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UH-UH! A FOREST! A BIG DARK FOREST.
We took digital video and stills cameras to film the forest in the school plantation. We saw…
Branches that were long, straight and tall
Leaves that were sharp and spiky
Leaves that were floppy and soft
Some trees were brown and did not have any leaves at all
Some trees poked up into the sky
Some places in the forest were crissy crossy … like a spiders web!
Some places were sparkling bright
Some branches were twisted
Winslow Homer We looked carefully at a picture of a forest – On The Trail by Winslow Homer. We looked especially at the trees, then…
…we made a leafy forest collage
Next we used chalks and charcoal…
…to make stumble trip forest pictures
Paulo Uccello also painted a picture of a forest… Hunt by Paulo Uccello
We looked carefully at the tree then…
..we worked together to make a dark forest collage
The Tree House MagnificentMarvelousBeautiful Peered Height.
WE’RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT!
When we got back to Nursery we displayed our work in the hall. What a lots of picture we had made ! LONG WAVY GRASS.
Colour is everywhere you look, Outside, inside, in your book. Open your eyes and you will see, A rainbow world waiting For you and me. Blue for sky.
By: Tyler Spiders My feature spider is the Jumping Spider.
This is a High Dynamic Range photo. Three photos melded together so that you get the most detail from each separate exposure. Ordinarily the trees facing.
By Vassilis Loukas … Once upon a time there were some animals gathered together in the forest to find solutions on how to protect the environment.
The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark
“I don’t want to be a night bird,” Plop told his mummy. “Dark is nasty.” “You don’t know that,” she said. “You’d better find out about the dark before.
A Haiku is a three lined poem, they originated from Japan. So short, BUT they contain just the juicy language you need to paint a picture in your head.
I am an insect. I have wings. My wings are full of bright colours
sight smell touch hearing taste What can you see? What can you hear? What can you smell? What can you touch? What can you taste?
Before we entered, we took some pictures of the surrounding and the sky- line of Dallas in the distance.
SHE’S SO NICE WHAT THEY ARE LIKE.
Landscape What is the name of the kind of trees in this picture?
Case Study: Losing the Rainforest, One Tree at a Time Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite images are used to study change in the Amazon rainforest.
Plant ID Week 4 Houseplants QUIZ
Monkeys By Megan Murphy. Food Monkeys eat nuts bugs gum flower and leaves. And when they are grown ups they drink water like people drink water and.
Forest are ecosystems in which many trees grow..
Year 10 Photography. Off centre rule, rule of three and lines, the textures and the colours adds the effect of.
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