Digital Photography – Creative Learning Kit (Age 6-8 Yrs)

Educational Art, Craft & Digital Creative Learning Activity Kit with Book & sketch book for Boys & Girls | Drawing | Painting | Clay Modelling | Creating Bookmarks | Patterns | Poster Creation | Caricature | Package Designing | Product Photography | Chalk Art Photography | High-Speed Photography | Digital Image Editing | Levitation Photography | Miniature Photography | Portfolio Album Creation | Sensor-Based Glowing Pop-up Card Creation

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About this product:

  • Experiential Activities: 17 Engaging Art, Craft, Digital Photography, Image Editing Activities and Electronics Integration Activity to Inspire and Educate Children that steers 4Cs of 21st century learning and prepares students towards STEAM and STREAM education
  • Fully-Loaded, Age-Appropriate Toolkit for Barrier-Free Learning: The toolkit houses Photography Supporting Material, Art and Craft Materials, Components for Activity Involving Electronics and Other Supporting Materials
  • Tutorial Videos that provides the freedom to learn anywhere, any time
  • Books with Step by Step Instructions, ‘Fun Time Activities’ and interesting ‘Did You Know’ sections

Program Description

6-8 Years

Harnessing the children’s ability to deem multiple perspectives, this program at Imageminds gives them the opportunity to see the world through the camera lens — helping them come up with their own perspective of objects/environment around. With various activities revolving around digital photography and image editing, the students get to showcase their creative, communication, logical and reasoning skills; and also demonstrate a high level of ability to focus. The activities in the program also ensure to improve the planning and decision-making skills.

Experiential Activities

17 Engaging Art, Craft, Digital Photography, Image Editing Activities and Electronics Integration Activity to Inspire and Educate Children

A Glimpse at the Activities and Their Academic Learning Outcomes

16 Digital Photography & Image Editing Activities
Pattern Exploration
Learning Outcome:
  • Create patterns by tiling a figure.
  • Create simple models
Exploring Patterns with Kaleidoscope
Pattern Creation
Photo Comic Creation (2D & 3D)
Learning Outcome:
  • Write short paragraphs and messages.
  • Familiarize with ‘a.m.’ and ‘p.m.’
Photo Comic Creation
Creating a 3D Photo Comic
Photography and Poster Creation
Learning Outcome:
  • Develop interest towards growing plants.
  • Be aware of different occupations that people take up in their immediate environment and understand the differences in occupation preferences for different genders.
Nature Photography & Poster Creation
Women Empowerment Poster Creation
Photography and Caricature
Learning Outcome:
  • Be aware of different occupations that people take up in their immediate environment and understand the differences in occupation preferences for different genders.
Creating a Caricature Bookmark
Package Designing and Product Photography
Learning Outcome:
  • Solve problems requiring to calculate the number of days between two dates.
  • Infer nets of cubical figures and create cubes from given nets.
Package Designing and Product Photography
Chalk Art Photography
Learning Outcome:
  • Record observations and experiences through different ways, such as art and photography.
  • Draw designs by using local material.
Chalk Art Photography
High-Speed Photography
Learning Outcome:
  • Speak about a common social issue like conservation of water.
High-Speed Photography and Poster Creation
Digital Image Editing
Learning Outcome:
  • Explain personal experiences in detail, with command over the English language.
  • Identify the extended family members and their relationships.
Applying Rule of Thirds
Selective Colourization
Creating a Family Tree
Levitation Photography
Learning Outcome:
  • Actively contribute towards group activities.
  • Brainstorm ideas with peers.
Levitation Photography
Miniature Photography
Learning Outcome:
  • Identify the common spices used.
  • Employ basic arithmetic operations in life situations.
  • Gather information from people around by using the language skills.
Miniature Photography
Portfolio Album Creation
Learning Outcome:
  • Build visual presentation skills.
Portfolio Album Creation
01 Activity Involving Digital Image-Editing and Electronics
Creating a Sensor-Based Glowing Pop-up Card
Learning Outcome:
  • Appreciate family values.
  • Realize how people residing together changes with time and different phases of life.
  • Create an electronic circuit.
Creating a Glowing Pop-Up Card
Materials for Barrier-Free Learning
Fully-Loaded, Age-Appropriate Toolkit:
  • Photography Supporting Material - Acrylic Die-Cut of Mobile Stand
  • Art and Craft Materials - Acrylic Sheet, Mirror Sticker, OHP Sheet, Printed Colour Sheet, Sketch Pen, Clay, Foam Sheet, Colour Chalks, Card Stock Sheets, Photo Papers, Silver Foil Sheets, Die-Cut Templates of Models, Glass Sheet, Embellishments, Wiro, Quilling Papers
  • Components for Activity Involving Electronics - LED Lights, Connecting Wires, Limit Switch, Coin Battery
  • Other Supporting Materials - Glue, Scissors, Pencil, Eraser, Sharpener, Adhesive Tape, Ruler
Tutorial Videos:
  • Visual demonstrations of the activities that clearly take students through the step-by-step procedure of completing each activity
  • Gives the students the freedom to learn anywhere, any time without any dependency on Internet or power
Imageminds Books:
  • Embraces all necessary learning information and clear guidance towards performing the activities
  • Includes ‘Fun Time Activities’ and interesting ‘Did You Know’ sections that inspire and guide students towards further exploration

