Peaceable Kingdom Art Lesson
Pupils examine "Peaceable Kingdom" by Edward Hicks online. They evaluate this work and brainstorm things that are peaceful and list ways they can make the world a more peaceful place. They create a painting of their idea of a Peaceable Kingdom.
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