Hope you are keeping safe and well!
Here are some more fun activities that you can do at home over the half term. Remember, if you would like to write or share your work with us, email us at: email@example.com (remember to write your name!).
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over the half term. Here is a link to today's PE lesson: below to get today's update:
Make your own tiny book!
Create your own miniature book. You could create your own story or use a story you already know!
Here is a tutorial of how you can create a miniature book: For some more inspiration, have a look at Axel Scheffler's tiny book collection:
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Have you ever drawn what you have seen in a dream or while you were day dreaming?
Surrealist artists create artwork about images from their dreams or drawing without thinking. They love creating strange combinations and experimenting with everyday objects with something from a fantasy.
These are some artwork created by surrealist artists.
Flying fish? Melting clocks? Combs for hair?
Anything goes! Draw something you saw in your dreams or something from a fantasy.
Create your own surrealism story.
Click the image below to find out more about another art project you could do at home.
Over this half term, in Science, we have been learning about light and shadow. Here are some light and shadow art projects that you could carry out at home.
Tell a story to your friends and family using hand shadow puppets. Watch the video below to find out 'how to create hand shadow puppets.'
Or create your own shadow puppet. Here is a video about 'how you can make your own shadow puppet.'
Create your Victorian silhouette portrait.
During the Victorian Era, silhouette portraits became very popular. Back then, cameras were a very new invention and only the rich were able to afford to get their picture taken or a painting of themselves made for them.
Silhouette portraits were quick and affordable so many people were able to get them done.
- a light
- a pencil or a marker
- someone to help you trace
Watch the video below to find out more on how you can do this at home: