Constitution Day Poster by students
Encouraging students to participate in a variety of drawing competitions on specific topics can actually have some positive effects on their drawing skills and development.
Participating in drawing competitions provides students with the opportunity to practice and improve their drawing skills. They will push themselves to create better works of art and explore new technologies to stand out from the competition.
Competitions often include unique topics or themes that challenge students to think outside the box. This fosters creativity and encourages you to approach drawings from different angles. Participating in these events also requires careful planning and time management. Students learn how to allocate their time efficiently to complete entries within given deadlines, which is a valuable life skill.
Most competitions also have specific rules and guidelines that participants must follow. This teaches students the importance of paying attention to details, following instructions, and meeting certain standards.
Above all, preparing for competitions, especially international competitions, requires dedication and self-discipline. Students develop a strong work ethic as they dedicate themselves to practicing and perfecting their artwork. International competitions often attract participants from diverse cultures and backgrounds. This exposure broadens children's perspectives, allowing them to appreciate a variety of styles, ideas and artistic expressions from around the world.
Most importantly, winning or not winning a competition can be a valuable lesson for students. They learn to handle success with humility and defeat with grace, developing resilience and perseverance.
If you win an award, it can provide you with networking opportunities and exposure to the arts community. It could open you up to scholarships, art school, and even future job opportunities.
And even better, participating in international competitions can teach you a more professional approach to art. Children learn to take their work seriously, pay attention to quality, and express their work in more sophisticated ways.
Recognition, whether through awards or positive feedback, can increase students' self-esteem and confidence in their artistic abilities.
It's important to strike a balance between participating in competitions and enjoying the creative process. The focus shouldn't just be on winning, but on personal growth and the joy of artistic expression. Parents and educators should also ensure that students do not feel pressured or stressed by these competitions. In this regard, the students happily completed the Constitution day poster. Through this competition, I was able to see how ingenious the students' ideas are and how bright our future is. Thank you for participating.
Myungja Anna Koh