Creative Domains

Why creativity matters?

After 40 years working alongside educators, we’ve seen — and research has shown — that creative expression leads to deeper student engagement. And when students are more engaged, they take more ownership of their learning. Students become better problem-solvers, communicators and collaborators. They explore more and experiment more. They tell richer stories and find their own unique voices. They stretch their imaginations and make connections they might not otherwise make — and carry all these skills through everything they’ll do in school. And beyond.

Find the creative genius in every student.

Every student learns differently, finds inspiration in different places and communicates ideas uniquely. Designed with the help of educators and creative professionals, Everyone Can Create includes four project guides that introduce the fundamental skills and techniques of video, photography, music and drawing.



Drawing encourages the mind to observe the world more closely, consider how things are put together and how they work. It lets students articulate concepts that exist only in their imaginations, in ways words just can’t. Students will learn the fundamentals of balance and symmetry, shading, colour and texture, and build the skills they need to create anything from word art and portraits to logos and now motion graphics.


By exploring and capturing photos, students can better understand the realities of the world around them. Using the iPad camera and the Photos app, they learn to identify and frame compelling subjects, experiment with light and shadow, and explore all aspects of composition. They’ll use a variety of techniques to capture action shots, take a portrait, compose a collage and create animated GIFs.


Music is a language we can all understand. Starting with the basics of recording your voice, students will gain new confidence to tell and enhance stories through music and sound. They’ll develop the skills they need to make original podcasts, drumbeats and songs while learning to use GarageBand on iPad.


Video gives students a powerful means of interpreting ideas, expressing their thoughts, and informing, influencing and inspiring their audience. Using the iPad cameras and Clips or iMovie, students will explore composition, lighting, camera angles, creating special effects with green screen, and learn how to construct strong narratives through documentaries, live events and short films.

Everyone can create

The Everyone Can Create Drawing unlock children’s potential using technology . The units follow an easy-to-follow format to take the learner through the following areas:

  • Word Art
  • Doodle Art
  • Observational Sketching
  • Landscapes
  • Portraits
  • Still Life Composition
  • Architectural Design
  • Logos
  • Infographics
  • Book Design

Within each section the reader picks up a wide range of skills relating to that art form such as symmetry, shading, colour and texture. Children are encouraged to think ‘out of box’ and develop creative skills in drawing.


The skills taught through Everyone can create Photo can be learnt by the very youngest of learner and have the scope to turn basic camera work into creative masterpieces.

The Everyone Can Create photo touches upon the following topics:

  • Everyday objects (photography skills, photo editing, adjustments and personalisation)
  • Portraits
  • Scenes and Landscapes
  • Action and Animation
  • Collage Composition
  • Photo Journalism
  • Publishing and Photo Galleries

You don’t need to have any experience teaching music or playing an instrument to enjoy and start playing in GarageBand.

From Voice Recorder students can add their own lyrics to a song or poem then play around with the sound effects and editing tools. The Live Loops section is an instant hit with children as they can easily combine pre-recording sounds to make their own funky beat.

The Everyone Can Create: Music shows you how to:

  • Use Live Loops
  • Construction a song 
  • Rhythm and beat making
  • Chords and melodic instruments
  • Writing and recording song lyrics
  • Post-production and sound quailty

Everyone can create Video gives students a powerful means of interpreting ideas, expressing their thoughts, and informing, influencing and inspiring their audience.

The portability of the iPad with the camera enables pupils to get up and explore their enviroment outside the classroom. New updates to iMovie make it more exciting than ever with Green screen, Picture in Picture and Split screen options. iMovie also works alonside a powerful new app Apple Clips. Students are able to animate still images, add audio overlays and camera filters to make their own movie project.

Creativity Is Just As Important As Literacy

Learn with fun

Students always like to learn with fun, imposing the learning activities through different creative ways help them to grasp the login behind easily

Freedom of Expression

Students have the chance to come out of their shelves and become a part of it. This freedom of expression gives them a sense of goodness and happiness.

Improves Focus and Attention

Creative classrooms can really transform the way students acquire education and how they apply it in their real life also improve their focus and attention and the study time would be more productive.


Emotional Development

Creative expression is important for a kid to trigger up their emotional development. Importantly, this has to happen at their lower classes itself so that they grow up by responding well to the happenings around them.

Enhances Thinking Capability

Creativity can stimulate imaginative thinking capability in students. It makes them explore the surroundings and learn new things from them.

Follow Passions

A good classroom environment should give space for students to follow their passions. This gives students a sense of happiness which in turn helps them to approach academics with a free mind.


considering a career in Creative Jobs a good option

Creativity is a skill that not many can expertise in. To bring out a new idea every time for a specified task is a difficult job. People with the skills and talent to propose something new every time can build a career in Creative Jobs

Creative children who have broken records

By unleashing the creativity of students through interactive exercises, they’ll learn how to develop and communicate ideas, become better problem solvers and discover new ways they can leave their mark on the world