Embracing Creative Arts in the Classroom
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Sydney Opera House Primary Education Program | Sydney Opera House - Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House Primary Education Program | Sydney Opera House - Sydney Opera House | Embracing Creative Arts in the Classroom | Scoop.it
Sydney Opera House Primary School Education Program. Information on performances, teacher's resources and more at the Sydney Opera House.

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The Sydney Opera House is an inspiring place for the Creative Arts, and is right in the heart of our city of Sydney.

This website allows access to Primary School Education Programs, information about performances and workshops, and plenty of teacher resources. 

 

It is a great website for teachers who may be interested in exploring the Arts, with their students, at the Sydney Opera House. 

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BBC - School Radio - Primary Drama: Teaching resources for KS2 and KS1 drama lessons

BBC - School Radio - Primary Drama: Teaching resources for KS2 and KS1 drama lessons | Embracing Creative Arts in the Classroom | Scoop.it
Audio teaching resources for primary drama lesson plans including an introduction to stories and roleplay, storytelling and drama workshops.

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School Radio is an interactive audio resource that is readily available for Primary School teachers and their students. 

 

The website promotes that their programmes provide a rich stimulus to support teachers who are less confident in using drama and can be adapted and developed by those with more drama experience. 

 

This is a resourceful website as it also integrates other key learning areas in the activities offered, such as English and HSIE. 

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tgir2835's curator insight, March 28, 2014 12:31 AM

Resource for teaching drama in the primary classroom

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Art Projects for Kids

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Kathy Barbo, who is the author of this blog, offers an endless list of art projects for teachers who may be in need of a little inspiration for their K-5 class.

 

Such projects range from oil pastel work to collage making, drawing, painting and much more. 

 

The great thing about all these projects is that they have all been tried and tested!

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KinderArt.com - Art Lessons by Grade, Lesson Plans by Age, Craft Activities by Theme and Creative Ideas for Teachers, Parents, Homeschoolers and Children of All Ages

KinderArt.com - Art Lessons by Grade, Lesson Plans by Age, Craft Activities by Theme and Creative Ideas for Teachers, Parents, Homeschoolers and Children of All Ages | Embracing Creative Arts in the Classroom | Scoop.it
KinderArt has free art lesson plans, craft activities and fine arts lessons for all ages - from toddlers to teenagers and beyond.

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KinderArt offers a variety of Visual Art lesson plans, that is not only easily accessible to all teachers, but is also a free resource. 

 

The lessons are divided into themes or categories, which makes it user friendly for visitors, and easier to navigate with themes in mind. Teachers are able to access these lessons by discipline, age or grade or special days and themes. 

 

It is a great resource for teachers to have in their tool belt if ever they feel uninspired and need direction for their future art lessons.

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tgir2835's curator insight, March 24, 2014 1:17 AM

A web resource with direct links to a variety of lessons covering a wide range of visual art activities for student in kindergarten to high school.

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Where does the water go? - Shelley Mitchell

The forest and river provide a rich source of inspiration for Shelley and her primary school students in their visual art projects. This video forms part of ...

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Peter Phillips's curator insight, August 3, 2013 7:50 PM

Shelley Mitchell describes the power of using creative arts to prompt children to tell stories about the river they live near. In doing so they become aware of the experiences, interpretations and thinking of others.  In this way art stimulates learning and appreciation of a resource that can all too easily be taken for granted.