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What happens when music, theater, dance, and the visual arts are combined? Everyone is an active learner! Show how your school’s talented artists can work together to erase the quiet.
Ask students how they learn and express their ideas and feelings best. In music? Visual arts? Drama? Dance? Or all of them? Think what wonderful things students could accomplish, for example, if they combined their talents to do a puppet show, musical production, or held an Arts & Cultures Night!
Students break up into small groups and brainstorm ways to erase the quiet and increase the learning possibilities in school. Using Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils, make a list of your ideas to combine talents in chorus, band, dance, orchestra, art, and drama.
Now find a colorful, compelling way to tell other people about the ideas. Use Erasable Colored Pencils on construction paper to get the messages across. Start with a bold border, erase some of the color to create special effects, either with white space or by filling in with another color.
Portray the ideas in bright colors and with active words. To add details and highlights, simply erase sections of color. Students carry through with their ideas by working with classmates and adult leaders in the school?
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