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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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The Day the Crayons Quit!

We have been learning about expressing opinion and campaigning for democratic change. To inspire us, we read the story "The Day the Crayons Quit" and the children chose a crayon to support. Next, we designed posters to campaign on behalf of our chosen crayon! Here are some photos of our protest.

During our art sessions this week, we have been looking at famous artworks.

Using a viewfinder, we focused on the lines used by the artist. The following sketches were inspired by this picture by Van Gogh. We only drew a portion of the artwork. Can you see which part we recreated?

 

 

  • Amy 1 month ago
    I enjoyed the the lovely pictures and all the things you taught us. I was a blue crayon and we all worked very well together. We all loved the book. It was very judgy and Duncan should take more care of his crayons.

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