Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Wednesday Craft

Today we used the white crayon watercolour resist technique to create our art. 
 We started by drawing pictures with the white crayon on the white paper. Once the drawing was done, I showed how layers of watercolor could be added to reveal the white crayon lines underneath. This technique works because oil and water don’t mix – hence the beautiful resist paintings that emerge.
For best results we learnt it was important to press down pretty hard on the crayon and using more water creates a softer more effective result.

Thursday, 26 July 2018

Wednesday Craft

This term we will be focusing on different types of art techniques to link in with our Inquiry Topic HEART of an Artisit. Yesterday we made thumbprint Dandelions and Insects.

Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Wednesday Craft

 Our last craft of the term had a maths element to it when we made cute cat and morepork cubes.

Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Wednesday Craft

In anticipation of our visit next week from Author James Russell ( only 7 sleeps to go ) we constructed cute dragons. James Russell is a children's writer from Auckland who has self-published 3 picture books and 2 chapter books.

These books contain AR technology to bring three-dimensional 'magic' to his stories.
Check out the Dragon Boys Books website here.
Thank you Lucy, Neave and Maddison for helping us today.

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Wednesday Craft

Super busy, fun session today making Stained Tissue Stars to celebrate Matariki. If the sun ever shines again these stars will produce a dramatic effect hanging in the window. Thank you to Mrs Jopp who helped us to get finished before the bell rang.

Thursday, 7 June 2018

Caught Reading

These three Room 2 lovelies spent their Lunchtime reading. Alex was enjoying 'Marge in charge', Kaitlyn 'Isadora Moon' and judging by the giggles coming from behind her joke book Ruby B had chosen just the right book.

Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Wednesday Craft

Today's craft was based around this terms Inquiry topic H.E.A.R.T of an Inventor. We created Robots with movable arms and legs and special instruction buttons. One of my favourites was the Read me a Story button. Thank you Andra, Lily W and Sophie O for helping us today.