PM Emerald: Looking at Art (PM Plus Non-fiction) Levels 25, 26
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Technology has become an important part of art. Many artists use computers to help them create pictures. Videos are used in modern sculptures ‘installations’. The materials used to create paintings or sculptures have developed over the years, from watercolour and oil paints to acrylics, and from stone and metals to plastics. Special machines are used to protect the artworks in art galleries, and also to restore old or damaged works. However, as sophisticated as technology has enabled the art world to be, art can still be created using recycled objects such as soup cans and plastic cups.
Emerald level (equivalent to the Lime bridging book band) provides a variety of chapter books and non-fiction titles. Readers are encouraged to experience different text types, writing styles and genres to develop their own reading tastes.
For children who prefer to read non-fiction texts, the PM Plus Non-fiction titles offer carefully researched information thematically linked to key learning areas. The texts are supported with superb photography and realistic illustrations.
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