I came up with this idea and this is how we went about creating our stained glass koru windows.
If you want some more ideas click here, this will take you to the unit written by the Correspondence School in New Zealand.
|We started by exploring koru patterns and kowhaiwhai patterns. I have many of these different patterns laminated for the children to use. I also used the koru pattern in maths to teach rotation, reflection and tessellations.|
|Exploring different colours and tones they could use in their design.|
|Starting on the large panels, A1 heavy duty cartridge paper sliced down the middle.|
|Finished panels reading for hanging on the window. Click here to see our finished Koru stained glass windows.|