As life continues to happen online I've been thinking about what I can offer. I hosted a few online sessions during the first lockdown and since then my teaching job has mostly continued on zoom. I'm therefore offering a few dates for online sessions with details below.
Friday 5th March, 10-11am
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Duck's Lucky Day and Duck Gets Stuck read by author illustrator Helena Vaughan. Also includes other book based activities.
A duck on a river is where we begin, swimming along and not fitting in. With nowhere to go but go with the flow, so he gave it some thought and went for a walk.
Where will he go? Who will he meet? Will this be Duck's lucky day? All duck wants is a family and a place to call home. Follow Duck's journey and meet the characters that he finds along the way. Also introducing new characters from the 2nd book, Duck Gets Stuck, released in 2020.
Other book based activities will include drawing characters and other stories.
Sunday 7th March, 10-11am
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Sunday 14th March, 10-11am
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Sunday 21st March, 10-11am
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Create your own digital artwork using Photopea, a free online editor.
Learn how to use free internet software to edit images and create digital art. You’ll learn helpful tips and techniques from a qualified art teacher.
For this workshop you’ll need access to a computer with a good internet connection.
No specialist equipment needed
Suitable for beginners
Suitable for age 10+
This is a series of 3 workshops designed to guide you through the basics, then develop understanding and skills to enable you to confidently create your own digital artwork.
Week 1- 7th March- Introducing the main tools - text, shapes, brushes & more
Week 2- 14th March- exploring layers and filters- blending, colouring & effects
Week 3- 21st March- combining & developing skills- exploring advanced functions
I look forward to sharing stories and skills, not only to bring a bit of joy but also to see what might from these sessions in the future. Take care all!