Our Reviews

  • Mukund Arora

    The creative lab was introduced in St. George's College in the year 2015. Being a student of the same institution, it gives me quite a sense of pride to say that this room of creativity has helped all students at an utmost level. As a fashion enthusiast, I was delighted to find fashion designing in our program when the creative lab was launched. It brought us exposure, and the students benefited a lot from the knowledge they were given. This is because creative subjects like these are usually not a part of the school curriculum. Indeed, it was fun and interesting to learn it.

  • Meenakshi Nair

    Image minds, creative lab was established in our school in the year 2012, when I was in the 4th grade creative lab was something new to us and we were all filled with curiosity in order to get inside air-condition, colourfully painted rooms to enjoy ourselves. I should say, indeed my class was lucky because we had two cl classes a week and since wore in the A division, we got the oppertunity to attend the classes first session was taken up by Miss Elena.


Q: What is Imageminds?

Imageminds is a distinctive initiative to offer creative education to children. It opens up a lot of options, so children can use their imaginations and grow as creative thinkers and innovators.

Imageminds currently offers a variety of Creative Learning Kits, each containing a variety of do-it-yourself projects for children aged 4 and up. The kits are examples of physical learning through project completion.

Imageminds is always expanding, so keep an eye out for new projects like Imageminds Junior and Edge, which bring your coloring books to life!

At Imageminds, we believe that “play" is the most effective and productive way to learn. Unstructured play and hands-on learning in early childhood are essential for a child's development. Play allows them to explore different approaches and scenarios for resolving a problem. Instead of following a formula to reach conclusions, experiential learning lets children come up with their own solutions (with some help).

Through play, we want to help kids learn without fear and build a strong foundation. So, we designed Imageminds Creative Learning Kits for different ages to enrich and challenge young minds while also helping them grow as people through exploration and play. The theme-based kits include innovative art and craft activities, science projects, learning books, math concepts, environmental projects, puzzles, physical manipulatives, and board games.

Imageminds Kits are intended for children aged 3 to 14. The kits are curated for three age groups and are tailored according to the age-specific learning needs of children

  • Explorers: Ages 4+
  • Storytellers: Ages 6+
  • Creators: Ages 8+

Yes! Please do note that some or all crafts may have small parts that are not intended for children under three (3) years of age. If you still decide to let your kid (less than three (3) years of age) enjoy our craft, we require you to let your kid play under trusted and responsible adult supervision only.

Warning: Choking Hazard: Most or all of our kits contain small parts not suitable for children under three (3) years of age. Adult supervision is required.

Absolutely! The safety of everyone involved (Kids, Parents, Employees, Concept and Product Testers, etc.) while using our product is our TOP priority. We ensure that we source materials only from well-known and reputed brands. There are no cutting corners when it comes to Safety and Quality.

Side Note: We let our own kids create every single masterpiece before we put it out on our website for you to enjoy. They are our cute little testers, in addition to other testers of relevant age outside of our household.

Neuroscience studies on learning show that a child's body, mind, and emotions change the most quickly in the first five years of life. The right learning experiences and mental stimulation for a child at this stage of development have a big effect on how smart they will be in the future.

