TinkerSketch is a daily sketchbook practice that invites you to experiment and play with ideas and materials in a low-stress, fun, and mind-stretching way.Print out the prompts and tape them into your child’s sketchbook, or your own. Interpret the prompts as a family. Invite your class to have a drawing warm-up when the walk in (this is a great way to focus energy).
You’ll start each day with a new prompt and it’s up to you to interpret it however you like. For example, if the prompt is “tape” (day 15), you could draw make an image with tape or draw a picture of a cassette tape . The possibilities are endless.
Don’t worry about the outcomes and allow yourself to play! Our goal is to have a great time with no judgement.
What is the TinkerSketch Art Challenge?
TinkerSketch is a daily sketchbook practice that invites you to experiment and play with ideas and materials in a low-stress, fun, and mind-stretching way.
Who is this Art Challenge for?
Anyone who wants a creative art boost. The stakes are low and it’s super easy to do, even if you have no experience or low confidence with making.
How much time will it take?
While you can spend as much time at this as you like, just set aside 5-10 minutes each day and you’re in business. By committing to a daily art practice, you’ll experience artistic improvement and personal growth. If you have extra time, you could always dive in for longer, but try to dedicate just a few daily minutes if you’d like to see lasting results.
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Grab your PDF printable here >> Download the April prompts here (PDF)