Friday, 2 December 2016

Room 13 Christmas Song

This is the song that we are learning for our part in the Junior Christmas Concert.


Friday, 25 November 2016

Arty Farty Friday


Today we were doing self-portraits.

We had to complete the other half of our photos.  We had to look carefully and try to include as much detail as we could.

We then gave ourselves a makeover and used crayons to add some colour.




After we had done one of ourselves we could choose to do another person.








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Next week we are doing something Emma wants to try.  Do you have any art ideas you would like to try?

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Friday, 18 November 2016

Arty Farty Friday

Today we were experimenting with print making.

We used pieces of string and stuck them onto some lino tiles.  We had different shapes and needed to make sure that most of our tile had a pattern on it.


Then we rolled some paint onto the string and then pressed it onto our paper.


We used different colours.


Briar also used card to make these patterns.


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AS ACEs


Congratulations to our wonderful Allenton School ACE stars today.

You all do amazing things every day.  Keep up the great work.



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Thursday, 10 November 2016

Money Snake

Briar we are so proud of you. Well done raising money to help others.






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Friday, 4 November 2016

Arty Farty Friday


Today we used an old jigsaw puzzle to make a new piece of art.

First we had to sort the pieces into colours.







Then we split into groups and had to use one colour to make a picture or design on our panel.













Here is our finished piece of artwork.  Some panels were done as a team, other panels each child did their own section.  It looks much better in reality, so come on in and have a look!


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Arty Farty Friday


On Friday the 21st October we looked at Pablo Picasso and some of his art work.

We used his style of art to create our own Frankinstein monsters.  Picasso's portraits often have one halfof the face looking at you, and the other half is a side on view.

We were so busy making that Mrs Aberhart forgot to take photos of how we made them.  But here are our finished pieces.

We chose either blue or green monsters.  When we did the eyes, one was looking straight at us and the other one was from the side.









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