Little Miss Teacher Blog

By Clara Fiorentini

Tuesday, 24 March 2020

Visual Literacy Challenges: 'If it is not...then what is it?'






As requested! More visual literacy activities. I've added another 20 to the original document - that should keep everyone going for another while!




I recommend one a day, take time to explore, doodle, draw, talk and discuss!


Why visual literacy?


Visual literacy is connected to everything we do and learn! It's important that we develop the visual literacy of children so that they learn to look at things critically and explore the messages and representations within visuals. In a world where we are bombarded with images, there has never been a more important time to foster visual perception and develop interpretation skills - showing children that often, all is not what it may seem! What better way than through creative exploration of visuals - or parts of them!


Keep sharing your creations, I love seeing what the children come up with!


Take care everyone & stay apart! 




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