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Set Design with Primary Aged Children

By Paula Briggs

This beautifully illustrated resource shares how to explore set design with primary aged children. Paula Briggs worked with years 3, 4, 5 and 6 children at Bourn Primary Academy to create wonderfully dramatic set designs.

Children first made dynamic and energetic drawings in charcoal and then created imaginative, sculptural sets and scenes in mixed media.

Charcoal Warm-Up Exercise for Set Design with Primary Aged Children
Charcoal Warm-Up Exercise for Set Design with Primary Aged Children


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