Term 2 On-line Eco Art Workshops

We align our in-term eco art workshops with the QCAA and Australian Curriculum standards.

To order your pack send an email to mailorder@reversegarbageqld.com.au with your name, address and contact number.

What will we provide you?

  • $35 craft pack with enough materials for 4 creations
  • Free on-line workshop (available for playback on RGQ TV and live streaming on FB live)
  • Free supporting activity booklet for your child to complete

PLEASE NOTE: The resource packs will be available for download the FRIDAY before the live streamed workshop.

Wednesday 6th of May @ 11am

Build Your Own Dragon

Download your Dragon's Activity Booklet here then join us on-line on Wednesday the 6th of May

This workshop is suitable for children aged Prep to Year 3 as it is aligned to the Australian Curriculum standards for Visual Arts.

 Your child will have the opportunity to create a figure from their favourite literary text or straight from their imagination. The beauty of the on-line workshop, is that you can customise your creation to your child’s literary interests.

This enriching workshop engages children by teaching alternative construction methods, employing a variety of unconventional materials to create their own 3D creature plus learning about our principles of creative reuse.

To help you, we will provide you with a list of literary resources plus an easy-to-follow lesson plan to guide both you and your child’s learning.

Wednesday 20th of May @ 11am

Create Your Own Marionette Puppet

Download your Marionette Puppet Activity Book then join us on-line on Wednesday the 20th of May for our eco art workshop.

This workshop is suitable for children aged Year 4 to Year 6 as it is aligned to QCAA curriculum standards for Visual Arts.

 How do we really see ourselves? Can we define our own identity or is it defined by our friends, our family or society? This workshop is a fantastic experience for students exploring identity and the use of recycled or salvaged materials in their art.

Puppets are a piece of sculptural art. Students can use their re-machinations to explore the features and design of functional objects; comparing objects that are familiar and used in everyday life to objects in the new world within the book. Students will consider their creation’s unique features and functions as well as Visual Arts elements (e.g. line, shape, texture & colour) and concepts (e.g. space, balance, contrast & pattern).

To help you, we will provide you with a list of literary resources plus an easy-to-follow lesson plan to guide both you and your child’s learning.

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Dragon Activity Book.pdf7.16 MB
Puppet Activity Book.pdf10.84 MB