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We thought you'd like this easy DIY mask tutorial, especially for those of you who have odd socks lying around!
All you will need is
- an odd sock (washed!)
- a pair of scissors
- Fold the sock in half so that the toe end touches the top, then use your scissors to cut the toe end off.
- Open up the sock and cut along the fold line opposite to the heel.
- To make the loops for your ears, fold the sock in half again and make two cuts. Starting from the folded edge and about 2 centimetres from the ends cut up - but don't cut all the way to the edge!
- Open out the sock completely and trim the square corners into rounded curves.
- Add your filter layer of choice, such as kitchen roll, then loop the cut out holes around your ears, and cover your nose and mouth with the rest of the sock. The heel should fit nicely over your chin.
Send us pictures of your sock masks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
9-9.30 P.E. with Joe Wicks
1st lesson: Numeracy
2nd lesson: Literacy
In this lesson, we are going to practise fact retrieval and infer answers from a text.
3rd lesson: Art
In the 1960s, Andy Warhol became known as one of the leading artists of the pop art movement.
Pop artists felt that art should reflect modern life and so they made art inspired by the world around them – from movies, advertising and pop music to comic books and even product packaging.
Warhol was famous for exploring everyday and familiar objects in his work, using brands such as Coca-Cola, Brillo and Campbell’s Soup.
He liked the idea of taking ordinary things, for example cereal or bananas, and turning them into art.
He did this with his famous print of a tomato soup can. He also made a print of every type of soup that Campbell's made! Including the one above, Black Bean.
Have a go at designing your own! It can be a real soup flavour or an imaginary one!
Here are some things to think about:
- What ingredients will go in your soup? How does it taste?
- What will it be called?
- Should the can be bright and bold or cool and dark?
- How would it look in the supermarket?
Find an ordinary package around your house (cereal, chocolate bar or a packet of crisp) and use Andy Warhol's pop art style to create your own piece of art. Do remember to send us a picture of your work to email@example.com.
End of the day
Enjoy the rest of your day.