"Through these striking and thought provoking pieces of art work young people will think, question, and discuss more deeply than they’ve done before. Each card designed by a young person features their own thoughts about where God might be and questions to facilitate discussion. They work well in the classroom, in small groups and informal contexts."
Jason Royce Director, Souster Trust
12 cards, using young people's original artwork, posing 'Questions for God'.
Artcards, Creative Resources, Postcards
These Artcards have been created with the help of students are are designed for use in the classroom or youth group.
The images on the Primary Artcards ('Questions for God') depict 12 common questions often voiced by children about faith in a God. On the reverse is further explanation, questions for the reader to consider and a fun and engaging group work task.
These cards make a fun and useful activity in the classroom to support students exploring key questions within the RE curriculum. They also work well in a more informal setting. Art is able to reach beyond words and give meaning and expression to thoughts, feelings and beliefs that lie within and yet often lie undiscovered, providing deep and meaningful discussion by students.
These art cards come with a free downloadable lesson plan including powerpoint slides.
Suitable for: 7-11 year olds (Primary Artcards),
What's in the box?
12 art cards
A downloadable set of presentation slides in Powerpoint and Keynote formats