science lesson for primary school children with illustrations.
Relax for 15, while your kiddies engage in a fun interactive science lesson about the human body. Is it a fact or fib? .... Come and find out! We hope your little ones enjoy it ❤️ spread the fun ❤️ more educational read-alouds coming soon, subscribe for notifications 👍

My Home is My Museum

We've launched an exciting new project to keep the little ones entertained whilst they're learning from home... #MyHomeisMyMuseum

About the project

If you’re off school and aged between four and 11 years old, we’d love you to get involved with our brand-new project: My Home is My Museum.

Imagine creating your own exhibition or gallery of artworks inspired by you! What would you like people to know about you? What are the important things in your home that are close to your heart? Who might you paint a picture of? Toys, special outfits, holiday souvenirs and much-loved teddy bears are some of the many things you might wish to include as objects are artworks.

How to get involved

We’d love to hear all about you and your story so let’s get creative! Here’s what you need to do:

  • Create a list of up to 10 objects that would be in an exhibition about you - write a short description about each one saying why you think they should be part of your display.

Or:

  • Create your own art gallery - draw, paint or make up to 10 of your very own artistic creations that represent the objects or people that are important to you. Write a short explanation of why you chose them.

Then:

  • Name your exhibition - keep it simple by naming it after you, or be more inventive!
  • Design a poster - every great exhibition has a brilliant poster to go with it, to entice visitors to come and see it. Design something eye-catching!
  • Create a promotional video - ask your mum, dad, carer or guardian to help you take a video to promote your exhibition and what it’s all about. It should be up to 60 seconds long, filmed in landscape mode on a smartphone, and then shared on our social media accounts for everyone to see, using the hashtag #MyHomeIsMyMuseum

When National Museums Liverpool’s venues reopen, the best videos will be shortlisted and a few lucky children will get to have their exhibitions featured in a special digital exhibition online. They will also get to spend an afternoon with a top curator who can share all their tips about putting together a blockbuster exhibition, along with a behind the scenes tour.

If you would like, use a recipe for 6 cupcakes and make them for you family.

Then have a go at using your maths skills to see how much of each ingredient you would need to make;

12 cupcakes?

18 cupcakes?

3 cupcakes?

Try it and see!

As this time that we are all dealing with is so unprecedented, why not keep a daily diary of what you are doing so that when you are older, you can look back on the diary and remember what we (as a nation and as a world) were going through.  

 

You could write a letter to the NHS to thank them for what a marvellous and worthwhile job they are doing.  

 

You might even like to write to an elderly relative or neighbour to let them know that you are thinking about them or offering to help them in any way that you can (whilst keeping your social distance of 2 metres!).  

 

If you have a sibling at home with you too, why not create your own version of a news report where you could create it, present it and interview each other too, just like on the TV.  

 

Write a letter to yourself - tell yourself your age, who your friends are, your favourite TV show/song/music/hobbies/book etc.  Write about what is going on in your own words.  Tell your future self how you feel as you are writing the letter.  Tell yourself what you would like to be the you are older and 5 things that you'd like to achieve as you grow up.  Then, seal it and keep it safe so you can open it when you are an adult and then read it back to yourself.  

 

If it is safe to do so; get a newspaper and start a scrap book.  Cut out articles that you think are important now and this that you think would be important for your future self.  You could even print things from any articles that you have read online.

 

Draw a picture of your family as it is now.  Who is in your family? Why are they important to you?

 

Take some pictures of the world around you - does it inspire you to create the picture using art materials (pains, pens, pencils, collaging, natural resources - leaves, sticks, grass, flowers).  Can you create a scene from more than one picture that you've taken?

 

Watch a film, sing a song; maybe even write a song, practise your ukuleles (5GC) or volunteer to help your community or do some exercise etc.  

 

Design a board game - You could think about designing your own board game or theme park attraction.  Decide on:

  • What will it be called?
  • What is it?
  • Will you need to design a logo?
  • How can it be played? (If you are designing a board game)
  • ​​​​​​​How much will it cost to design and then make?
  • How many people are allowed to use your attraction/play your game?
  • How would you advertise it to make people want to buy your game or come and use your attraction?
  • How will people get there - transport costs? car parking?
  • Can you bring it to life on Minecraft?

 

These are just some ideas, maybe you have others that you could share?

You could collect items and make notes to put in a 'Time Capsule' that remind you of what were doing as a country to all pull together through this difficult and testing time then, when you're older, you could open it and see what you put in it as a reminder of the global pandemic that we are all experiencing right now in 2020.  (See the specially designed Time Capsule activity below.)

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