Home Learning for Friday 3rd July
Good morning Team Ocean and Team Sky.
We hope you've had a lovely week! Well done for working so brilliantly both at home and at school!
Playlist: Coco and the Butterfields playlist https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=3c1B7b0s0kU&list=PLxFjYzstlqeN3ZhVeQMRxm0n77RnZHHI-
We hope you enjoyed something a little different this week! Next week we will be exploring a whole decade of music!
Beau has been working so hard this week take a look at his great book review and bird feeder!
Fact of the day:
Of all the oxygen you breathe 20% of it is used by your brain.
Imagine if trees could talk. What would they say to you?
We miss seeing you at school, write a message on the Padlet today to say hi to one of your friends at school! (Email Miss Barrow if you need the password: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Today we are going to be writing a story that involves our favourite foods. Watch the Video of the famous Poet Michael Rosen telling his story about chocolate cake… mmmmmm!
Think about what your favourite food is and what adventure you could have with it!
Today you are going to do a Big Write!
This is where you can write about what ever you want. It must include your favourite food.
Some writing ideas:
- Write a non-chronological report about your favourite food.
- Write a story about your favourite food like Michael Rosen.
- Write an adventure story about a character loosing, stealing or eating too much of your favourite food and what happens to them!
- Create a poem about your favourite food. Remember- poems don’t always have to rhyme!
MOS- Choose one of the timestables sheets (attached) and complete- you don’t need to print off the sheet, just answer the questions in your book!
Today you are going to be answering questions and creating your own pictograms. Take a look at the learning reminders first and then have a go at either the mild or hot challenges (all sheets attached!)
Art: To go on a texture treasure hunt
In this lesson, we will be learning about an artist called Max Ernst. He created a technique in art called frottage. This is when you use your pencil to make rubbings of textured objects which you find around your home. You will need a pencil and paper.
Helping at home challenge:
Is your room nice and tidy? Have a quick tidy and make sure all of your toys are put away!
We hope you have a lovely day!
Lots of love
Miss Davey, Miss Keam, Miss Barrow and Mrs Cheshire!