Sculptures with Personality, Inspired by Anglo Saxon Houses
The Sculptures with Personality, Inspired by Anglo Saxon Houses resource demonstrates how making “sculptures” rather than “models” enables children to grow their ideas in individual directions. The emphasis is on how each child can feel enabled to make their own artwork and express their own personality.
Flat Yet Sculptural? Drawing, Collage, Construction
Through the Flat Yet Sculptural? Drawing, Collage, Construction project, children developed their drawings through collage and construction to transform them into sculptures. In this session children base their exploration around animals (pets), though the focus could easily be on the human figure.
Making Sculpture at its most fun! The Making a Festival Feast from Modroc resource reminds teachers and children art should be fun! Develops skills in construction, lateral thinking, modelling and painting.
The Communal Picnic Drawing session gives children the chance to work on a shared drawing, this time using watercolour paint on fabric, to create a table cloth drawing of their picnic as they eat it. Perfect for a celebration of skills learnt.
The How does the Sculpture Balance? resource enables an exploration of construction and introduces sculptural ideas about balance (both physical and aesthetic) and construction. The project encourages risk taking and creative thinking.
From life drawing through to painting, collage and sculpture, the Where The Wild Things Are collection of resources provides a whole range of sessions inspired by Maurice Sendak, suitable for all ages and in particular for MAT pupils and after school clubs.
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