Online Fun Projects – Creative Boosters
Beat boredom Fight fear with fun and creativity. Turn problems into possibilities with Design Thinking.
We will be posting free Online Fun Projects here. Watch out for creative ideas for drawing, designing and making. Share and support each other with our creative artwork and designs.
Fun and Free projects
Download the worksheets below for your child to continue learning through art during the class suspension period.
(Don’t worry. These online activities are NOT replacements of regular CreativeKids lessons.)
Worksheet 1: How to wear a mask appropriately?
Wearing face masks is an important part of the fight against pneumonia, and a good opportunity to educate children. Children, do you know how to wear a mask appropriately? Draw on the worksheet.
Worksheet 2: What if there will be no more masks?
Let’s get creative – present your ideas in the form of drawing, photo, video, or 3D model etc.
Note: This is a just a hypothetical question to inspire children to use their Design Thinking skills, turning problems into possibilities. We do not mean that there is no need to wear a mask.
Worksheet 3: Virus Killer or Anti-Virus Army Character Design
Special Mission: Crush the coronavirus by designing a character (or more!)
– Create a Virus Killer or an Anti-Virus Army
– Design the gears and weapons for the character(s), and depict the function(s) of each item
Worksheet 4: “Send you my love” Card Making
Valentine’s Day is almost here! Let’s utilize materials you can find at home to create your own greeting card for your family, friends or even members of the community! Show your love and support through art and creativity.
Worksheet 5: The Fantastical City of Mythical Beings
Design a Fantastical City of Mythical Beings
– Create a character or group of characters from fantasy or imagination (Can be elves, fairies, robots, pokemon, blobs, aliens, monsters, etc.)
– Use any recycled or leftover materials at home
Worksheet 6: Coming soon…
A chance for publication
For boosting this positive effort from the young artists, we invite you to email your child’s creations to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
- your child’s full name
- his/her CreativeKids class day and time (e.g. Monday 4:15pm)
- your phone number
We may be sharing some of the collected artworks on social media, or other forms of publication.