ANZAC or Remembrance Day Pool Noodle Poppy Art
Stuck for ideas on how to commemorate this year’s ANZAC Day or Remembrance Day? Why not try this simple art idea in your classroom. It takes very little time to set up and looks extremely effective when displayed in your classroom.
What you will need:
- Pool Noodle (cut into smaller pieces about 10cm thick)
- Acrylic/Washable Paints (red, green, black)
- Lest We Forget Template
- Small green leaves
- A3 cartridge paper (this paper is thicker than normal A3 paper – if you don’t have any on hand, normal A3 paper will be fine, just be careful about how much paint is used so that the paper doesn’t become too soggy)
How to create:
- Dip the pool noodle into the red paint. Dab onto the A3 paper. Covering the paper with as many ‘poppies’ as you would like.
- Dip the leaf into the green paint and stencil on the outside of the pool noodle ‘poppies’. Stencil as many leaves as you feel is needed.
- Using your thumb or other finger, dip it into the black paint. Press the painted finger into the middle of the pool noodle ‘poppies’.
- Cut out the Lest We Forget Template and glue on top of the art work. And. You. Are. Done! Well done 🙂