Blog by Tag: art
Thank you so much to Oliver Walsh for sending in his World War 2 Art, all about the Blitz. I think the colours you have chosen are really striking and it is a fabulous piece of art. Well done.
The Ducklings have been keeping busy baking, painting, drawing and model making. Keep sending us photos of your creations!
Look at the gallery here...https://www.carletongreen.lancs.sch.uk/photo-galleries/ducklings-are-being-creative-at-home
In Hawks this week, we have been learning about different ways to produce one whole image using a range of tools and techniques.
What whole image did you create? What tools and techniques did you use to print this image?
What did you like about yours? What would you change next time?…
Hawks made their plates with cardboard, string and tinfoil then printed with ink.
Hawks started printing last week. They used string and cardboard to make their prints and printed in acryllic paint.
On Thursday the children across Year 5 and 6 all took part in wet felting. Mrs Birden came in and worked with the children; teaching them the wet felting technique. Each child's individual design was inspired by The Dot. The children thoroughly enjoyed the session and produced some wonderful…
This week we did wet felting for the first time.
How did you create your design? How did you think it went? Did you have to adapt as you went?
This week we have read a lovely story called The Dot. It is about a little girl who doesn't think she can be an artist. Her teacher asks to to start with drawing a single dot and see where her mark takes her.
The Ducklings have all made their own very individual dot using different media and…
The Ducklings have been selecting suitable materials and media to create their own bonfires with.
The children in Falcons created some wonderful Viking Longboats and painted a sea-scape using colour to create texture.The children in Falcons created some wonderful Viking Longboats and painted a sea-scape using colour to create texture.
In Hawks we began our new topic using drawing and shading skills.
What image did you choose? What did you enjoy about this lesson? What challenges did you face?
This afternoon we explored the sounds some musical instruments make in order to create a piece of music to depict a Roman battle. We then used this music to create a "battle/ invasion" dance. The Yellow Team were the Romans, as you can see from their victorious stance.
In the wing we created…