Activity 1 - Create a postcard inspired by England
Talk about some of the characteristics you have learnt about England
If you had to make a postcard for the Jolly Postman to send from England, what would you put on it?
- You could include the English flag
- You could do a portrait of the Queen.
- You could choose a London Landmark
- You could draw a famous British food such as a full English.
Lesson 1 - Create a postcard inspired by Wales
What are we learning to do?
- Use technology purposefully to create and manipulate a digital piece of artwork.
- Recognise how technology is used beyond school (Photography helps us to remember places and find out how they have changed over time. Painting programs can be used to illustrate books quickly and easily and try out different ideas without starting from scratch.)
Activity 1 - Experiment with the tools and create a postcard inspired by Wales
Talk about some of the characteristics you have learnt about Wales.
If you had to make a postcard for the Jolly Postman to send from Wales, what would you put on it?
- Wales has mountains, rivers, lakes and castles.
- You could include the flag (the red dragon) or some of the Welsh symbols such as daffodils or leeks
- You could include some traditional Welsh foods.
- You could draw something to represent a famous Welsh sport - rugby.
- You could draw some of the famous landmarks you have been learning about.
- Some famous Welsh people are Roald Dahl, Dylan Thomas and George Everest. You may have read some of the Roald Dahl books or you may have seen some of the films. You could draw some of the characters from his stories on your postcard.