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My name is Wendy Hobbs and I am an artist who has spent several years working as an HLTA. I was responsible for the art provision across the whole school, covering the full primary range, working closely with teachers to provide PPA cover to blend with their teaching. I am currently home educating my Yr6 child and many of the worksheets have been developed as part of the work we are doing. Are there any that would enhance your school or home classroom experience?

My name is Wendy Hobbs and I am an artist who has spent several years working as an HLTA. I was responsible for the art provision across the whole school, covering the full primary range, working closely with teachers to provide PPA cover to blend with their teaching. I am currently home educating my Yr6 child and many of the worksheets have been developed as part of the work we are doing. Are there any that would enhance your school or home classroom experience?
Plants from Seeds and Bulbs - Worksheets
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Plants from Seeds and Bulbs - Worksheets

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This resource contains line drawn representations of plants which grow from seeds (generic bean plant) and bulbs (Daffodil), accompanied by and appropriate word list. Contained in 5 separate PDF documents, you will find: Plants that grow from bulbs - Line drawing of a Daffodil bulb in flower, to be annotated and a sheet containing a word list for reference or to cut out and add to the worksheet. Plants that grow from seeds - Line drawing of a bean plant, with flowers and pods, to be annotated and a sheet containing a word list. Plants that grow from seeds/bulbs - Both of the above drawings are combined on a single sheet for labeling and comparison. Word lists as above. and 5. Definitions of the terms in the word lists for teacher use. These easy to print, but accurately detailed drawings, can also be coloured in by students. All images are the property of TheArtTA
Animal Classification Colouring/ Activity Sheets
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Animal Classification Colouring/ Activity Sheets

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This download includes 6 detailed and realistic colouring sheets, drawn by TheArtTA, 1 for each of the areas of animal classification used in primary science, birds, mammals, amphibians, invertebrates, reptiles and fish.There is also a teachers sheet listing the animals featured and possible uses for these sheets within a lesson. For example the range of animals can be a discussion starter, ( Why is a Dolphin on the mammals sheet?), or the pictures can be enlarged to make posters to decorate the classroom and pupils can research the animals featured. More than just a colouring sheet and great for engaging pupils in this topic. Please note the preview images are of a poorer quality than the downloads, which also do not feature a watermark.
Rainforest Animals Colouring Sheet
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Rainforest Animals Colouring Sheet

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This colouring sheet makes an ideal title page when studying the Amazon or an early finishers activity. Features drawings used in the Rainforest layers worksheet. All images are the property of TheArtTA
Rainforest Layers Worksheet (Amazon)
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Rainforest Layers Worksheet (Amazon)

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Amazon Rainforest Habitat/Biome worksheet. This resource features a base sheet with a line drawn illustration showing the different layers within the Amazon rainforest habitat/biome. This can be built on, using the additional sheets provided, by naming layers, sorting their characteristics and adding the appropriate Amazonian animals to each layer. It provides a flexible worksheet that could be used over several sessions as needed. It can also be used within different curriculum areas such as, habitats and biomes, environmental adaptations and evolution, and South America. Various sizes and formats are provided to provide extra choice for group or individual use, personal preference or print budget :) The illustrations can also be coloured in by students. This resource includes: The base worksheet, featuring an illustration of the layers within a cross section of the Amazon rainforest. The division of the four layers is marked on the worksheet. The worksheet is provided in three formats, A3, A4 and A3 with the A4 illustration to one side of the sheet. Sheet showing the names of the rainforest layers and their characteristics, to cut out and stick to the base layer. There are four layers featured, Emergent, Canopy, Understorey and Forest Floor. There are also 19 individual definitions that can be sorted and attached to the correct forest layer. These definitions refer to the plant, animal and climate characteristics of each layer. This sheet is in A3 and A4 sizes. Sheet of line drawn illustrations of rainforest animals. These are specifically animals which would be found in the Amazonian rainforest. The animals can be cut out, sorted and attached to the appropriate layers of the worksheet. All animals are named, from a variety of classification areas, and aim to highlight some of the adaptations which enable them to live in a particular layer of the forest. 24 animals in total. A3 and A4 sheets. Information/answer sheet for teachers. This also provides additional information about the animals, which could be used in classroom discussions when placing animals and discussing their adaptations. All images are the property of TheArtTA.
Roman Picture/Colouring Resource Pack
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Roman Picture/Colouring Resource Pack

