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Royal Wedding - make a present?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Jen g, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. Jen g

    Jen g New commenter

    What about a class collage- Give each child a fabric square and allow them to design a symbol or a picture of what it means to be royal/ at a wedding/ best wishes/ blessings. Let the children use fabric pens to draw their design on the fabric and when they are all finished sew them all together. My sons class did this for a class project and it is hung outside his classroom- it looks great and the whole class are proud of it.
  2. or do one of those giant pieces of art where a famous painting is divided up into squares and each child does a square each then all put together. you could always blow up photo of painting and draw rough outlines before chopping if it helps. they will need a copy of divided up picture to work from too
  3. or they could all make flowers to add to a bouquet


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