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The AccessArt Drawing Journey for Children – Ages 5 to 7
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Welcome to the
AccessArt Drawing Journey
for ages 5 to 7!
If you are new to the Drawing Journey, start by building your understanding of what drawing can be in Step 1.
Use the Exercises in Step 2 to open minds and introduce children to new ways of thinking about drawing and new skills. These should be repeated over time.
Explore resources in Step 3 if you would like to build your understanding of drawing materials.
Explore the Drawing Projects in Step 4. These give context and focus to drawing skills and help pupils own their creativity.
Inspire pupils by looking at the work of other artists in Step 5.
Read about gentle ways to assess pupils in Step 6.
If you would like any further guidance pls email
UK Years 1 and 2 (ages 5 to 7)
Build your understanding
about what drawing is and the purposes it serves.
which develop drawing skills, open minds, and can be practised over time
Explore drawing materials and surfaces
and build understanding and skills.
Discover drawing projects
which provide exciting ways to develop skills and understanding.
Be inspired by drawings made by others.
Understand what assessment might mean
in relation to drawing.
Meet the Drawing Journey Team of Expertise
Many thanks to the experience and generosity of Drawing Journey Team of Expertise
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