Mine. Yours. Ours

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Learning Framework?

  • Physical
  • Intellectual
  • Emotional
  • Social

Endorsed by


  • Physical - Object control of smart phone while taking photos
  • Intellectual - Children will make use of their cognitive ability to picture a scene they would like to capture with the smart phone and then to capture it, this activity allows freedom of exploration and creativity
  • Emotional - This activity not only builds children's confidence of their own perspectives but also enable them to appreciate the perspectives of others
  • Social - Children will be sharing their viewpoints and taking turns to allow others to share as well, children will be able to relate and appreciate the diversity in their community

A simple activity that can educate children about different perspectives and viewpoints.
Skill Level
Suitable for
5-6 years old
Estimated time
< 15 mins

What You Will Need

  • Smartphone
  • Family members

Step 1


Gather the materials.

Step 2


Bring children outdoors. Educate them about the different angles in taking a photo such as foreground, middleground, and background.

Step 3


Let the children explore the area of photo-taking and decide on a place where they would like to photograph.

Step 4


After photo taking is completed, encourage them to share their viewpoints and allow for other family members to share as well.

Ask the Kids

Why did you take in this angle?

What do you picture while capturing this photo?

What do you think of his (others) photo?

Which part of the picture is important to you and why?

If you like, share what your kids answered in the comments below