Thursday, 23 August 2012

tiger collage

Five year olds.

Todays class members are brand new. They have just started school.

We read about tigers, described tigers, observed photos of tigers then drew tigers with pen. When the children had finished their tiger drawing, we checked the list of describing words they made at the beginning to see if they had included everything, such as whiskers. They touched up their work, then chose all the tiger colours from the coloured pencil box they needed. They coloured and cut out the tigers. They cut grass from magazines to camouflage their tigers.


  1. Very sweet. It would be great to see beginning/end of year examples side by side at the end of the year - it's always a wonder to see how they've developed and grown as young artists!

  2. Yes, I agree. Perhaps an observational drawing repeated would be a great example of growth.



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