Farsley Farfield Year 2

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Blind Painting.

Saturday 13th October | 4 comments

We have been thinking about our senses, and especially about sight. We looked at some amazing people who have achieved incredible things without their sight. We watched a short video about Christine Ha, who was a blind contestant in American Master Chef and also one about Jordan Mouton who is a blind Judo champion who was in the Paralympics.

We then watched a video about Esref Armagan, who is a blind Turkish artist. We were inspired by the way all these people worked to achieve their dreams. In pairs we created our paintings. One of us wore the blind fold and the other person helped them by guiding their hands, giving instructions and encouragement and by cleaning their fingers when they wanted to change paint colours. It really helped us to think about what it would be like to be blind, but also what we can achieve with help from our friends.

4 responses to “Blind Painting.”

  1. Lilianna says:

    WOW! it looks great!

  2. Class 3/4G says:

    We loved the pictures of the blind painting. The year 3’s remember doing this when they were in KS1. We particularly liked the music! I think we are going to be a class of bloggers too!

    Mr Garlick

  3. Madeleine Rawson says:

    Well done Year 2F – your blind painting is really good and you must have worked really hard to encourage each other 🙂 You are all artists in the making !!

  4. Mrs Fitzpatrick says:

    Hello Key Stage 1 🙂
    We have had a look at your blind paintings together this morning, and they are amazing. We chatted about what it might be like to have a try ourselves but we thought that maybe we needed to wait until we are a bit older like you.
    I love the challenge of this task and I am going to pass it on to our school staff as I think it would make a super team challenge.

    Mrs Fitzpatrick and F2 at Athersley South Primary School 🙂

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