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EYFS New to Art

Ash Class used a variety of materials to print buildings.

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Ash Class - inspired by 'Leaf' our new book about a polar bear, we used chalk pastels for our mountains and sponge printed the shrubs and plants directly onto our fabulous display.

It's that time of year again - the RSPB Garden Bird Watch and our 'Owl' drawings- to help us understand the world and art pencils for fine motor skills.

AUTUMN TREES - Ash Class have been looking at bare trees with charcoal and chalk, then printed with Savoy cabbage leaves and printed hedgehogs with sponges and the edges of lolly sticks for spines. They have work collaboratively and individually on their art.

EYFS expressing ideas and feelings about Remembrance. Using artistic effects and smuding chalk pastels to explore the light and dark meaning of colour.

We used pastels for our observational drawings of pumpkins.

Poppies

Observational drawings of fruit and vegetables.

We looked carefully at a variety of butterflies and used watercolours to paint them.

DRAWING FROM OUR EXPERIENCES

EYFS have taken part in the RSPB Garden Bird Watch. We have drawn some magnificent Barn Owls.

We used watercolours to paint the landscape and then printed poppies using corks.

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