At Imageminds, we understand that memorization will never trump exploration. Our kits, put together by a group of experts, house all the materials needed to perform hands-on activities, experiments, and projects that give kids the chance to try things on their own and become independent learners.

Imageminds creative kits and activities encourage children to naturally communicate, share, play and learn.

Our products are designed to:

  • Provide rich multi-disciplinary learning opportunities
  • Fuel creativity and curiosity
  • Facilitate socio-emotional development
  • Build reading and language skills
  • Encourage self-expression and confidence
  • Inculcate logical reasoning and problem-solving skills
  • Support cognitive and motor skill development
  • Increase vocabulary and communication skills
  • Develop concentration and thinking skills

Yes! The crates have been designed to fit the age of your child. Most kids between the ages of 4 and 5 will need some help from their parents, but older kids will be able to do most of the activities on their own. There may be parts of an activity, like using scissors, that need help from an adult. Both written and visual instructions will also be provided to your child. Each craft gives kids a way to use their imagination, creativity, and skills to make their own story, masterpiece, or something even more amazing than we can imagine. It can be a lot of fun, believe us!

In some activities, a few steps involving cutting, stitching, measuring fabrics, setting up circuits, etc., require the help of elders. Aside from that, you can rest easy and watch your kids make things, use them, and show how imaginative and creative they are. You can also pick out pictures of your kids working and send them to us. If we like them, we might put them on our website. Some of your kids' creations may also deserve some role-play time, just to enhance the experience. We will leave that up to you!

Arts and crafts are one of the common elements in all the kits, as it is a great way to develop numerous skills for all ages, specifically for kids.

Kids love to do arts and crafts, and it’s important for them to practice it both at school and at home. Some benefits of arts and crafts include (but are not limited to):

  • It helps them express themselves
  • It makes them more creative and productive - lets them think and approach using multiple ways to achieve the same thing
  • It helps them get better at creating stories and develop storytelling skills over time
  • It improves your child's fine motor skills, coordination, literary and math skills, and a variety of other skills, including creativity, social and interpersonal skills.

Our goal for every craft that we design is to help your kid grow and be better each day. Let's help our kids be creators.

Buying the Imageminds kit instead of art supplies has many benefits for your kid, and some of them include:

  • Craft Box challenges your kid with not just their own imagination but we help to constructively challenge them with our imagination.
  • It's economical because we buy in bulk and get better deals—we do indirectly pass on bulk savings to you—and it also saves you a lot of time; leave it to us to get your child started. Time is money!
  • It's more fun to have something in common to talk about with their friends and hear them tell their own stories. We will let them use their own imagination!

Children have unlimited creative potential. They are curious, playful, imaginative, and open to new experiences. Creativity is not a fixed quantity but a renewable skill and a way of thinking that can be improved and nurtured by allowing a child’s potential to develop.

Research has shown that children’s engagement with creative activities has positive effects on their interpersonal, intellectual, social, and emotional development.

They engage with their imagination and originality as they imagine and explore original ideas. Children who use fantasy and imagination are better able to engage in divergent thinking and generate ideas. They stretch their flexibility, maintaining openness to unique and novel experiences.

They practice decision-making and have the ability to make thoughtful choices that support creative efforts. They work on their communication and self-expression skills and learn to confidently share their ideas and true selves.

They find internal motivation in striving to achieve a meaningful goal. As they learn social skills that encourage creative teamwork, they see the benefits of working together.

Augmented reality has the potential to create a 3D immersive learning environment that helps people remember, understand, and be more interested in what they are learning.

Kids love to do arts and crafts, and it’s important for them to practice it both at school and at home. They help the kids and their parents develop some very important skills like motor skills, literacy, math concepts, creativity, self-esteem, and parent-child bonding.

All of our crafts are geared to enhance all of the above skills, and that's front and center in our mission. Let's develop our kids and let them be a creator.

Photography brings out the explorer and the experimenter in them. Your child will benefit in many ways from this, including in academics, extracurricular activities, and relationships with others. Your child's self-esteem and social skills will both benefit from taking photographs that she or he is proud of sharing with friends. It also gives your child an opportunity to look at things in a whole new light and develop a sense of perspective and visualization.

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