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This resource pack contains contains 7 topic based line drawings for use within a Romans study unit. The pictures are hand drawn to fit the elements that might be covered when studying the Romans. Their use can be varied from straight colouring sheets to work borders or diagrams to annotate, depending on your lesson needs, meaning the pack will be of use throughout your Romans study. Pack includes: Romans - colouring sheet featuring many different elements of Roman life. Ideal as a title page for topic books and full of interest. Mosaic border - use as a border for written work or colour and then add your own mosaic design in the centre panel. Mosaic fish - detailed and mindful colouring sheet for individual colouring, or enlarge and complete as a collaborative activity. Roman Legionary - colour in for use in displays, or annotate with names of uniform items etc. Pottery - collection of different types of Roman pottery, all named. Second sheet features lined areas for writing about uses etc. Roman villa/Celtic roundhouse - use to contrast the two building styles. Second sheet features lined areas for writing.
Biome/Habitat Worksheets
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Biome/Habitat Worksheets

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A set of 5 printable worksheets featuring Polar, Tropical, Temperate, Desert and Ocean biomes/ habitats, which students can fill in to describe their key features, as part of a study on habitat and environment. Each sheet has separate spaces to record descriptions of the non living features of a biome, its animal life, plant life and where in the world it is found, including a small globe to visually represent this. The sheets can be used individually for specific habitats or as a set to enable comparison of different habitats. The hand drawn header shows a selection of living and non living features for each biome. These can provide information for the student but also provide a fun element as they spot and name different animals. The pictures are designed to be coloured in and so can provide a handy activity for early finishers. These sheets provide an interesting way for students to record information within this topic and will hopefully provide a useful addition to your teaching.
Frog Life Cycle printable activity
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Frog Life Cycle printable activity

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These activity sheets feature a drawn frog life cycle wheel which can be coloured in and put together by students or used as a teaching aid. Also included are blank copies of the life cycle wheel activity which can be illustrated by students themselves, either for a frog or the life cycle of another creature. The activity is suitable for use within a science lesson or as a separate, topic related, art session.
Elements of Art - Pattern
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Elements of Art - Pattern

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This resource aims to present Pattern, as an element of art, to a primary school audience. It can be used as a stand alone lesson or part of a program of study. It consists of a powerpoint presentation, with teachers notes, which explains the types of pattern and their uses. There are opportunities for class discussion and participation within this, and many visual examples. After viewing the presentation there is a fun pattern based worksheet to complete, using the knowledge they have acquired to create varied patterns.This can be added to art books for future student reference and evidence of study for this element of the curriculum. I have used this resource successfully with classes from yr1 to yr6. All images in this resource are the property of TheARTTA
Space rocket colouring sheet
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Space rocket colouring sheet

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A hand drawn colouring sheet featuring a cartoon style rocket, astronaut and views of earth and moon. This is suitable for colouring or as a writing prompt as required.
Ocean Page Borders - world oceans day, turtles, jellyfish, plastic bag
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Ocean Page Borders - world oceans day, turtles, jellyfish, plastic bag

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A set of 8 printable page borders for use with activities during world oceans day or studying oceans as a topic. These borders are created using hand drawn images of turtles, jelyfish and plastic bags. Choice of borders to also support use with ocean pollution topics The set consists of 2 designs: Turtles and jellyfish Turtles, jellyfish and plastic bags Each of which is presented in 4 different ways, to suit use in a variety of activities: Black and white line drawing, blank centre area Black and white line drawing, lined centre area Coloured image, watercolour effect, blank centre area Coloured image, watercolour effect, lined centre area These sheets would be ideal for written work produced within an oceans topic area, e.g. poems, that are to be displayed. Why not use unlined sheets as a starter for children’s own interpretations in the central space? The borders featuring line drawings can be coloured in by the pupils if desired.
Elements of Art - Shape and Form
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Elements of Art - Shape and Form

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This resource aims to present Shape and Form, as an element of art, to a primary school audience. It can be used as a stand alone lesson or part of a program of study. It consists of a powerpoint presentation, with teachers notes, which explains the concept of space and form, and shows students how they can use art elements and techniques to achieve 3D effects in their artwork. There are opportunities for class discussion and participation within this, and many visual examples. After viewing the presentation there is a fun form based worksheet to complete. Students can use their knowledge of creating form practically, to add 3D effects to the worksheet. This can be added to art, or sketch books, for future student reference and evidence of study for this element of the curriculum. All images in this resource are the property of TheARTTA
Earth cross section/plate boundary model
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Earth cross section/plate boundary model

