Class 4 love art! They have been having great fun investigating materials in their art lessons and have been making metal sculptures using everyday objects including cheese graters, cutlery, tin cans, mixing bowls and anything else they can get their hands on! Check out their fantastic owl creations!
I love the metal feather bits on your owl Lily. Can I help? – Alfie
Evie and Sienna are really happy with the way their owls are turning out. They are using jam jar lids for the eyes and sticking on squashed foil cases and beads. They’re looking great.
I like my owl. I want to take it home and show my mum. – Tyler
Ada and Flora help each other choose the best buttons and beads to stick on to the wings.
I love my owl. I brought in my sieve and my whisk from home and Mrs Anthoney helped me stick all the bits together. – Zak
I am really happy and so proud of the children. They put in a lot of hard work and were very creative. I think their owls look fantastic! – Miss Ryan
- Owls live in barns, trees, old buildings and tunnels.
- Owls eat mice, rats, birds, raccoons, skunks, snakes, squirrels and other small mammals.
- Owls can’t digest bones, fur or feathers so they spit it out.
- Owls have sharp beaks that they use to shred their food.
- Owls grab their ‘prey’ with their sharp claws.
- Owls don’t make any sound when they fly.
- Owls camouflage themselves in the trees.