Weekend 3: Cartouche

Quiz

  1. What is the orange bit in the middle of the egg called?

  2. What is the collective name for trees that keep their leaves all year round?

  3. How many zeros are there in one thousand?

  4. Who wrote the Harry Potter books?

  5. Who is the prime minister of Britain?

  6. What is closer to earth, the moon or the sun?

  7. How many wives did Henry VII have?

  8. What is the name of the cowboy in toy story?

  9. What type of fish is nemo?

  10. What is the biggest ocean in the world?

  11. What animal is in the welsh flag?

  12. The Grand Canyon is found in which country?

  13. What’s the name of the river that flows through London?

  14. Name the smallest country in the world?

  15. What do you call a group of sheep?

  16. How many legs does a spider have?

  17. Is a koala a real bear?

  18. How many brains does an octopus have?

  19. A group of which species is known as a parliament?

  20. How many players are in a football team?

 

Scones

 

hieroglyphs

 

Or make a drawing of a scarab beetle.

If you don’t have an Activity pack you can still make some Ancient Papyrus Paper at home.

Draw a cartouche

        

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To make paper look old

  1. Find piece of paper and scrunch it up tight.

  2. Then smooth it out- it should have lots of creases in it.

  3. Put 2 teabags in a bowl of warm water and let them soak until the water is a dark brown colour (you can use coffee granules)

  4. Dip the paper in the tea. Carefully lay the paper out to dry.

  5. When its completely dry you can make your drawing.

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Photo your work and send it to Taranom on Whatsapp 07341344520

YOYO

There are yoyos in this week’s activity pack at the ARTBLOCK., Acton Park, East Acton Lane, Acton W3 7LJ  You can collect an activity pack on Friday from 2 – 6pm

There are lots of videos that will show you how to yoyo.

We liked this one

 

Lemon drizzle cake

 
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