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Lesson Three – Flower Colours

This art and design teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to practise using pastels to record the colour shades seen in different flowers found around the school grounds. The children can use a viewfinder to select parts of a picture to represent the visible colour shades.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to practise using pastels to record the colour shades seen in different flowers found around the school grounds

Learning Objectives

Ask and answer questions about the starting points for their work. Explore visual and tactile elements, including colour.

Learning Outcomes

I can discuss with the class questions and answers about colours used in a picture. I can record the colours that I can see in an object.

Flower Colours

Teaching sequence to help the children practise using pastels to record the colour shades seen in different flowers found around the school grounds

What Flowers

Display posters for whole class discussion to help the children identify and describe the colour shades that can be seen on the petals of different flowers

Flower Viewfinder

Template to help the children identify and record some of the colour shades that can be seen on the petals of different flowers

Flower Colours

Interactive activity to help the children practise using pastels to record the colour shades seen in different flowers found around the school grounds

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to practise using pastels to record the colour shades seen in different flowers found around the school grounds

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