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Art and Design – Year 2


Download our Year 2 Art and Design curriculum here.

Developing, planning and communicating ideas

Working with tools, equipment, materials and components to make quality products

Evaluating processes and products

I can draw what I can see.
I can use tone, texture and colour to communicate.
I can select and use an appropriate sized paint brush.
I can use some printing techniques.
I know and can explain which tools I will use.
I can use a sketch book to begin to sort my ideas.
I can describe how something works.
I can talk about my own work and things that other people have done.
I can offer ideas to improve my work.
I am beginning to work collaboratively.
I can give reasons for materials selected.

Breadth of study

Drawing & painting

Printing & sketch books

3D/Collage & textiles

I can use different grades of pencil in my drawings.
I can use charcoal and pastels.
I am able to create different tones using light and dark.
I can use drawings to show patterns and texture.Painting
I can use mix paint to create all the secondary colours and match colours.
I am able to make tints by adding white and black.
I can predict the outcome.
I can create a print using pressing, rolling, rubbing and stamping.
Sketch books
I can set out ideas, keeping simple notes in my sketch books.
I am able to add line and shape to my work.
I can join fabric using glue.
I can sew fabrics together.Collage
I am able to create individual and group collages.
I can use different kinds of materials in my collage.

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