I will have the students first draw up a pattern using this template... They can add anything they want to it but they have to include 5 different "sections" within the Crest and their Family name or Surname in the banner at the bottom
Anglo-Saxon brooch, ca.9th century, from the Pentney Hoard, in the Trewhiddle style. Trewhiddle refers to late Anglo-Saxon art that flourished during the ninth century and is named after the Trewhiddle Hoard from Cornwall, England. The style is characterized by its distinctive decoration with interlaced, contorted beasts and leafy scrolls; and in metalwork, by the preference for silver rather than bronze
My Ancient Rome Art Project with a Year 6/7 Class. Colour in a face portrait of a Roman Emperor. Use crepe paper in balls to create 3D-effect on face. Create a Roman mosaic in the background using 2-3 colours of craft paper. The display turns out beautifully with so many colours... lightens up the whole classroom!