Friday, April 22, 2011

Prisoners in World War II



You need:
  1. white drawing sheet A4 size

  2. ribbed cardboard

  3. pencil

  4. watercolour paint

  5. brushes

  6. jar with water

  7. black wool 

  8. glue

In Holland we rembember the victims of World War II on the 4th of May. The 5th of May we celebrate the day of liberation. In schools World War II is an important part of the history lessons. Students are always very interested in this topic.



"We had to draw one or more people in a concentration camp. Our drawings should show the fear and powerlessness of the prisoners. Most of all did well and the artworks were really beautiful. When the drawing was finished, we had to paint it with watercolour paint, using sad colours. We used black wool to make barbed wire and pasted it in front of the drawing. Finally we pasted the artworks on ribbed cardboard. It was an intense task, and it made us really think about that terrible time."





Artworks are made by students of grade 6


Thanks to Sylvia Versteeg