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Rock Wall Climber
Idea submitted by Jill McDougall of Hackham West Primary School, Adelaide. Australia.

Jill writes: "Using an A3 sheet, loosely draw 5-6 pencil lines at intervals down the page and again across the page. (Roughly a net effect.) Darken the lines with black crayon. Paint the left hand side in a hot colour (eg red) and the other half in a cool colour (eg blue) without touching the crayon lines at any point. (Each little section is painted separately.) This gives the effect of a wall. Then use black cardboard A4 sheets to trace around both hands (work with a partner). The hands are cut out and the fingers bent at the knuckles and then glued onto the 'rock wall" in a 3D effect. That is, just glue down the finger tips and the palm near the wrist. The effect is visually stunning, especially as a display. Used successfully with 8-10year olds."



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