'Art and Maths collide'.
I introduced the language the children needed today; parallel, vertical, horizontal, perspective, vanishing point, three dimensional.
I found an easy to watch You Tube on how to make the letters of names look 3D.
It has catchy music rather than a grating voice. I played it a couple of times, although most children needed to view it only once. The children worked freehand on their letters. This allowed them to be less fussy about their work.
Our warm-up observational drawings.
We had an interrupted day. Some of the children were out of the art room for an hour and a half. They had just enough time to complete their 3D name but the others had time to make what we called intestines.