1.Has 41 pages with samples and worksheets.
2.History and lots of photos of Wall Art Motifs from Rajasthan.
3.Hand drawn illustrations.
How to use:
1.Wall art motifs are a great way to challenge children to use symmetry and free flow of ideas in an individual or collaborative artwork. One child can begin with the center, and another can add a successive step, promoting acceptance of each other’s ideas, team play and sense of collective pride in the finished artwork.
2.Wall art motifs pinned to the bulletin board bring a happy community feel to the class.
3.Diwali is a good time to use Wall art, but every day Wall art is great stimulation for left and right brain coordination.
4.Daily Wall art is a great morning starter for the chalk board too. Start the day on a calm yet enthusiastic note.
5.For the background, you may choose any of these: brown paper, handmade paper, or mud wall texture templates given along.
6.Children may draw with a pencil initially and then use colored markers, color pencils, water colors or crayons.
7.Observe the pictures carefully and you will find beautiful motifs painted on the walls.