Improve fine motor skills!

Pvitar's Genius Hour

What is genius hour?

Genius hour is a movement that allows us to explore our own passions and encourages creativity in our classroom. It provides us a choice in what we learn during a set period of time during school.

What I did!

What did you do to improve your fine motor skills?

I am improving my motor skills by making weekly/daily goals, doing daily activities and by

using my time wisely. To begin, I make weekly/daily goals because they help me be on track. By making weekly/daily goals for my genius hour I am now being more organized because I am now making weekly/daily goals for my school work and homework. Moreover, I am doing daily activities examples include drawing and writing. By doing daily activities I improve my motor skills. Lastly, I am improving my genius hour by using my time wisely. I use my time wisely at school and at home. To sum up, I am improving my motor skills by making weekly/daily goals, doing daily activities and by

using my time wisely.

My goals.....

For my genius hour, I made various goals for myself to keep myself on track for example, this month I made a goal to draw every day.

My Drawings.

My Inspirational Artist!

One of the most significant painters from history is Jan Van Eyck because he is considered to be a master whose works and methods were heavily copied and reproduced. He is noted especially for his oil painting, his introduction of a new realism in religious works and portraiture.

Was I successful?

Well, my writing improved, but my drawings aren't that much detailed. So my goal for this/next week is to focus on putting more details in my drawings.

Where did you go from the beginning to now?

In the beginning of the year, I had really bad writing and drawing skills. I usually type because of my writing. But when we were interduced to genius hour, I really thought I could improve my fine motor skills. That's when I decided to research new ideas to improve my fine motor skills. After 5 months, I saw some big improvements in my writing.