GRADE 1 WEEK 3 TERM 3
REMOTE LEARNING 2020
(27th July – 31st July)
PART 1 READ ALONG WITH MRS MENHENNET!
Hello to all my Grade 1 students from Cambridge Primary School and whoever else might be reading this post.
This is week 3 of Term 3 2020 and all my Grade 1 students are remote learning at home!
We are going to be doing a bit of Visual Arts learning around the topic of colour!
Last week I asked you to draw a rainbow scene including the colours of the rainbow in order.
I hope you kept last week’s rainbow drawing somewhere nice and safe. You will need to submit last week’s rainbow drawing as evidence of your completion of this unit of work when you submit your Specialists Rich Task.
Instructions for the Specialists Rich Task will be forwarded to you soon.
To revise the order of the colours of the rainbow.
To revise the audio function on my blog post.
To read along with Mrs Menhennet as she reads the blog post aloud.
To create a rainbow using found objects.
I watch and listen to the video song about Roy G Biv.
I can play the audio function on the blog post and read along with Mrs Menhennet.
I can create a found object rainbow with the colours in the correct order.
Let’s get started!
I know you loved last week’s fantastic song about Roy G Biv so here it is again for you to enjoy. Perhaps I will be able to hear some students singing along this time.
Let’s watch and sing along with the video.
If you need to stop the video at anytime you can just press the pause button and then come back to the song.
Part 2 READ ALONG WITH MRS MENHENNET!
This week I don’t want you to draw a rainbow.
This week we are going to do something different.
I want you to create a rainbow using objects that you can find around your house!
Yes, that’s right, I want you to make a rainbow using objects you can find around your house.
The photo above shows a rainbow that a student made using objects they found around their house.
You can see that they used toys, blocks, textas, pencils, cars, all sorts of things.
Before you start running around your house like a crazy person collecting objects let’s think about this.
I do not want you touching any objects that don’t belong to you without permission.
I also want you to know and understand that all good artists clean up after themselves.
So, every single thing that you use in your rainbow of objects has to be put away properly and correctly after you have finished photographing your artwork.
Here is another photo of a rainbow of found objects.
You could also use socks, t shirts, scarves, hats, balls, balloons, ribbons, tea towels, face washers, plastic bottles, plastic cups, etc, etc.
And how will you remember the order of the colours for your found object rainbow?
ROY G BIV, of course!
Look at these huge rainbows some artists created out of found objects!
When your rainbow of found objects is finished please photograph it with your device.
You don’t need to submit your photo this week.
You will submit your photo of your found object rainbow as evidence of your completion of this unit of work when you submit your Specialists Rich Task.
NOW HERE ARE THE GRADE 1 STUDENTS FOUND OBJECT RAINBOWS!