In this self-paced course students will make a Bob Bilby puppet, Bluey, Bingo and Muffin drawings or paintings, Bluey and Bingo 3D figures and make your own Pom Pom. Plus two optional bonus surprise crafts! Are you a true Bluey fan? Join us in this craft making interactive adventure! Complete with team Kahoot trivia quizzes and games to test your Bluey expertise. Video lessons are provided each week with step-by-step instructions for how to complete our fun crafts. Learners can pause when needed and rewatch them at their convenience.
Here is a breakdown of what we will do:
WEEK 1: Create Bluey and Bingo 3D figures using toilet paper rolls, templates and colorful paper. Lastly, we’ll play our Bluey themed matching memory game.
WEEK 2: Create your own cute Pom Pom character out of yarn! Then play our game to save all the Bluey characters from aliens.
WEEK 3: Create a paper or felt Bob Bilby puppet and then, play our word search game.
WEEK 4: 3-in-1 Artistic creations! We will first draw Bingo, Bluey and Muffin pictures. Learners then have the option to either color or paint their drawings. Lastly, play our Bluey trivia game. *Includes 2 Bonus Surprise Crafts!
Teacher - Student Interaction: Video lessons will feature my children and myself as we create side-by-side arts and crafts. I will ask questions about our favorite Bluey television show and then ask learners at home to also answer the same questions in the classroom. Such as, “What is your favorite character and why? What is your favorite episode and why?” Learners can communicate in the classroom by sharing videos or simply by typing their answers. I will respond to every comment either by typing or making a personalized video in the classroom.
Student - Student Interaction: Virtual games and quizzes each week with a leaderboard to compete with other learners. How do the quizzes work? Learners can answer Bluey trivia questions and then view themselves on the team leaderboard. If your learner is very competitive, don’t worry, they can play as often as they would like. Simply change the name each time. For example, “Ava1, Ava2, Ava3” and so on. Lastly, learners are encouraged to share their crafts and art projects by uploading pictures and/or videos in the Outschool classroom. Learners can also comment on each other’s work.