How do I use these activities?
Action art is a unique style of art that emphasizes the process of creation rather than the final product. This form of art is associated with artists like Jackson Pollock, who used unconventional techniques to create their pieces. If you're looking to explore your creativity and let go of any inhibitions you may have about making a mess, then action art is the perfect activity for you. You can experiment with different tools and materials such as sponges, spray bottles, or even your hands to create unique textures and patterns. Additionally, try mixing and blending different shades to play with colour and create a dynamic and visually interesting piece. Don't be afraid to make mistakes! Embrace the happy accidents and see what unexpected results you can achieve with this unpredictable and spontaneous process.
If you are a teacher or parent looking for engaging and fun educational activities for primary-aged children, the Hands-On Education program is a great resource. It covers most of the key points of the national curriculum for England within key stage one, particularly in the areas of Art In Nature, Measurements: Two, and Tell Me A Story: Two.
At Hands-On Education you will find tons of videos, activity sheets, and easy to understand activity plans to support children in their learning journey. To access their videos and exclusive educational material, you can create a free account with them today.