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  • Colour mixing worksheet by lizwalter

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    Worksheet

    Colour mixing worksheet. A4 worksheet for colour mixing with paints. Children should put thumb prints of primary colours into the circles labelled, then mix them in the final circle. Can be used as a reference when children are painting. C…

  • Observational drawing of a teddy by HamiltonTrust

    Lesson plan, Other

    Observational drawing of a teddy. Children feel and discuss the texture of a teddy’s fur. KS1 – WB – S3_3a – Art/Music Session 3: Observational drawing of a teddy Art Session 3a: Observational drawing of favourite toy Art Range and Breadth…

  • Shape faces by Hwb Welsh Government

    Lesson plan, Activity

    Shape faces. This activity introduces the form of art known as "cubism" to the class. It firstly shows how artists can use shapes to make abstract portraits or "funny faces." Pupils look at a picture of a face painted in the cubist style a…

  • How to print your own wrapping paper by BBC Class Clips - Art & Design

    Activity

    How to print your own wrapping paper. Oliver shows how he prints his own wrapping paper using flower designs drawn into polystyrene tile blocks. He marks up the tiles to print them edge to edge, and uses rollers to ink the tiles. Duration:…

  • Printing Bright Bread by artyfarty129

    Activity

    Printing Bright Bread. A simple printing project for primary children. Press it down firmly into the slice of bread. Make sure you press the edges down. Peel away the bread to reveal the print on the paper. You now have a print as well as …

  • Mini cross curricular map by deleted349

    Lesson plan

    Mini cross curricular map. Cross curricular map setting out brief descriptions to be elaborated on for a seaside theme with all subjects. Creation of a Beach Hut (The Dressing Room) History. Discuss what is the same/different today …

  • colour mixing poster by Miss DPP

    Posters and displays

    colour mixing poster. This is a simple poster. Can be laminated and stuck on a wall? Or could print out severaL and put out on children's tables as they are painting etc. Colour mixing Black makes a darker shade White makes a lighter shade

  • Observational Drawing of a Favourite Toy by HamiltonTrust

    Lesson plan, Other

    Observational Drawing of a Favourite Toy. Children learn the word ‘texture’. They look carefully at their favourite toy and talk about the feel and appearance. KS1 – WB – S3_3a – Art/Music Session 3: Observational drawing of a teddy Art Se…