Illustration of a tale from the various learning techniques to develop a pictorial and interpretive illustration, shaping the imaginary.
Understanding the technical binding conducting "his own book".
Illustration | Educational Project
In this activity the children will "build" a small book and illustrate a short story.
Reorganization of the classroom (arrangement of tables and chairs)
Verification of materials
Preparation of the materials to be made available to the children to carry out their individual work
In this activity we intend to achieve the following objectives:
Development of autonomy
Development of creativity
Raising awareness of the importance of books and reading
Framing in the National Book and Reading Plan with several initiatives to encourage reading habits.
The children, from a short story, will "build a book on cardboard and illustrate the story through
drawing, painting and collages.
Children are easily captivated through new challenges and new experiences and will undoubtedly be the guardians of our heritage for the future.
The development of Educational projects in the areas of art and heritage safeguarding, is undoubtedly of vital importance.
Children are easily captivated through new challenges and new experiences. They will undoubtedly safeguard our heritage for the future.
When we talk about children and young people, we talk about the school-age population. Thus, many of the arts and heritage awareness activities can be developed inside the schools.
We must reflect on the relationship between the way to approach the selected themes and the school programs and educational projects applied in the school context.
In Educational Projects, the relation with the school contents will have a double aspect.
On the one hand it will contribute to a greater attention to the message that we intend to transmit with the project by the relation with aspects that the children learn in their day to day school;
on the other hand it will contribute to reinforce the learning processes through practical applications of the acquired knowledge.