The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest wants you to let your imagination run wild and submit a hand-created artwork of your dream car. This is a chance for you to get really creative and explore the different design elements of a car including: movement, fuel, materials, positive impact, look and feel.
Lesson guides and printables
Australian curriculum content descriptions:
Complete lessons for classroom teachers:
- Toyota Dream Car Art Contest – Years 3 to 6
- Toyota Dream Car Art Contest – Exploring Natural Resources – Years 3 & 4
- Toyota Dream Car Art Contest – Illustrating A Short Story For Our Environment – Years 3 & 4
- Toyota Dream Car Art Contest – Dream Car Adaptations – Years 5 & 6
Tips for parents and carers:
Teachers, parents and kids can say goodbye to the post! Entrants/teachers can bulk upload or individually upload a scanned file of their drawing or photo via the online entry form.
Important! Kids will need to hang onto their artwork after entering in order to be eligible to win prizes and have their artwork showcased.
- Colour scanner or camera
- Device capable of accessing online materials
- Drawing materials, including but not limited to coloured pencils, pens/markers, crayons, paints, watercolour paints
- Natural Resources Factsheet (optional)
- Paper measuring no larger than A3 in size (400mm x 550mm) or (15.7 x 21.7 inches) or an A3 printed Toyota Dream Car Drawing Template
The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest usually commences late October to early November and concludes late to early March. Find up-to-date entry details, prizes and full terms and conditions here.
Learning@Home from Cool Australia
Learning@Home resources are designed for parents and teachers to use with children in the home environment. They can be used as stand-alone activities or built into existing curriculum-aligned learning programs. Our Learning@Home series includes two types of resources. The first are fun and challenging real-world activities for all ages, the second are self-directed lessons for upper primary and secondary students. These lessons support independent learning in remote or school settings.