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You will  need:    a  hairdryer      

Using a  hair  dryer  on  cold  se0ng,  animate  /  move  light   weight  shapes  (made  of  :nfoil,  :ssue  paper  or  kitchen    roll  across  the  floor  and  table  in  a  ‘catch’em  quick  game!  

Tinfoil /   kitchen   paper  

scissors

Add extra  excitement  with  the  light  from  your  phone  to   spotlight  different  shapes!     Moving foil fish   across the rug using a hairdryer! Catch them!


PAPER TUBE ENGINEERING

you will need: 1. newspaper or any paper will do 2. scissors 3. a pencil 4. a glue stick or sellotape 5. a ruler

cut out a piece of newspaper 20cm long and 13cm wide.

make connectors to join your tubes together.

roll the paper tightly around the pencil.

to do this cut out a 6cm square piece of paper.

fix the loose edge with glue or sellotape.

roll the paper up really tightly, with no gap in the middle.

repeat process, you will need 12 paper tubes to make a cube.

bend it in half.

make more if you want to build bigger.

make a lot of connectors.

what shapes can you build? can you build a tower or a bridge? or something else?


You will  need:   An  image  (this  could   be  a  photo,  book,   newspaper  etc.  

2`2`

Everyday objects  to   make  sound   with….what  is  around   you!  eg.:  

Looking at  your  favourite  image,  cartoon,   pain4ng,  magazine  ar4cle,  use  some  objects   around  you  to  make  a  sound  effect  for  the   scene!     Your  voice  for  a  car  engine,  some  rice  for   footsteps  on  gravel,  cutlery  for  chains?  See   how  imagina4ve  you  can  be  to  make  your   own  ‘foley’  sound  for  your  image,  just  like                                    the  movies!    


You will  need:  a   stone  or  log             Acrylic  paint             PVA  Glue     Paintbrush  

Using a  stone  or  wood  found  at  your  home,   paint  them  into  an  amazing  door  stop  or   book  end!   These  are  by  the   ar:st  Nicolas  Party   for  inspira:on  –   they  are  stones,   not  fruit!     What  can  you   create?  

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