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Live Learning Session #7: Manga Art

Live Learning Session #7: Manga Art

Hi everybody - thank you for taking part in our Art session all about Japanese anime/manga art. In case you missed it, here's the video:

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 are some of your wonderful Manga sketches:


 

Alice, 10, and Arthur, 7:

 

Amellie, 10:

 

Holly, 10, and Leah, 8:

 

Inaaya:

 

Jessica (and Mummy!):

 

 

Kiyan:

 

Maryam:

 

Max and Melie:

 

Pratham:

 

Reeyan:

 

Rubén:

 

Sophia, 6:

 

Sophie, 9:

 


 

Thank you everyone for sending in your works in progress, and finished pictures, too!

 


Abby Harper

Hey! I joined PlanBee as a resource creator in 2017 after teaching in a primary school for five years. I’m interested in creative and engaging ways to teach writing, reading and grammar and enjoy planning creative lessons especially Art and English lessons.

Twitter: @planbeeabby

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