Art week in Beech Class
The children had a wonderful time this week exploring patterns and creating their own master pieces! They found out about the artist 'Melanie Yazzie' and used some of her art work as a stimulus for their own printing tile that they drew, made and then used to complete the print design on their T-shirt. They also used fabric pens to decorate the other side of their T-shirt. They enjoyed all the activities and were extremely proud of their T-shirts.
Reception have loved Art week!
In Reception we have been exploring different types of lines and dots. We read the book 'The Dot' by Peter Reynolds. Following this the children have enjoyed using different types of media to create their own art work and design their own t-shirts. On our t-shirts we used fabric pens to create our designs. What a fabulous week it has been to end our first half term. We hope you all have a fantastic restful break and we will see you all on Monday 1st November! Thank you, Recep
All things Arty!
We have had an amazing week in Year 1. We have been Artists and designers and printmakers! We have really enjoyed finding out about the Artist Melanie Yazzie. She is based in Colorado and is also a Professor in a University. Her work is really interesting and reflects her Navajo heritage. We have really enjoyed creating prints using lots of different resources - including potatoes, pine cones, shells, duplo, cotton reels, cubes and lots of different objects. We learned how to
We are Artists! It's Official!!!
We have had a fabulous final day of Art Week. We are 'a living exhibition of creativity!' Look at our amazing creations! Happy Half Term everyone!
Happy Friday 😃
What a busy and fun learning week kindi have had this week. Have you had a chance to look at our art week daily blogs? If not take a look we have been doing amazing things! Today we have finished making our dotty t-shirts all the children have been excited to wear and bring them home… We have been learning about Diwali the Hindu Festival of Lights! We looked at rangoli patterns and made our own using our dotty art week theme… We also decorated biscuits because when learning a
Rowan have loved Art Week
In Rowan we have been inspired by the work of Nigerian artist Nike Davies Okundaye. Nike specialises in cloth weaving, adire pattern making, indigo dyeing, batik and leather work. We really enjoyed learning about her and her life. We used her techniques to inspire our own work. All our work this week was based around Nike and African Art, including pattern making in Maths and writing fact files in English. Have a look at our wonderful work. Designing our own adire patterns to
Art Week - Wonderful Weaving - Class Oak
We have been studying different techniques used by the the African artist Nike davies Okundaye. She is famous for weaving and using patterens in her materials to have meaning. We have had great fun weaving and creating our own patterns.
Art Week - Group Collages - Class Oak
We have been studying the artisit Nike Davies Okundaye all week. She is an African Artist who specailises in using dyes and patterns on different materials. We created collages inspired by some of her work. We worked in teams to cut, stick and create beautiful collages.
Thursday has been another dotty art day in kindi 3+
When we arrived in kindi we noticed the dolls where all in the doctors role play area they also had red SPOTS 😱 The babies needed looking after they had chicken pox! The children enjoyed looking after the babies and thought maybe they have spots because our kindi room is full of dots and spots. We painted dots onto cling film we had lots of fun… We spoke about different animals that have spots, the children enjoyed looking at the different animals and getting creative… We ha
Wednesday’s Art in kindi 3+
Dots, dots everywhere in kindi 3+ 😊 Today we have been working as a big team to create a HUGE picture using different resources. take a look at our work… We have also used dabbers to follow circle patterns… We have looked at Yoyoi’s work again and we really liked her pumpkin art we decided to have ago ourselves using finger painting…