We used recycled materials to create contemporary sculptures. We learned a variety of different joining methods and used them in our groups to make one big construction.
We used liquid watercolours to create these beautiful paintings of koi fish! We made sure to use special watercolour paper for the best result!
We've been experimenting with the Japanese art of Origami at Activity Centres. With origami, we can fold flat pieces of paper so that they create a 3D sculpture. Check out our boats!!
Look what we made today! The ancient Egyptians used a loom, but a piece of card worked pretty well for us!
Our project work inspired these oil pastel landscapes. We talked about perspective- how to make things look near or far away- and about how to use complementary colours to create a contrast between land and sky. See the Paint and Colour page!
For those of you who haven't spotted this on the 'Music' page yet....
We made these lovely clay tiles. We experimented with rolling, flattening, pinching and cutting the clay. We also experimented with lollipop sticks and matchsticks in order to create relief in our clay.
In ancient Egypt, over 5000 years ago, scribes wrote things down using pictures. These pictures were called hieroglyphics. We wrote our names using hieroglyphics!!
We experimented with mixing colours and creating tints when using our styrofoam printing blocks. Click on the Print page to read more!
We used a picture of the moon landing to inspire some creative writing, while in Drama we imagined that we had arrived on a distant planet and had to communicate with aliens without a common language. The audience then had to guess what the original message was.