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Sensory Garden Wire Wind Chimes
Throughout history, wind chimes have been used by many cultures for a variety of reasons – to ward off evil spirits, to disturb birds and other animals from eating crops, or for spiritual reasons.
They have also been known as the creators of “the music of the breeze”.
In this activity, we’ll create a wire form from which to thread and hang a variety of made and found objects.
Seed Balls have been used in a variety of forms throughout history.
In ancient Egypt when the Nile flooded its banks each year, seed balls were used to regrow lost vegetation and farming crops. In Japan, seed balls (or “Earth Dumplings”) were used as a part of natural farming methods.
Australian Landscape Designer Edna Walling also planted many of her gardens using the Seed Ball method.
In this activity we’ll be using a range of found and recycled materials such as cardboard tubes, cones or various recycled boxes, bottles, jars or other vessels in combination with paper clay and other art materials to create a vase for dried flowers or herbs.
Using recycled and salvaged leftover materials from your home or classroom is a great way to link to your sustainability unit!
Still Life Drawing & Collage
This activity is a great way to change-up the usual still life / fruit bowl drawings. Students will get to explore the use of oil pastel on black paper for a different drawing experience, and use collage to experiment with composition.
Collect natural items from the environment or bring in fresh fruit and produce to draw from real life and add to the total experience.
Join us for More
Join Tania online or live in-person to complete additional art making activities including 3D cardboard vase using paper construction skils, and design & draw your own illustrated recipes to share.
All activities presented are linked to the Cross-Curriculum Capabilities for Wellbeing, Science, Nature & the Environment, Kitchen Garden and Enjoyable Food programs, and come with downloadable teachers resource notes.
Zart Celebrate 2023 (Online N)
In continuing our partnership with the Children's Book Council of Australia in 2023, Zart's art activity publication and workshop program celebrates the theme `Read, Grow, Inspire`.
with Tania Di Berardino
Zart Celebrate 2023 (Online O)
Zart Celebrate 2023 (Online P)
Celebrate is inspired by
The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation as providers of inspiration, information, professional development and support for educators to deliver pleasurable food education to children and young people in Australia.
Pleasurable food education is a fun, hands-on approach to teaching children and young people about fresh, seasonal, delicious food so they form positive food habits for life.
Delivered through a kitchen garden program, pleasurable food education has an array of health, wellbeing, education and community benefits.
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