Art Expression Bullying Program
Some feelings and perceptions are best expressed through art, and these activities encourage the exploration of bullying using creative approaches.
Campaign Poster 5/5 (2)
Summary: Groups work together to come up with a slogan and a poster to remind others not to bully
Target grades: 4th and above
Minimum time needed: 40 minutes
Materials: poster boards; art supplies
Connection to bullying: Slogans and posters can remind others not to bully
Divide participants into groups and assign each a poster board. Ask participants to think about what would get attention while walking through the hallway, and to create something that catches a passerby’s eye and also makes them think twice about bullying or hurting others. First, the group decides on a slogan that supports non-bullying behavior. Give some examples, like: “It Hurst To Bully” “Spread the Love” etc. Next, groups decorate their posters, with their slogan written on it, to display in the room or hallway.
Why did you choose to create your poster the way you did?
Did you base if off ideas or experiences that you have had in the past?
What is the overall message of the poster? What do you want people to think when they see it?
Youth & Children's Parties
24.99 Per Child 11 Child Minimum
Off-site events require the host/venue provide adequate tables, set up is 1 hour prior to the event. Parties can also be held in the studio.
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There is a 10 painter minimum for children at Youth Parties.