Eyeyah! is being used as a child-led learning resource to spark off discussions about important issues and connect students with cutting-edge contemporary artists and graphic designers. We recommend Eyeyah for 8-12 years old, but younger and older students can also benefit.
The specially curated content fuses art education, creative thinking and social issues. We release 3 new issues annually, accompanied by a teachers toolkit that includes artwork insights, backgrounds into artists, art styles and is supported by group and individual exercises.
Preview of Issue 1 - Internet
Overview of discussion topics:
- The role of smartphones in our lives
- Our reliance on the internet
- How phones can be addictive
- Socialising and phones – making friends in person vs online
- Phones as our windows to the outside world
- Online strangers
- E-waste and what happens to devices when we upgrade
Preview of Issue 2 - Food & Drink
- Food waste and ugly vegetables
- Future foods / edible insects
- Dangers of sugar & fast food
- The science behind processed foods & GMOs
- The world’s most expensive foods
- Famous food inventors
- Waste - A look at conservation, pollution, recycling and ‘zero’ waste movement
- Money - Educating children about financial literacy
- Sea - Ocean and maritime history
Schools that use Eyeyah!
- ACS International
- St Joseph International
- United World College
- Guangyang Primary
- Methodist Girls School
- LeClare Preschool
Testimonials & Awards
“I have never ‘read’ visual illustrations the way I did with this book. Eyeyah (Issue 01) invites broad-based engagement for cyber wellness. The visuals invoke genuine feelings and reflections.”
Founder of Kingmaker - Asia's leading cyber wellness consultancy.
"I used Eyeyah in a series of child-led sessions where I showed an image to the children and they came up with a set of questions and discussion points that popped into their heads. It was a great conversation starter, sparking off group discussions, without teacher prompts."
Grade 1 Teacher, Elementary School, St Joseph's Institution International.
“While it sure is a sight to behold, there’s much more to this magazine than meets the eye.”
“Using creativity to draw children into conversation about social issues in modern society.”
Channel News Asia
If you are interested in Eyeyah in your school, please write to us email@example.com