KS1 National Curriculum attainment targets To use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share their ideas, experiences and imagination Use a range of materials creatively to design and make products Describing the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines, and making links to their own work to develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space Relevant links in red
EYFS and KS1 Art & Design Progression NC Attainment targets NSEAD Progress targets and assessment criteria EYFSYear 1Year 2 To use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share their ideas, experiences and imagination Generating Ideas 1. Work purposefully responding to colours, shapes, materials etc. 2. Create simple representations of people and other things. Generating Ideas 1. Recognise that their own ideas can be expressed in art work. 2. Experiment with an open mind (for instance, they enthusiastically try out and use all concentration. Generating Ideas 1. Try out different activities and make sensible choices about what to do next. 2. Use drawing to record ideas and experiences. Use a range of materials creatively to design and make products Making 3. Work spontaneously and enjoy the act of making/creating. 4. Sustain concentration and control when experimenting with tools and materials. Making 3. Try out a range of materials and processes and recognise that they have different qualities. 4. Use materials purposefully to achieve particular characteristics or qualities. Making 3. Deliberately choose to use particular techniques for a given purpose. 4. Develop and exercise some care and control over the range of materials they use. Describing the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines, and making links to their own work Evaluating 5. Recognise and describe key features of their own and others’ work. Evaluating 5. Show interest in and describe what they think about the work of others. Evaluating 5. When looking at creative work express clear preferences and give some reasons for these (for instance, be able to say “I like that because…”) About the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers, describing the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines Knowledge 6. That art, (design and craft) is made by artists exhibiting care and skill and is valued for its qualities. 7. How to explain what they are doing. Knowledge 6. How to recognise and describe some simple characteristics of different kinds of art, craft and design. 7. The names of the tools, techniques and the formal elements (colours, shapes, tones etc.) that they use. Knowledge 6. That different forms of creative works are made by artists, craftspeople and designers, from all cultures and times. 7. Be able to talk about the materials, techniques and processes they have used, using an appropriate vocabulary.
Learning Objectives Develop drawing skills. Improve writing skills. To use imagination when drawing.
Materials you’ll need Drawing paper or sketchbooks Pencils
Information for teachers Differentiation: Extend the tasks with questions such as “What other letters might you use to add detail?” Allow sharing of ideas and pupil’s discoveries to help those struggling, e.g. “Look at how John has made the scales.” G&T: Create whole scenes using letters that have background and multiple characters. SEN: Use tracing paper over the practice sheet so that they can move and rotate it to the correct position. Place the finished picture next to them.
Drawing tips Do not press too hard with your pencil Use short, light, sketching movements with your hand Keep your pencil sharp ‘Ghost’ draw the shapes with your finger on the paper first
You can draw pictures with letters W V O U D Can you write these capital letters? Practice first!
Draw the letter D back to front D Now, on a clean page
Draw the letter U on its side to connect with the letter D D U
Now draw the letter M or W on its side to connect with the letter U D U W
D U W O V V O O O O O O Can you draw more animals using letters? Which letter would make fish scales? Look at a picture of a fish to help you. Which letter would make a mouth? Can you change the letters or the shape of the letters to make the fish look better?