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This resource features a model/worksheet showing the Earth in cross section, overlaid with examples of plate boundaries. The activity aims to provide a visual example to help students understand the zones within the Earth and to be able to place tectonic processes in relation to these. The model involves an A4 base sheet to which sections are attached using a split pin to show the types of plate boundary that can be found. 2 versions, and a set of instructions are included. Blank version (including instructions). This features only the drawings for the model leaving the freedom for students to complete the labelling and add further information in line with your own lesson content, e.g. thickness or composition of zones within the Earth. Labelled version. This can be used as an activity in it’s own right where students are not required to record information, or as an example of possible labelling. I have intended it to be a resource that is not prescriptive in its content and can be adapted to allow students to record their knowledge and understanding of the subject as they have been taught it. Various pieces of the model can be selected for use to fit in with the teaching content and objectives of the lesson, or added on over subsequent lessons as the subject knowledge is developed. All artwork is the property of TheArtTA
Anatomy of a Flower Worksheet
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Anatomy of a Flower Worksheet

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This resource provides a clear, line drawn diagram, of the structure of a flower for students to label and annotate. There is also a sheet featuring key words and their definitions, for students to cut out, sort and add to the worksheet or use for reference. In addition, a teachers answer sheet shows the correct matching of terms and definitions. The resource can be adapted to class needs by choosing the appropriate terms and definitions. All images are the property of TheArtTA
World Ocean Day resource pack
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World Ocean Day resource pack

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This World Oceans Day resource pack is ideal for home learning for any ocean based topic. The pack consists of practical art and craft activities along with a variety of themed page borders for topical writing exercises. Contains: Ocean box theatre. step by step photo instructions with a page of sea creature printables. Junk modelling sea creatures ideas and instructions. photo instructions and examples to make a variety of sea creatures using plastic milk bottles, no glue needed for most models. 3D paper turtle craft. photocopiable sheet to colour, cut out and assemble a turtle. Turtle and jellyfish/plastic bag writing borders Shark writing border World ocean day colouring sheet(also available as free download) Fish colouring sheet (from animal classification pack) Turtle colouring page How to draw a whale.
3D sheep art activity Spring
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3D sheep art activity Spring

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This activity, to make a standing sheep, was originally devised for a Reception class as part of a Spring based learning theme, but can be adapted to suit a wider age and ability range. Some ideas for this are contained within the resource. The resource contains instructions and a materials list for the activity and a photocopy template to construct the 3D standing sheep. The activity involves gluing, folding, drawing and construction skills. Scissor skills could also be used. It also involves visualizing how a 2D shape can become a 3D form.
Roman archaeologist jigsaw activity
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Roman archaeologist jigsaw activity

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Can you help the archaeologist put back together the pieces of Roman pot they have dug up? This Roman themed activity is suitable for early years and primary children. It provides a creative activity that practices scissor and fine motor skills whilst still linking to an area of curriculum based history. Two different options are given in the instructions for using the activity, which can be adapted to suit your class needs. The activity includes: Teachers instructions A4 activity printout for class use Additional A4 printout of pieces needed for activity
Christmas colouring activity pack, cards and posters
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Christmas colouring activity pack, cards and posters

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This resource features 4 fun and friendly Christmas colouring designs presented in 2 formats. Pictures featured: Snowman, Santa, Christmas tree, Reindeer. All designs are provided as both A4 colouring pictures/posters and a colour in greetings card. The greetings card can be printed on A4 paper and folded into quarters to make a card featuring a colouring picture on the front, Happy Christmas greeting inside and a ‘made by’ box on the back with a space for the child’s name. Ideal activity for the Christmas period that also allows the child to make something useful they can give to someone else.
Christmas - 'Post a Hug' - Art Activity
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Christmas - 'Post a Hug' - Art Activity

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Christmas ‘Post a Hug’. A seasonal, fun art activity, designed to incorporate elements of the primary art curriculum, that is suitable for the multicultural classroom. Let your students send a virtual hug to those they cannot see or who may be on their own this Christmas with this adaptable seasonal craft. This art and design activity allows children to design and make a stand up greeting card with open hugging arms. It offers teachers a way to include curriculum elements, to offer a clear educational value to these seasonal tasks. The number of elements used can be adapted to what is appropriate for the class concerned, offering a very flexible resource in terms of content and age range. The activity requires minimal resources, white A4 card for photocopying, pencils, fine liners/biros, coloured pencils, scissors, envelopes. Post a Hug resource pack includes: Printable template for Post a Hug card Printable template for additional writing to fit card, blank and lined. Pattern Powerpoint presentation Colour Powerpoint presentation Photo step by step instructions, printable Teachers notes offering guidance to curriculum use, materials needed and possible session ordering. Curriculum needs that can be met using this resource pack: Elements of art - Using repeating man made patterns to create designs. Studying and using colour combinations/theory to enhance their design. Learning to meet a design criteria. Knowledge of makers/craft skills and transferring this to their own work Self portrait skills Accurate folding and cutting skills. Cross curricular elements could also be added by tying to English, informal letter writing, and community involvement. All images are the property of TheArtTA