Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay


^ Venn Diagram A

= Mr. Lizard
B= similarities

C= The Banksia men





A


B


^ C


Snugglepot and Cuddlepie



Good characters

Bad Characters







(Alternatively make it flora and fauna in the story)

Snugglepot and Cuddlepie

^ Acrostic Poem


B


A


N


K


S


I


A


M


E


N

(Alternatively do an Acrostic poem for Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay Snugglepot or Cuddlepie)
















^ Snugglepot and Cuddlepie

Native Craft

Capture the beauty of the Australian bush with our lovely quilted flower cards.





Capture the beauty of the Australian bush with our lovely Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay quilled bottle brush and wattle flower cards. Мейд for us by quilling artist Phyllis Robertson, they are quite different from any quilling you may have seen before.

^ You'll need Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay:

Bottlebrush

colour

mm

Blossom
Shafts
Centre stem
Tip leaves
Stem
Leaves

Crimson
Sage green
Sage green
Sage green
Oak brown
Dark olive

9
3
9
9
1.5
9

Wattle





Blossom lemon
Stems
Leaves

Lemon
Sage green
Sage green

6
1.5
9


Materials
Blank cards
Back permanent marker pen
Thread clippers, curved manicure scissors, small straight-bladed embroidery scissors
Needle quilling tool
Slotted quilling tool
Wooden satay Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay stick
Aquadhere, PVA glue
Wooden or plastic toothpick (for applying the glue)
Sewing needles
Smooth quilling paper as listed above

^ Here's how
Bottlebrush
Step 1 Refer to the diagram and, using the black Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay marker pen, colour along the extreme lengthwise edge of the crimson paper. Using the thread clippers, fringe very finely along the black edge leaving a border of about 2mm. You'll need 19 lengths about Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay 5cm long. Cut nineteen 5cm lengths of 3mm sage green and attach one to each length of fringed crimson.




Step 2 Using the slotted tool, roll from the green end forming a Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay short cone-shaped shaft. Continue rolling the fringed paper and glue the end. Coat the shaft with glue, making sure the crimson base ends are bonded. Set aside to dry.

Step 3 For bottlebrush centre Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay stem; cut a 4.5cm length of 9mm sage green. Glue an additional piece to this width and roll it around a wooden satay stick. Glue to secure. Always remember to keep joins Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay at the back. Glue the base of blossom green shaft into the top of this stem, then continue to glue a row of six blossoms down the centre of the stem Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay, placing the shaft of the first one 5mm below the crimson baseline of the top blossom. Evenly space the remaining five blossoms, placing the last one at the base of the Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay stem.

Begin the second and third rows above the first and continue between the spaces of the first row. When completed, these form a 'V' with the centre row between the 'V Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay'.

Note. When gluing blossoms, turn the stem on the side so that the row being glued is on a flat surface. Leave in this position to set before attempting the next row. Open out Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay fringing. Cut three small sage green leaves and glue into the top blossom.

^ Step 4 Fold 9mm dark olive paper lengthwise and cut five leaves, varying the lengths from 4cm to Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay 4.5cm.

Note: Folding the paper this way will give you a centre crease in the leaves.

Wattle blossom
Step 5 Fringe 6mm lemon paper leaving a border of 2mm. Cut six pieces about 10cm Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay long. Roll on needle tool and glue the base. Leave to dry. Open out the fringing. Cut 12 small leaves from sage green paper.




^ Quilling tools
Slotted quilling tool: a small metal rod 2-2.5cm Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay long with a lengthwise slot, set in I a wooden handle. The slot holds the end of the paper strip and makes rolling easy.

Needle quilling tool: resembles a needle with Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay an eye cut off at the top and set in a wooden handle. The open eye holds the paper end; you can make a tight roll with it.




Mounting
Note: When gluing Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay the leaves in place, attach them by the stem end, leaving the tip free. The stems are all glued onto the card on their edges.

Step 6 Glue the bottlebrush centre stem on Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay the card. Cut an 8.5cm piece of oak brown and glue in place for the stem. Position dark olive leaves at the flower base. Cut sage green stem pieces (7, 6, 4.5 and 2.5cm) and glue Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay in place. Add the wattle and leaves.

