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Lettering lesson

Lettering lesson

PowerPoint and worksheet for a lesson designing lettering, each students creates one brick, to then become part of a large wall.
graphicsgeek
Colour theory for fashion - Part 3

Colour theory for fashion - Part 3

_ Colour psychology _ Seasonal colours _ Terminology _ Pattern / Print / Embellishment _ Research colours that evoke history / decades _ Know how to use industry expertise to predict colour trends _ Create a colour mood collage _ Split into 3 activities to build towards own colour palette creation
Fashionlecturer
Colour theory for fashion - Part 2

Colour theory for fashion - Part 2

_ Colour psychology _ Seasonal colours _ Terminology _ Pattern / Print / Embellishment _ Research colours that evoke history / decades _ Know how to use industry expertise to predict colour trends _ Create a colour mood collage _ Split into 3 activities to build towards own colour palette creation
Fashionlecturer
Colour theory for fashion - Part 1

Colour theory for fashion - Part 1

_ Colour psychology _ Seasonal colours _ Terminology _ Pattern / Print / Embellishment _ Research colours that evoke history / decades _ Know how to use industry expertise to predict colour trends _ Create a colour mood collage _ Split into 3 activities to build towards own colour palette creation
Fashionlecturer
Squashed Tomato Challenge - Welsh

Squashed Tomato Challenge - Welsh

A STEM Challenge where pupils design and build a model to move tomatoes down a mountain A fun hands on investigation suitable for pupils aged 7-19, written in Welsh. Challenge your students to take on a real -world problem affecting people in Nepal. The problem: In Nepal many farmers living on the mountainside grow fruit and vegetables, including tomatoes. To earn a living they need to sell these at the local market. The problem is getting to market involves a long, dangerous walk down the mountain side and over a river, at the end of which the tomatoes may well be a bit squashed. The challenge: To design, build and test a way of moving tomatoes that won't squash them! The activity is accredited by the British Science Association as suitable to count towards a CREST SuperStar Discovery, Bronze or Silver Award . For more information about the scheme please visit their website The challenge can provide a focus for British Science Week ; be used as a STEM or science club activity; enhance a lesson on forces/friction/levers; form the basis of an enrichment day; provide an activity for SEAL and PLTS and be the starting point for a range of cross-curricular activities.
PracticalAction
Design Your Own Flextangle

Design Your Own Flextangle

Design Your Own Flextangle: Use the design template to create your own paper kaleidoscope toy with 4 different designs. Includes full instructions and link to video support tutorial. A great mindfulness activity. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk
helenrachelcrossley