Irl Winter Art

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3rd and 4th Class, Claregalway NS show some decoration tipps for winter. This presentation is part of the Comenius-project "WATER IN OUR LIVES" "This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein."

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3rd and 4th Class, Claregalway NS:

3 rd and 4 th Class, Claregalway NS Winter Crafts

We chose activities suitable for middle class ages, 8 and 9 year olds….:

We chose activities suitable for middle class ages, 8 and 9 year olds….

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And also crafts suitable for junior classes …..

Winter Trees using paint::

Winter Trees using paint : These paintings were very simple but effective. Here is how we did it.

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First we glued a strip of black paper onto an A3 size sheet of white paper. Then we used white paint to paint the trunk of the tree and some thicker branches. N ext we continued on the branches on the white paper, using black paint.

We continued painting our branches. Then we used a drawing pin to scrape out rough textures on the trunk. This was all, a very simple art idea to show bare winter trees!:

We continued painting our branches. Then we used a drawing pin to scrape out rough textures on the trunk. This was all, a very simple art idea to show bare winter trees!

Finished! Here are some samples. They look good!:

Finished! Here are some samples. They look good!

Winter Trees using Pastels:

Winter Trees using Pastels

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We began by lightly drawing the outline of a tree on a sheet of white A4 paper. Then we used blue pastels to shade around the outline of the tree. Next we used charcoal to shade in the tree. We blended the charcoal with our fingers. This gave a blurry effect, like Winter fog!

Next, we added water to white paint and mixed it. We used a paint brush to flick the paint onto our picture to create a snow effect.:

Next, we added water to white paint and mixed it. We used a paint brush to flick the paint onto our picture to create a snow effect.

Finished!:

Finished! An Geimhreadh – the Irish for “Winter”

Finally, we made ‘penguin cards’ – a really simple idea for young children.:

Finally, we made ‘penguin cards’ – a really simple idea for young children. All we needed to make these was black card, white paper, glue and an orange crayon. Easy!

First we folded the sheet of black card in half. Then we cut out a simple template of a penguin on white paper.:

First we folded the sheet of black card in half. Then we cut out a simple template of a penguin on white paper.

Next we traced around the outline of the penguin on the black card. We cut out the shape of the penguin. On the white paper, we cut out the belly, eyes and beak of the penguin and stuck these onto the penguin using glue.:

Next we traced around the outline of the penguin on the black card. We cut out the shape of the penguin. On the white paper, we cut out the belly, eyes and beak of the penguin and stuck these onto the penguin using glue.

We coloured in the penguin’s beak and that was it! Simple!:

We coloured in the penguin’s beak and that was it! Simple!

Some finished penguins!:

Some finished penguins!

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We hope you like our Winter Craft ideas and will try some of them out next winter!

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