Writing a character description ks1

Our first week at Art Club started by making fingerprints. Tendrils grew from her eyebrows and coarse white hairs sprouted on her lip and chin. Week 4- This week we decorated our masks.

Our first week at Art Club started by making fingerprints. Oscar Kershaw for excellent contribution to our science investigation and great use of scientific vocabulary when making careful observations.

Week 4- This week we decorated our masks. Characters reveal their inner lives—their preoccupations, values, lifestyles, likes and dislikes, fears and aspirations—by the objects that fill their hands, houses, offices, cars, suitcases, grocery carts, and dreams.

Week 3-This week we started working on our masks. Class 3 EM Erin Lopez for developing confidence during maths lessons and learning to have a go! Our first week at Art Club started by making fingerprints.

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Elliot Jamieson for working hard and showing great focus resulting in great mental arithmetic scores. Harry Smyth for making massive efforts to write with thought and care.

Strengthen physical descriptions by making details more specific.

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Week 9- For our final week we made Christmas cards using felt for the Christmas tree and pipe cleaner trunks but we were so busy that Miss Tuplin forgot to take photos! Then we painted tree trunks and added texture by adding leaves! Week 7-This week we painted pictures and then had a go at making mice out of clay.

First we had to plan what colours we were going to use for the main part of the mask. In some cases, actions, along with environmental clues, are even more important to character development than the words the characters speak. Week 6- After a few weeks off, we were back on top form using straws to blow paint to give some faces some hair!

Brilliant results, well done! This week we first had to decide what colours made brown, and then found that most colours work when we mix them! Techniques abound for describing a character indirectly, for instance, through the objects that fill her world. Week 5- This week we used coloured cellophane over the shape in a black piece of paper and layered them up to make new colours.

Week 6- After a few weeks off, we were back on top form using straws to blow paint to give some faces some hair! They are our words made flesh. We had to be careful how we attached the tails because we didn't them to drop off once they had dried!

Week 6- After a few weeks off, we were back on top form using straws to blow paint to give some faces some hair! We used some ideas for inspiration and then turned them into pictures.

Alexander Stokoe for always having an excellent attitude towards his work. We had to make a sensible choice about how much we would put on our masks and where.

Week 7-This week we painted pictures and then had a go at making mice out of clay.A character description that children can look at and correct. A fantastic resource featuring key adjectives and pictures of a number of characters, allowing your children to practice describing characters.

Art Club are so proud of their mixed media work combining colour washing, collage & photos to create a topic linked piece!

Please note: The information on this page was originally put together to support the old QCA schemes of work for art. Teachers may find some of the links to resources still useful but the units of work no longer apply and you should independently verify the accuracy. Jack and the Beanstalk Character Description Writing Frames (SB).

Printable writing frames for writing descriptions/profiles of characters from the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. A lesson on character description, the characters can be adapted as my class had studied Beauty & the Beast before and so were comfortable with them.

The plenary activity is a 'Guess Who&' type activity where the children describe their aliens and have to /5(20).

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