My Art Activity Book for class
This activity book was created for children who want to practice drawing from theory to fun. In theory, in order to practice the seven elements of art and express yourself as an artist, we created a total of 54 pages of various activity pages by adding fun activities such as writing statements and drawing portraits, as well as designing T-shirts and designing cakes.
When teaching students, I often feel that they lack basic knowledge about the elements of art. We need to keep practicing these theories.
In this sense, I create related activity sheets during class and have students practice. And I thought that if I organized and bundled this information into a book, students would be able to practice more systematically. So, I created a book with the goal of practicing 2 pages per week for one semester.
This content is an exercise in color theory, starting with a very basic color wheel, and ending with writing a statement yourself as an artist.
The importance of an art activity book, especially one designed for children that incorporates both theoretical principles and fun activities, lies in its multifaceted impact on a child's development:
When you teach students individually, you find that you need to adjust the pace, content, and direction of the class to suit each student. And there are times when you develop your own teaching style and can no longer be covered by other teachers' textbooks.
In this case, combining the content needed in class and making it into a book is a useful experience when the teacher needs to provide more individualized teaching in the educational field.
Myungja Anna Koh