Hands-On Expressive Arts and Design Activities
Welcome to Hands-On Education, where we provide primary school teachers and home educators with information to help them teach their students in a fun and engaging way. Our Reception ages educational activities are perfect for those teaching students about understanding the world, literacy, and personal, social and emotional development. These activities are designed to help support children in their learning journey and make teaching easier for you.
Expressive Arts & Design is an essential part of early learning goals for young children. It helps them to explore and express themselves through various art forms, including music, dance, drama, and visual art. Hands-On Education understands the importance of this component and has created seven free topics within this category. Each topic contains multiple activity suggestions that will help children to develop their creativity, imagination, and self-expression.
We believe that learning should be fun and engaging, especially for young children. That's why we have created these free resources to assist primary school teachers and home educators in providing an exciting and stimulating learning experience for children. Our aim is to be a hub of information where teachers and parents can find quick and easy solutions to their problems.
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To help you get started, we have compiled a list of engaging and fun activities that will help your students learn while having fun. For understanding the world, we suggest taking your students on a nature walk to observe the world around them. This will help them develop their observational skills and curiosity. For literacy, we suggest reading aloud to your students and encouraging them to participate by asking questions and making predictions. This will help them develop their language and comprehension skills. For personal, social and emotional development, we suggest playing games that encourage cooperation and empathy, such as "What Would You Do?" or "Feelings Bingo."
At Hands-On Education, we understand that teachers and home educators have very little time on their hands. That's why we strive to be a hub of information and provide quick and easy solutions to a variety of problems. Don't hesitate to create your free account today to access even more resources and information. We hope our light and engaging approach to teaching and general information shines through in the language we use, and we look forward to helping you and your students succeed.