On Friday Rooms 2 and 2a went into the Tech Room to begin their first lesson in Crayon and Dye sketching.
First we looked at a lot of pictures of the Pentecost. We looked especially at the flames which represented the Holy Spirit.
We read the story from the Bible too:
Acts 2:1-10 ERV
The Coming of the Holy Spirit
2 When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place. 2 Suddenly a noise came from heaven. It sounded like a strong wind blowing. This noise filled the whole house where they were sitting. 3 They saw something that looked like flames of fire. The flames were separated and stood over each person there. 4 They were all filled with the Holy Spirit, and they began to speak different languages. The Holy Spirit was giving them the power to do this.
5 There were some godly Jews in Jerusalem at this time. They were from every country in the world. 6 A large crowd came together because they heard the noise. They were surprised because, as the apostles were speaking, everyone heard in their own language.
7 They were all amazed at this. They did not understand how the apostles could do this. They said, “Look! These men we hear speaking are all from Galilee. 8 But we hear them in our own languages. How is this possible? We are from all these different places: 9 Parthia, Media, Elam, Mesopotamia, Judea, Cappadocia, Pontus, Asia, 10 Phrygia, Pamphylia, Egypt, the areas of Libya near the city of Cyrene, Rome,
RE Colouring Page – ‘Pentecost’
Mrs O’Grady’s Pentecost Poster
The Children’s Bible
A Beginners Bible
The Pentecost Song
We tsalked about the shape of the flames and where we saw them in the pictures.
Next we looked at the equipment we needed, our paper flame outline, our sketching pencils adn also the scissors to cut out the shape when we were finished
Our Pentecost Flame
We then talked about the different ways we can use our sketching pencils. We noticed that they were bigger than normal pencils adn that the lead was softer. If we pressed hard with the sketching pencil we could make very dark marks.So everyone thought about the sort of mark we could make to decorate our flame with. We tried stripes and other lines, cross-hatching, spots of different sizes, zig-zags and spirals or koru!
Dots adn spots
Filling each space
Experimenting with shapes
Watching Mrs de Koning
After we had completely covered our flame shapes with different patterns we showed each other our work. We talked about the parts we liked the best. We told our friends which patterns they had done well.
We like artWe like art
We like art
We try hard
We hold our pencils firmly
We work steadily
We work quietly
We use our scissor skills
We put the right fingers into the scissoe handles
We looked carefully at the lines
We concentrated hard
We opened and shut the scissors
We were working safely
We turned our paper carefully
We put the rubbish into the bin
We enjoyed using the scissors
I oike using scissors
We all worked hard
We like going into the Tech Room
We talked about safe scissor use. If you pass a pair of scissors to someone you should hold the blades adn pass the person the handles. Then you won’t hurt someone with the sharp point of the scissors.
Mrs de Koning took our flames home and dyed them for us so that we could hang them on the wall. Come intot he class and see our lovley work.