Sure, board games are fun BUT have you ever made your own and then taught your friends how to play it? It’s so much fun!Read More Don’t shop, make!
Can you illustrate the alphabet like our friend? What pictures will you choose?Read More Preschool alphabet challenge.
We built it, cut out the fish and chips and opened up shop today. We are using our 1ps and 2ps when we go shopping and are very good at checking we have the right amount of money.Read More Preschool make a fish and chip shop for their beach topic!
Collaborate is our word of the week. We have been making art, dances, and inventing games in pairs so we can learn to listen to each other and improve on our ideas!Read More Preschool collaborate
We have been learning about primary and secondary colours and how to create lots of different shades of the same colour using our mixing flower petals. Our fine motor skills are coming along nicely and we are very good at cleaning our brushes before choosing a new colour.Read More Preschool watercolour artists mix it up!
Preschool have been designing and building theatres for their puppet shows. We have been talking about being different characters and understanding the emotions of others.Read More Off to the Theatre
This week we have learned what a setting is and looked at the different settings in some of our favourite books and tv shows. Then we drew some settings of our own and built some too. We started to find lots of settings hiding in our classroom that we could have fun describing to our […]Read More Preschool set the scene…
Our mosaic designs were finally finished when we got to grips with tesserae (small pieces of tile) and grout to produce our final tiles. The children worked really hard to finalise their designs and did an excellent job with the grouting – perhaps this will come in handy if you need to redecorate any kitchens […]Read More Final mosaic masterpieces
Following from last weeks potato print folk art, this week our budding artists went solo- creating their own folk art landscapes using patterns in fine pens. Firstly they planned there design and sectioned out their landscape. Then they blocked each section with a colour and pattern, often linked to arable farming. We think you’ll agree […]Read More Art UKS2
Today year 2 were so creative and artistic. After being inspired by the work of pop artist James Rizzi, they made their own amazing collages. They used their imaginations and interpretations of the city we live in to create expressive cityscape collages. Following James Rizzi’s style, they drew buildings alive with detail, cut them out […]Read More Art – year 2