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By nika norman bossley park public school

Literature and Visual Arts.How Hedley Hopkins did a dare (Paul Jennings)Millie and the night heron (Catherine Bateson)The True Story of Mary, who wanted to stand on her head (Jane Goldwin)Rex (by Ursula Dubosarsky)Annie’s Chair (Deborah Niland)Daddy’s having Horse. (Lisa Shanahan)Run, Hare, Run. The story of a drawing. (John Winch)The Sound of the Sea (Warren Crosset)The Island (Peter Sheehan)The Short and Incredibly Happy Life of Riley (Amy Lissiat)Creatures of the Rainforest; two artists explore Djabugay country.(Warren and Eglitis Brim)Charles Darwin’s big Idea (Robin Stewart)The Big Picture Book; See life on Earth unfolding through time (John Long)

By Nika Norman,

Bossley Park Public School


Book it

Book It

Book Week 2006

Presented by Nika Norman


How hedley hopkins did a dare by paul jennings

How Hedley Hopkins Did a Dareby Paul Jennings

  • Sculpture Drawing

    Students create a skeleton and use split pins to make moveable joints.

    Create a puppet from News paper.


Additional examples

Additional examples


Millie and the night heron by catherine bateson

Millie and the Night Heron by Catherine Bateson

  • Painting Do you have a weird friend like Sheri? Paint a picture of them.

  • Decorate a tote bag.

  • Use fabric paint, add buttons, feathers and beads to make the bag original.


Millie and the night heron

Millie and the Night Heron

  • Decorative wrist bands.

    On a piece of wide black elastic 16cm long, sew a selection of buttons. Use dimensional paint to add decoration. Join the band with a button.


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Millie and the Night Heron

  • Photography. Take digital photos of birds. Print in black and white. Discuss light and shade. Students draw using different mediums.


The true story of mary who wanted to stand on her head jane goldwin

The True Story of Mary, who wanted to stand on her head Jane Goldwin

  • Draw and paint someone standing up straight with their hands above their heads. Turn the picture upside down and trace in texta. Now they are standing on their head.


Mary s friends

Mary’s friends.

  • Sculpture

  • Using thin wire create a shape of a camel.

  • Cover the wire in alfoil to make it stable and mount on a piece ofpolystyrene foam.


Rex by ursula dubosarsky

Rex by Ursula Dubosarsky

  • Draw the class pet or a picture of Rex., with Wax crayon.

  • Paint with water paints. Sprinkle water on the top so the colours run.

  • Printing. Create a mono print of the flower shop. Colour with water paint.


Annie s chair by deborah niland

Annie’s Chair by Deborah Niland

  • Painting. Collect pictures of chairs, enlarge them and paint a picture of your pet sitting on the chair.

  • Study the work of artists and the way they depict their chairs.

  • Sculpture. Create a chair using balsa wood pins and PVA.


Daddy s having horse by lisa shanahan

Daddy’s having Horse. by Lisa Shanahan

  • Plasticine picture.

  • Provide students with coloured plasticine and a thick piece of cardboard. Students create a creature they they would like to have and call their own.

  • Sculpture. Discuss body parts, 4 legs, a head, tail, etc. Students construct a rocking horse from polystyrene and pop sticks.


Run hare run the story of a drawing by john winch

Run, Hare, Run. The story of a drawing.By John Winch


Run hare run

Run , Hare, Run.

  • Who is the artist depicted in the story?

  • If possible bring in a live rabbit for the students to draw. Provide students with a variety of materials. Emphasis the texture if the fur and how it can be represented with line.

  • Look at Durer’s prints. Create a mono print of a rhinoceros.


The sound of the sea b y warren crosset

The Sound of the Seaby Warren Crosset

  • Pastel drawing.

  • Students can bring in pictures of places that they have visited with their families.

  • Experiment with the chalk pastels.

  • Draw on black and white paper.


The island by peter sheehan

The Island by Peter Sheehan

  • Have students close their eyes . Read the description of the creature to the students.

  • Painting. Crayon and wash.

  • Sculpture.

  • Use coloured plasticine to create a creature.


The short and incredibly happy life of riley by amy lissiat

The Short and Incredibly Happy Life of Rileyby Amy Lissiat

  • Sculpture .

  • Make a model of a rat and place him in a box.

  • Fibre.

  • Sew a rat, add pipe cleaner tail and legs.


Creatures of the rainforest two artists explore djabugay country by warren and eglitis brim

Creatures of the Rainforest; two artists explore Djabugay country.by Warren and Eglitis Brim

  • Print Making.

  • Use bubble wrap to create the background. Paint the animal on a separate piece of paper. Cut out and paste onto the background.


Creatures of the rainforest

Creatures of the Rainforest

  • Drawing.

  • Draw a picture onto overhead plastic using a black texta. Turn over and colour in . Display on windows


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Creatures of the Rainforest

  • Plasticine print.

  • Roll a flat layer of plasticine onto a piece of thick cardboard.

  • Use a pencil or stick to draw an animal. Apply ink with a roller and print.


Charles darwin s big idea by robin stewart

Charles Darwin’s big Idea. by Robin Stewart.

  • Collage.

  • Collect pictures of shells and insects. Colour and cut out.

  • Create backgrounds by mono printing.

  • Arrange pictures and glue on.


The big picture book see life on earth unfolding through time by john long

The Big Picture Book; See life on Earth unfolding through time, by John Long

  • Sculpture.

  • Make your own fossil. Use clay or plasticine.

  • Glue onto black card. Give it a scientific name and classify.


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The Big Picture Book; See Life on Earth unfolding through time, by John Long

  • Sculpture. Use wire, sticks, beads, fly screen wire. Or on a larger scale, Chicken wire to create prehistoric insects.


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The Big Picture Book; See Life on Earth unfolding through time, by John Long

  • Create your own rock art. Cover a brown paper bag with PVA and sprinkle sand over it.

  • Allow to dry.

  • Draw pictures of animals in chalk.

  • Stuff the bag with news paper .


More ideas

More ideas.


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The Big Picture Book; See Life on Earth unfolding through time, by John Long


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The Big Picture Book; See Life on Earth unfolding through time, by John Long


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