The Penguins enjoyed making a little video for you, to show off their art today. We hope you enjoy it! Advertisements
The Pelican’s have done some more observation work. They have drawn eachother pulling funny faces as a one line contour drawing. A really good exercise for the brain in concentration, self control and detail noticing. The pictures will eventually be an exercise in related colours. We have fun here!
Last Friday we announced the winners for the iPad Photography Competition! In the end it was so hard to choose the winners that we asked the staff to vote on their top three photographs. This really helped us with the decision. These photographs are so beautiful that I just have to share them with you… Continue reading IPAD PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION
The grade 4’s are embarking on a mission to tell the world about water pollution through stop-motion with paint. This is all good and fun but many have never made a stop-motion before so today is about experimenting with the paint and stop-motion. Not only do they need art shirts but I really feel like… Continue reading Play Time with Stop-Motion
The grade 5’s have just completed our gamified Ancient Egypt project. (Gamified means that their tasks count toward points for their teams.) I am so excited that it all worked out well! HERE is the link to our point sheet. We had to add an equalizer column to ensure fairness across the project as some… Continue reading Pelicans find a winner!
A note from David D, a student in the Pelicans: "Hello everyone grade 5 pelicans are doing a Cartouche challenge and it is hotting up here in the art room. Students have have been spilt into groups of 4,5 and 3, they have had to do challenges that have been hard and brutal. They have… Continue reading Pelican’s Giant Cartouche
The grade 6's have just completed there stop-motion project which was done on a very large background. It was a group project and thus fairly free and noisy. I wanted to take the grade 6's in the opposite direction again by giving them a project to do as individuals and in miniature. This focuses the… Continue reading Eyes of South African Animals