Friday, 22 November 2013

Mister Seahorse

A clearer image of my grade 6 boys diorama of the World of the Wars tripod attack on the warship. (above)

My early years students have just completed an art response for Eric Carle's Mister Seahorse.
First I drew a seahorse outline and copied it for each student. Then we tore strips of tissue paper and using a mixture of PVA glue and water we painted over the strips. We then drew seaweed on clear plastic sheets using Poska paint pens. Using water color paint we painted a 'wavy' background, cut out our sea horses once they dried and glued them down onto the painted background.I then bound the seahorse picture with the plastic sheet to make a Mister seahorse booklet. ( Images in order below) Next week we'll be continuing with our work on Eric Carle's famous books.

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