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Wednesday Challenge -Rainbow Elmer

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Wednesday challenge - Elmer

 

Let's brighten up our world with a rainbow Elmer. You could draw it, paint it, collage it, make a milk bottle Elmer. Email photographs of your entries to Mrs McKinney through your year group email address or tweet your picture @StAlbans_Sch

 

For the milk carton Elmer

You need:

  • Empty plastic milk bottle containers
  • scissors
  • PVA glue
  • paint brush
  • brightly coloured tissue paper, sweet wrappers etc.
  • googly eyes
  1. Cut around the bottom of the milk bottle handle and continue around the bottle to create Elmers legs and trunk and begin covering the surface with pva glue.
  2. Stick tissue paper squares all over the “elephant” until he is completely covered. You could use sweet wrappers, newspaper, magazines, music manuscript anything you like, you can create your elephant.
  3. Once you have covered your elephant give it a coat of PVA to keep the paper nice and smooth and make it a little waterproof. Then you can add goodly eyes and draw or stick on ears and a tail.

 

Stay safe and take care

Mrs McKinney 

Ideas for Elmer

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Wednesday Challenge - Tiger

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Weekly Wednesday Challenge!

 

Hello Children, 

 

I hope you are all safe and well and keeping your adults indoors!

 

We have had an extraordinary visitor in school...A TIGER!

 

Your challenge is to create a piece of writing about our visitor. 

  • A letter to the Tiger - Why is he here? Who is he looking for? Where is he from? Ask him your questions...Who knows he may write back?
  • A story about his adventures in Kings Heath

 

Take care, stay safe

Mrs McKinney

 

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