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Curious Creature Whole Class Art Activity

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A collaborative whole-class art activity to create a curious creature.

Use this template with your students to collaboratively create a curious creature.

This creature has been divided into 12 pages to be coloured separately by students. Either create a cohort of curious creatures, or cut each page in halves or thirds to spread between students to create a single creature!

Students can colour their page using their own unique lines, patterns and colours. Then, assemble the pages together using the glue tabs to create a multi-coloured, multi-patterned curious creature.

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Love this – it was an easy way for us to decorate our door for Book Week and everyone was able to contribute in some way. Thanks!!

Karyn Phillips · Oct 19th, 2020

You’re so welcome, Karyn! We love making new Book Week resources every year to meet the theme. I’m so glad you and your students enjoyed making a beautiful door display together!

Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Oct 19th, 2020

I love activities like this. Will give it to my Year 2’s next week for part of our Big Write experience.

Sharen Smith · Oct 14th, 2020

That’s so great to hear Sharen! I hope your students enjoy making a fun and unique, curious creature!

Tom (Teach Starter) · Oct 16th, 2020

3/4 Blue are really looking forward to doing this activity

Leonie Forfar · Oct 14th, 2020

Hi Leonie

I’m so pleased to hear that this resource is going to be a real hit with your class! Hope you find even more resources on our website that create such anticipation!

Kind regards

Janeen

Janeen · Oct 14th, 2020

It will be a lovely and creative display.

Zuriette Du Plessis · Oct 13th, 2020

I hope you enjoy using this activity with your students, Zuriette!

Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Oct 13th, 2020

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