- To encourage people to think "intergenerationally" and reveal their experience and imagination on paper.
- Provide participants with drawing supplies. For examples, paper, pencils, crayons, markers, scissors, glue and other paper decoration supplies.
- Ask participants to think about activities they do -- or might like to do -- with people in other age groups. If needed, prompt them to think about various arts and crafts, dancing, cooking, computing, gardening, and other activities.
- Have participants draw scenes of activities in which there is intergenerational exchange.
Examples of children's drawings
from the Intergenerational Sketching activity conducted
at the Ag Progress Days 2000