More quilling:
Daisy lampshade

The art of quilling

From: Better Homes and Gardens TV October 1996


Great Australian Authors

Colin Thiele and Ivan Southall



^ Hills End and The Sea Caves



(Blooms Taxonomy Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay literature Unit for grade 4-6 by T. Shaw

February 2004)

Introduction

I never tire of reading great Australian classics to children such as those written by Colin Thiele and Ivan Southall. It has been Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay along time since I read ‘Hills End’ and it still resonates with me as it did when I first read it 30 years ago. Hills End is a great book to read when studying natural Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay disasters, (I wish I could have found a copy of ‘Ash Road’, I’ve recently found a coy of ‘The Fox Hole’ which has some of the best dialogue between characters that Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay I’ve ever read. It really captures the readers or listeners attention) in this case a catastrophic storm and flood. The characters jump off the page. They feel real with Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay their strengths and foibles. Readers get to know them and care about them, which makes them believable and readable.

I first gained an appreciation for Colin Thiele’s work when I saw ‘Storm Boy Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay’ and ‘Blue Fin’ on video at secondary school (videos were a novelty then) and watched ‘Fire in the Stone’ on TV. I chose the ‘Sea Caves’ because it fits together well with Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay ‘The Ab Diver’ and another similar story he wrote called ‘The Cave’. All three compliment each other. Its great to read on his official web site that he has a Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay biography be released this month; I will have to get a copy for the school.

Both authors have a remarkable facility for capturing children’s imagination and telling a compelling story, which is both Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay dramatic and at the same time quintessentially Australian. At a time when American values and culture dominate the media and contemporary Australian literature seems dominated by ‘fad’ books it is great to Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay be able to read works by these great writers as well as Gary Crew and Jackie French. It is pleasing to see some re-issues of Colin Thiele’s work Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay (Lothian books) and it’s about time the same was done for Ivan Southall’s great books. (My old copy of Hills End has nearly had it and I couldn’t find Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay ‘Ash Road’ and ‘Finn’s Folly’)

^ T. Shaw (February 2004)

Colin Thiele

Colin Thiele is one of Australia’s most distinguished writers for young people, and has been a leading Australian award-winning author for Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay more than forty years. He is one of this country’s most prolific and versatile writers. His books have sold in multiple editions around the world and have been мейд into Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay films, TV series, plays and picture books over the last three decades.

Colin grew up on a farm, and during his childhood there were not many books available. At the little bush school that he Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay attended there was a box that had about twenty books in it. This was the school’s library. On wet days only a couple of students were able to make it to Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay school. On these days the group of students would help the teacher light the big open fire and sit in front of it while they dried their clothes and had stories read Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay to them. Colin always went to school on wet days!

When Colin was eleven he wrote a long novel about pirates and buried treasure. These pirates fought each other with cutlasses, and Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay because of this he illustrated it with lots of red pencil. He burnt the story a few years later.

He has published over 100 books in his writing career, including multi award-winning Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay Storm Boy and Blue Fin, and Landslide which is on this issue of Arrow.

It was fifteen years after Storm Boy was written and the film was being мейд, that Colin Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay and his wife met the three pelicans that were acting as movie stars. In the book he called them Mr Proud, Mr Ponder and Mr Percival, but in real life they were Sandwich Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay, Carpenter and Dum-Dum. Partly because of Storm Boy, he has a collection of more than 200 pelicans мейд out of all sorts of materials that have been sent to him Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay from all around the world.

In his long career Colin has won many Australian and international awards, including the Netherlands Award of the Silver Pencil, Miles Franklin Award, Mystery Writers of Americas Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay Inc, the Austrian State Prize for Children’s Books (twice), and numerous Children’s Book Council of Australia Awards. Colin’s most recent awards include Special Award at the NSW Premier’s Literacy Awards Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay 1997, and the Dromkeen Medal in 1998.


From: http://www.scholastic.com.au/Profiles/ProfileDisplay.asp?ProfileId=110

Colin Thiele’s papers can be found at this site: http://www.nla.gov Venn Diagram - By Norman Lindsay.au/ms/findaids/8556.html

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