Turtle textures – exploring pattern

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By Jane Bower a specialist primary teacher in art and drama.

The natural world can provide a stunning source of patterns, textures and shapes that make great starting points for art activities.

Objectives

  • Record from first-hand observation, experience and imagination.
  • Investigate the possibilities of a range of materials and processes.
  • Explore shape, form and texture.

NC/QCA links: Art 1a, b; 2a-c; 3a, b; 4a-c.

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