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Live Learning Session #4: Your Rainforest Animal Art!

Live Learning Session #4: Your Rainforest Animal Art!

Hi everybody! Thank you so much again for joining me for 'Rainforest Art' (Friday 27th March 2020). I had so much fun drawing rainforest animals with you! Here's the video, in case you missed it:


 

 

If you're new to our live home learning sessions on YouTube, you can find all of the previous sessions here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ-5TUe4JYVqEuMMPvXFrTQ/videos?view=2&sort=dd&live_view=503&shelf_id=2

 

If you're interested in joining our little team of primary teachers for some upcoming sessions, please enrol here for more information and free home learning resources: https://discover.planbee.com/home-learning-enrolment

 

Here's some of the fantastic artwork YOU all produced! Thank you,

Mr Ryan and the team

 


 

Allana

 

Aahna and Dhruv

 

Arthur

 

Lily and Henry working hard!

 

Salih's lovely frog!

Imaan

Max wrote rainforest words, too:

 

Alice

 

Rian

 

Faraj

 

Demi

 

Amaan drew loads of rainforest animals, and named them:

 

Mahlia

 

Yusuv

 

Maryam

 

Younes

 

Blayne

 

Kia

Aoife

 

Amellie

 

Sahaj

 

Muhammad

 

Rocco

 

Cole

 

Isabella

 

Aasiyah

 

Clara was finding rainforest words!

 

Jessica

 

Orla-Mae

 

Rubén

 

Isobel

 

Gurjeevan

 

Stanley

 

Connie

 


Oli Ryan

I'm a former UK primary school teacher, now writing for planbee.com about issues affecting teachers, schools and pupils.

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