Art In Action Activities

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Throughout our Art In Action topic you will get messy by creating art in a whole new way. Roll marbles in paint, create a paint pendulum and swing paint onto the canvas. Become inspired by Jackson Pollack and his development of action art. Buy this topic containing 4 activities with accompanying activity sheets and videos. In addition, it covers the following key aspects of the National Curriculum in England: Art and Design & Technology.

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Hands-On Art In Action Activities

This topic, called Art In Action, will allow you to create art in a unique and messy way. You will use techniques like rolling marbles in paint and swinging paint onto the canvas to create your art. The topic includes four activities, activity sheets, and videos. You will also learn about Jackson Pollack and his development of action art. This topic is aligned with the National Curriculum in England for Art, Design & Technology, and English.

Our mission is to provide fun and interactive educational experiences for children that meet National Curriculum standards in England. We promote child-led learning and encourage children to play, explore, observe, build, create and more in order to inspire confidence and independence. Our open-ended activities are easily adaptable and we offer informed lesson plans and resources to support parents and educators in guiding children through their learning journey.

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