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A very effective and engaging way to teach arts curriculum is through the use of fun group games and activities.
Many group games and activities are ideally suited to the development and practise of certain arts skills because they are inherently creative and attractive to play. Group activities can explicitly or implicitly help students grow in their knowledge and use of basic art skills through play.
Key skills such as expression, performance, creativity, imagination and context, can all be taught through the use of specific experiential group games and exercises.
Take a look at the samples listed at the bottom of this page to explore some great activity ideas to blend with your existing arts curriculum.
Some of the more powerful reasons teachers integrate the use of group games and activities into their arts and related studies include:
If for no other reason, your group will enjoy your art classes more because of the many fun and relevant group games you presented.
The images below provide links to a sample of group activities which can be easily integrated into your existing curriculum to teach visual and performing art skills, drawn from playmeo’s ever-expanding activity database.
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