How to Sketch a Seagull

June2

Friday is our AWESOME day of ART! Today we warmed up with sketching a bird because we are learning about Indigenous totems. In Canada (our teacher Miss Murphy’s country) the First Nation’s People have totem poles stacked of many different types of animals and normally a bird is at the top. After our warm up sketch we made our own totems of Australian animals. Stay tuned for pictures of our totems.

How to Sketch a Possum

May19

We read in the story “The Day We Lost Forever” how Aboriginals used to hunt for possums by setting fire to a  tree to scare them out and then they would eat the meat and use the fat and blood to make paint and use the fur  to create clothes like jackets. Therefore (WALT) we are learning to draw a possum as our art warm up. 🙂

Check out some of our artwork below.

Our Excellent Excursion

April27

On Monday, our class got to go to the botanical gardens to kick start our new inquiry unit about ‘Who Lived Here First?’ We learnt a lot and got to participate in fun activities such as trekking animals, making paint with stones, tea tasting and shelter building out of sticks. What was your favourite activity 3s and 4s?

What’s in Your Food?

March27

How to Draw a Sea Turtle

March23

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Art by Yvonne

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