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URGENT: 'Water' in Art KS2

Discussion in 'Primary' started by rebeccaknowles1111, Nov 3, 2016.

  1. rebeccaknowles1111

    rebeccaknowles1111 New commenter

    Greetings everyone!

    During the winter term we will be looking at the theme of water across the curriculum. This thread is directed at the theme of water in art. I wanted to produce lessons which are creative and different from your typical painting. Any ideas?
  2. fndteach

    fndteach New commenter

    Erm...not sure exactly what you're looking for but a few ideas that spring to mind - coral reefs using different textures, bridge construction over water, collage with tissue paper, water colours.
  3. languageisheartosay

    languageisheartosay Occasional commenter

  4. caterpillartobutterfly

    caterpillartobutterfly Star commenter

    Is this an alternative to doing hair?
    Where you are meant to be sorting this out for your university course?
  5. rebeccaknowles1111

    rebeccaknowles1111 New commenter

  6. rebeccaknowles1111

    rebeccaknowles1111 New commenter

    languageisheartosay likes this.
  7. rebeccaknowles1111

    rebeccaknowles1111 New commenter

    I apologise for not being clear. We've got similar ideas for KS1, KS2 needs a little tweeking - thank you.
  8. caterpillartobutterfly

    caterpillartobutterfly Star commenter

    Someone with a very similar username and posting style posted very recently asking a similar question, but with 'hair' as the art topic.
  9. rebeccaknowles1111

    rebeccaknowles1111 New commenter

    Nope, sorry not me! Didn't know my name was that popular XD
  10. stephgrimes86

    stephgrimes86 New commenter

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  11. hatice_gonuleri

    hatice_gonuleri New commenter

    You can try the abru art...

    It is kind of painting on water, rather than using watercolours...

    Just watch this video to get an idea about ebru arts.

  12. rebeccaknowles1111

    rebeccaknowles1111 New commenter

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