We learned about the famous American artist Jackson Pollock today. He was famous for his ‘drip style’ painting. He is known as an ‘abstract expressionist’ painter. That means that his paintings don’t look like real things but instead try to express an emotion.
We really liked his paintings. We used this website to learn about him and see some of paintings. http://www.tate.org.uk/kids/explore/who-is/who-jackson-pollock
It was very messy painting, but we had great fun!Click here to see more photographs.
This week’s prompt is to include these words in our stories;
…so, what lies ahead of…
You can read our stories on our class blog by clicking on the link: https://msbrennocksclass.100wc.net/
This is Sophie’s story
Once upon a time there were four kids who went on a trip to the jungle. There was a hunter there too, he was mean and wanted to kill the animals!
The children were on a mission to stop him. One night whilst the hunter was sleeping in the forest they tied him to a tree with a long rope.
When he woke he was shocked and surrounded by the animals he had been trying to kill.
He begged for forgiveness so the animals nibbled the ropes & set him free. The hunter was afraid, so what lies ahead of him. The children had won.
LÉIGH SA BHAILE – PARENTS AUDIO RESOURCES
It is now possible to access the Léigh sa Bhaile book at home.
Step 1: Go to cjfallon.ie
Step 2: Select student and parent resources as shown on the picture above.
Step 3: Select Student Resources as shown above:
Step 4 : Select the choices as shown: (Level =primary, class=3rd class, subject=Gaeilge, Series=Léigh sa Bhaile, Title = Léigh sa Bhaile, Resource = Audio).
Step 5: Select the appropriate track number. We are currently on track number 4 (Thursday 7th)