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A 10 question quiz for KS3 students covering the basics of the Formal Elements of Art.
In our world of international conflict and daily "News Bites " of yet another crisis arising from perceived In our world of international conflict and daily "News Bites " of yet another crisis arising from perceived differences of culture, nationality and race it is difficult to shied our youngest from the relentless onslaught of negative media output.Never has it been so important to allow them to look at the other side of the coin where hope, kindness, sharing and cooperation across our border
Explore and create by bringing together visual vocabulary and literacy skills in the classroom with this visually stunning and relevant book of poetry focussed on the ups and downs of growing up. This collection of poetry addresses common childhood topics from that first kiss to the loss of a loved pet, all handled in a sensitive way and served up with gentle humour.The back story behind each poem is discussed and the words brought to life with dynamic full colour cartoon style illustrations.
Children can write about fireworks around exciting firework illustrations on 3 of these 4 graded sheets, the 4th being a colouring sheet for Nursery/young Reception children. Fireworks might be hot, fast, zooming, noisy, sparkly, beautiful, shiny, curvy, colourful, poppy, snappy, smoky, red, gold, mysterious, magical - all sorts of things. The Yr 1-2 sheet invites a simile: They are as bright as -, and the Y2 sheet adds: But the sky is as dark as -.
These three black-and-white colouring sheets are clear, simple and attractive, encouraging young children to apply their artistic skills in choosing colours and shading in. The pictures represent autumn leaves (one large, with small ones around it), a squirrel on a tree and a hedgehog in a natural setting, with various mini-beasts and plants.
A huge drawing of an autumn leaf provides the frame for creative writing here. Line starters are scattered around it, inviting describing words, moving words and similes for autumn leaves, their colours and even the sky (or wherever) they fly through. The writing lines for the movement words are wavy, encouraging flowing words, and flowing pens too.
This booklet looks closely at advertisments and how they are carefully constructed by companies by taking into consideration their target audiences, logos and brand names, fonts and colour, and mascots in addition to use of wording and making their product unique.
Powerpoint explaining tips and starting points for a GCSE Fine Art project. Also supported with Photography for students to draw from and develop.
MORE THAN JUST A MEMORY GAME!! Pair matching pictures of 2-D shapes together.
MORE THAN JUST A MEMORY GAME!! Pair pictures of shapes to the correct shape name.
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