Printing in Hazel class

In Hazel class, we have been learning about printing in art this term. We have learned about the work of William Morris and have been inspired to try our own methods of printing.

This week the children had the opportunity to explore many different methods of printing. The children were particularly interested in rolling, stamping and rubbing.

Inside the classroom, children used foam to create their own stamps. They then added paint with rollers and stamped the design onto paper.

Outside, the children used plastic animals to create foot prints with paint.


They also used cars to roll a design onto paper.





Finally, the pupils of hazel class used crayons and paper to create rubbings. There were many different textures to explore. We had rubbings of bark, logs, rocks, wooden planks, leaves and many more.