Hello everyone – it’s Mr Rist here! I am going to giving you the creative tasks for the next few weeks. This week, we are going on a leaf hunt (no, not a bear hunt) and making some leaf art in the style of Andy Goldsworthy.
To stop yourself from going stir crazy( or your parents), I need you to go for a socially distanced walk to the nearest green space/park. Follow these steps to complete the task:
Try to pick leaves off the ground if you can, not off the trees
With my own children, I did a follow up activity, where they had to match up the leaf pictures to their names.
How to Use the leaf cards:
This is a really good game. My kids loved it!
When you go to the park next time, can you remember the names of the trees!
Below, I have included a leaf hunt sheet, leaf cards for the game and some leaf vocabulary that will come in handy when you do your drawing.
For our second task, we are off to the park again to collect lots of leaves.
Andy Goldsworthy is a famous artist who makes his art from natural things like leaves and twigs.
Look at the pictures below to see some of his Art. I know it might be harder to find the more colourful leaves at this time of the year, but you could still make something amazing. You can be really creative and make whatever shape/pattern you want. It might be a spiral/leaf/oval/arrow shape? You could do a repeating pattern where you change the size and colour. I can’t wait to see your pictures.
I have also included a video to give you some ideas. Please show me some of your learning by clicking on the form below