Wow! Look at our amazing art. We looked at the work of artist Paul Klee and discovered that P3B had used his castle painting last year to inspire their art. We looked at faces drawn by children in the style of Paul Klee and we looked at last week’s faces drawn with pencil and thought about what we wanted to improve.
We talked about the position of the eyes and lips from last week’s lesson and thought how pen would be a different media from pencil for our line drawing.
We are all very proud of our art. here are some ways that we feel we have improved in drawing faces:
Junior – I got the lips just right and the hair a little smoother.
Lewis – I drew a bigger head with a good shape and a big smiley mouth.
PJ – I improved the hair with good shapes.
Holly – The eyes are fantastic. I gave them eyebrows, eye lashes and eye lids. Lots of detail.
Elsie and Millie – The eyes are in the right place with an eye sized space between them.
Charlie H – The mouth is better because it’s more straight.
Charlie R – The eyebrows are better.
Maisie – I got the rugby ball shape for the eyes right.
Sam F – The eyes are better especially in the middle.
This week the P3 teachers have asked everyone to look at home for equipment that is used to measure length, volume and weight. Think about what we have used in class to measure length. Do you have any of those at home? What do you use them for?
What can you find in your home? A good room to start in would be the kitchen.
You can list the things you find or you can draw them.