Getting Started with Crayola Thinking Sheets

By Roy G. posted 03-08-2021 00:00

  
Here are some exciting new Crayola Thinking Sheets and prompts to help you integrate them into your day-to-day learning.

Thinking Sheet: Seek the Artist’s Intent
Artists communicate messages through the use of composition, colors, patterns, and symbols. Respond to these questions to reveal the artist’s intent and the messages the art conveys. How can students use their visual voice to convey messages that spark positive change? Explore this question and more using this thinking sheet. 

Thinking Sheet: Points of View Around Public Art
Public artwork can convey meaning and emotion that brings communities together. Using this thinking sheet, present your point of view about a piece of public art. Research the artwork and share your findings. Then create a sketch for a new sculpture or mural that you would like to see displayed. 

Thinking Sheet: Seek the Artist’s Intent
Artists communicate messages through the use of composition, colors, patterns, and symbols. Respond to these questions to reveal the artist’s intent and the messages the art conveys. How can students use their visual voice to convey messages that spark positive change?
Thinking Sheet: Learning During Unusual Times
Consider a challenge or change that you experienced during the past year. Create a Challenge and Change story that expresses the emotions you felt. Consider how over several generations, historic events have changed the way people work, celebrate, and learn. Capture this moment so you can remember and share it in the future, as a personal account of history, using this thinking sheet.
Thinking Sheet: See My Voice
Look around your community and school for examples of students’ voices being seen and heard. What are some issues that matter to them? How might their voices be shared and amplified? Have students create their own advocacy art on something they care about deeply using this thinking sheet.

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