7 and 8 year olds.
To understand and apply parallel and right angle lines to their work.
To understand and select a colour combination from complimentary, hot, cold or analogous colours.
To use charcoal to include shading, indicating a light source.
This is a repeat lesson. I took the same art day yesterday with a slightly younger group of children. The older children managed the charcoal shading a little better. drainpipes-m10.
The children are very absorbed by the challenge, some pushing the challenge further by adding extra details.
A interesting addition could be to get children to connect their work with a neighbour or two. They would need to jointly decide on a colour combination and work out where the pipes would connect at the sides.
|These girls chose complimentary colours.|
|Alfie's adding the charcoal skilfully.|