Children discovering the arts means having a go themselves. They need to take part in at least two different kinds of art. This could be things they do already or something new. They could take the chance to teach you something they’re already good at, or you could learn a new skill together. Why not make up a dance, write a song, create a poem, illustrate a story or make models from packaging and other ‘junk’ materials?
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Watching a film or play, listening to music or reading a book can all count as having a go. Focus on the creative impact of what you have seen or heard. It might be useful to think about how different it might have been if you had seen/heard something live rather than as a recording. What do you think the atmosphere is like when at a concert or the theatre, the difference in effects, smells, lighting etc
To view a video tutorial on how to complete Part A2 here .
Why not check out author Gabrielle Kent who has made some films to help you be a creative writer?