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Hi everyone,


Miss Bliss here. I am in charge of Art here at Cashes Green Primary. 

Now is the perfect time to be having a go at Art and creating lots of new things.

Art can be very relaxing and is the perfect way to switch off from screens and get creative. 


I have included some fun Art ideas and will be uploading an 'activity of the week' for you all to have a go at. 


I would love to see some of your creations, you can find my Email address over on the Year Two page.


Have fun! 

Art ideas and links. 


Get a bowl of water and a paintbrush, paint a picture on your fence or the ground using the water. This one is great because once it dries you can do it again and again and again. 


If you have any old paper plates at home they are fantastic for turning in to almost anything. Particularly animals. 

If you haven't already done so, paint a rainbow and stick it up in your window for others to see on their daily walk. It is lovely to walk around and find the rainbows. Once you have done this, you could go on your own rainbow walk, with a grown up and see how many beautiful rainbows you can find. 

There are many different artists for you to explore so I am going to suggest an artist a week. 

This week I suggest looking in to and having a go at some art by Andy Goldsworthy. He uses the environment to make fantastic images. I am sure you can find lots in your garden or things when you are out for a walk to make some stunning pictures. 

Two fantastic websites with lots of ideas:


And of course google has thousands of ideas, just type in an artist and away you go. 

Activity of the week.  

This weeks Art activity is to create a folding Easter bunny. You will find a step by step video on how to do this in the art for kids hub link above. 


I look forward to seeing your bunnies! 


Information for Parents on Online Safety - this is extra important at this time.


As always, please supervise children using these links - a site may also contain links to other sites or clips so whilst these direct links are suitable there might be content a few clicks away that isn't.

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