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Countryside - create a countryside mural or choose any of the activities outlined to use with children at home or in the classroom
 ARCHIVE - SELB programme code :TK 0748

This episode is now part of our archive. This programme is still available to schools to borrow or purchase from the Audio Visual Recording service at the SELB. Please quote the SELB programme code in your correspondence. See our ordering page for more information


Gathering ideas
Encourage the children to really look at the local countryside and identify the natural features; mountains, hills, rivers etc. Ask the children to think about how people have changed the landscape and how it changes through the seasons. Get the children to look, sketch, take photographs and collect stones, leaves and wild flowers and bring them back to the classroom.
 

The material which follows describes the drumlin landscape of North Down but the same techniques can be used to explore other landscapes through art.
Making Your Mural
Video clips of each activity
Slide Show
Stills of Children at Work on the Murals
Image of a set of paints
Image of pupils being taught to paint
Image of a painting of the countryside
Countryside
Lough
Forest
Competition - find out who won!



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