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Lesson Five – Farm Wallpaper

This art and design teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to select and design a wallpaper pattern for a farmhouse to represent different crops and animals. The class can use their experience and knowledge to select and use shapes when printing a pattern on a specific topic.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select and design a wallpaper pattern for a farmhouse to represent different crops and animals

Learning Objectives

Record from experience and observation when developing artwork. Ask and answer questions as starting points for work.

Learning Outcomes

I can develop ideas using experience and observation about a topic. I can ask and suggest answers to questions to plan  work of art.

Farm Wallpaper

Teaching sequence to help the children select and design a wallpaper pattern for a farmhouse to represent different crops and animals

What Wallpaper

Display posters for whole class discussion to help the children identify shapes, colours and patterns used on different wallpapers

Farm Letter

Shared reading text to help the children identify and suggest how to design and print wallpaper on a specific theme

Farming

Vocabulary word bank to help the children select and design wallpaper that is suitable for use in a farmhouse

Farm Wallpaper

Interactive activity to help the children select and design a wallpaper pattern for a farmhouse to represent different crops and animals

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to select and design a wallpaper pattern for a farmhouse to represent different crops and animals

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