Theme for 2021: ‘CHOICE’
We had fun sharing lots of poems including…
‘Morrow Bird’ by Kathleen Jamie.
‘Hot Food’ by Michael Rosen.
‘A Dug, A Dug by Bill Keys.
What is Orange? by Mary O’Neil
We talked about Playground Rhymes that can help us to choose who is het in our games. – We enjoyed ‘One Potato, Two Potato…’
… and we made some Potato Prints in mono-chrome and also in our favourite colours…
One Potato, Two Potato,
Three Potato, Four!
Five Potato, Six Potato,
Seven Potato, More!
Lovely hot potatoes,
Ready for your tum…
Cover them in butter,
Yum, Yum, YUM!
HAPPY POETRY DAY!
SHARE Poetry! 🙂
CHOOSE Poetry! 🙂
Paul Klee said “A line is a dot that went for a walk.”
This ink pen drawing on white paper shows his interest in Expressionism.
He also said that” One eye sees and the other feels.”
This Painting shows his interest is now also in colour and of course shape.
Paul Klee used many elements to express feelings, dreams and fantasy.
Look out for …
some more Paul Klee inspired Art.
Hello from Miss McCluskey
A Special Post for … Maths Week Scotland …
All around us we see, hear and feel structures & rhythms.
We use our senses to find shapes & patterns to help us to understand our world – A world full of Art & Mathematics…
For thousands of years Artists have used Mathematics in their work-
Elements of shape, pattern, form and more…
… PAUL KLEE …
The Artist, Paul Klee, used geometric shapes of different sizes & colours to create many of his abstract and expressive paintings.
Paul Klee was interested in the shapes & patterns that he saw around him and he loved colour too!
He looked closely at buildings and he tried to paint his ideas about how what he saw made him feel.
We created our own work inspired by Paul Klee.
See if you can find all of the shapes in our ‘CityScapes’
Happy Maths Week! 🙂 🙂 🙂
27th September- 3rd October 2021
Remember Maths & Art are great ALL YEAR ROUND! 🙂
Look out for…
more about the Artist Paul Klee.
An ‘Impressions Gallery’ Touring Exhibition
in association with The Dick Institute & more…
Without seeds and their potential for food and medicine, we cannot sustain ourselves.
Five Artists explore the global efforts to save rare plants from extinction.
International Day of Peace
21st of September
We celebrated this day of PEACE.
The Dove is a symbol of peace.
The Peace Bell at the United Nations in New York.
There are lots of interesting old buildings to see in Kilmarnock…
A colourful welcome awaits…
Doors are opening again! 🙂 🙂 🙂
Throughout September 2021
AYRSHIRE 11th/12th September
My Pick of this weekend…
View a beautiful Stained Glass Window
at 2 Dunlop Street, Kilmarnock, KA1 2AW
Visit a vast Glass-Roofed Victorian Linthouse,
Boatshop, Fitting Shed, Tenement Flat.
See Historic Vessels, tools, artefacts, fascinating personal items
including Art and more…
at Gottries Road, Irvine, KA12 8QE
This former Art Deco Cinema is starting a new life
as a Community Hub.
Opened in 1935, it is a fine example of this style-
Come and take a look inside!
at Main Street, Prestwick, KA9
Let’s get into buildings!