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one off art lesson ideas for year 6

Discussion in 'Primary' started by silverwood, Feb 8, 2008.

  1. I have a year 6 class on tuesday morning for a PPA cover- they usually have music with a specialist teacher so I don't really want to step into her shoes !!
    I thought I would do some sort of one- off art activity with them maybe some sort of pop art Warhol type portraits of famous people e.g Beckham, Kylie,etc using images from magazines and collage or
    self portraits where they could draw outline of their face and features and then use paper collage
    to add colour- I saw a fantastic example of this at the Portrait Gallery in London recently..
    What do you think ?- I think I have all morning to do this so plenty of time to set up and complete..
    would be interested to hear from anyone who has done this successfully or any other ideas..
     
  2. I have a year 6 class on tuesday morning for a PPA cover- they usually have music with a specialist teacher so I don't really want to step into her shoes !!
    I thought I would do some sort of one- off art activity with them maybe some sort of pop art Warhol type portraits of famous people e.g Beckham, Kylie,etc using images from magazines and collage or
    self portraits where they could draw outline of their face and features and then use paper collage
    to add colour- I saw a fantastic example of this at the Portrait Gallery in London recently..
    What do you think ?- I think I have all morning to do this so plenty of time to set up and complete..
    would be interested to hear from anyone who has done this successfully or any other ideas..
     
  3. teamadmiral

    teamadmiral New commenter

  4. Thanks I'll look on there now ..
     

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