Kaaviyan and Samudra produced some amazing ark work to enter in a Cultural Diversity competition. Sadly they weren’t selected as finalists, but they did receive a very colourful participation award. Congratulations!
Last week the grade sixes finished off their mechanical eyes. These were inspired by the book week winner , Rules of Summer by Shaun Tan
This week the grade sixs will be painting their humorous pinch pots.
These colourful boomerangs were created by 1C! Don’t they just look amazing!!
This year the Commonwealth Games were held in Scotland, Glasgow. The mascot chosen for the games was Clyde, the Thistle Man. The scotch thistle is Scotland’s national flower.
The grade 5’s have done an amazing job at creating their own version of Clyde competing at the Games. They used fabric crayons to print their design onto material.
These detailed scratch art pieces were done by the grade 4’s. They created a picture that was half machine, half animal by including machine parts into the design.
The grade 1’s and 2’s made these cool houses and roads, just from pieces of wool! How cool are they!
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This is called the Salvador Dali Surrealist Skateboard Art. It was done by the grade 5’s.
These really colourful foil suns were made by the grade 4’s.
The grade 3’s have made these awesome machine parts. These were made from plasticine.