Lower Key Stage 2 Art and Design Activities
Lower Key Stage 2 is a crucial stage in a child's development as they continue to grow in their creativity and imagination. Hands-On Education's cross-curricular approach provides a comprehensive solution that covers objectives across multiple subjects. With topics spanning Art & Design, Design & Technology (D&T), English, Geography, History, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education (PE) and Science, children are exposed to a wide range of learning opportunities.
The activities are designed to engage children in hands-on learning, with meaningful outcomes that allow them to apply their newfound knowledge in practical ways. Whether it's painting, building, colouring or crafting, there are plenty of primary resources available to Lower Key Stage Two children to enjoy.
These activities can be used throughout the academic year, allowing for continuous learning and development. Alternatively, you can choose to focus on a particular aspect to supplement your existing curriculum. It's important to note that if you decide to use any of these topics in a different Year Group or Key Stage, you will need to consider how to adapt the outcomes, content, delivery methods, resources and differentiation, as well as the relevant National Curriculum objectives to ensure the best outcomes.
Overall, the Hands-On Education approach provides a flexible and engaging way for children to learn and grow in their creativity and imagination, while covering important learning objectives across multiple subject areas.