draw to learn (and not the other way around)


A visual narrative of everyday objects.

Lots of little things everywhere, but what are they? Many of them can be held in the hand, or even hidden. They are common, everyday objects like a rubber band, nail scissors, light switch, hairband, comb or a screwdriver, but strangely enough, often we forget their true names, or never learnt them!



Here above is a clothes peg, an orange highlighter pen and a pair of scissors.

Our goal was to draw to learn a new vocabulary of everyday objects and lay them bare for all to see. First year Middle Schoolers at Collegio Villoresi drew more than 100 little things.

How many different things can you see in the image above?

Answers on the back of a postcard to tweetkidsplay@gmail.com 

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