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CLIP 9076

Seaside collage

Seaside collage
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Key Info
  • Seaside collage
  • Duration: 01:59
  • A group of children are working together as a team to complete a giant collage at the beach. The children share objects and people that they can see and then complete observational drawings using pencil. They then create a giant collaged seaside picture by tearing paper and painting. They offer tips such as using different shades of colour and adding shiny paper to create the reflection of the sun off the waves.
  • Subject:

    Art and Design

       Topic:

    3D Design

  • Keywords: beach, sea, seaside, surfers, paint, draw, collage, observational drawing, paper, big art, waves
Ideas for use in class
  • This is an excellent clip to show children in preparation for a giant art piece based on an educational visit. This clip could also be used to demonstrate collage methods, or as an introduction to observational drawing. It could be used as a basis for the children evaluating their own work and the work of others. The class could talk about other materials that they could have included on the collage and then create their own seaside collage.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 4x3

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