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Visual Arts

From the written and the drawn, to the painted and performed … The Arts is an exciting area full of opportunities for students to express their creative sides, and visual arts provide a fun, easy and versatile way to do this. 

Since we understand that being creative and learning different art and craft skills can be a daunting task for less confident students (and teachers!), R.I.C. Publications produces a range of resources to provide support; but also to challenge more independent and adventurous children. 

Our Primary art series, by Dianne Sterrett, goes through the stages of discussing, creating, reflecting and assessing art, ensuring that students of all ability are able to understand the process and feel a sense of accomplishment at their creations. 

With products covering painting, drawing, printmaking, colouring, collage and construction, and including full-colour images and easy-to-follow instructions, your students will be discovering their inner Picassos and Da Vincis in no time! 


If you are interested in teaching visual art lessons at a more efficient rate and effective level, then R.I.C. is here to help! Our visual arts teacher resources are packed full of information, broken down to be digestible for young minds.

While our resources are not specific visual art unit plans, their content can form visual art lessons with ease. For instance, How to draw and paint – Ages 8–12 can provide multiple visual art lessons and cover multiple learning objectives.

As drawing is a fundamental skill, the formal elements studied in this blackline master can be applied to all other areas of visual arts. Areas covered within this resource include ideas on how to teach the formal elements of line, shape, texture, proportion, perspective, colour and composition.


You can use the filters on the left-hand side to browse for a specific resource in our range by, year, age, format, product type, series and price.

If you’re struggling to manage your time or are finding some students who would benefit from another style of learning, then our visual arts teacher resources are for you!

Browse our range or contact us today to learn more and get answers to your questions about our visual art resources for teachers.