It’s a bug’s life

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By Bridget BowieCheshire Coordinator for Speight of the Art and Dr Richard JolleySenior Lecturer in Child Psychology at Staffordshire University

Most children love to draw – explore some practical activities to get your children excited about art

Insect collage

This is the Key Stage 2 part of the article by Bridget Bowie and Dr Richard Jolley. Take a look at the Key Stage 1 drawing activity, ‘The ugly bug ball’ .

Investigating children’s attitudes to drawing

The Leverhulme Trust recently funded a large-scale interview and survey study on the attitudes and practices that shape children’s drawing experience at home and at school. The findings revealed that the vast majority of children aged between 5 and 14 enjoyed drawing and were confident in their own drawing abilities.

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