Below is the home learning for those children who are working from home at the moment. Remember you can call the school office for a paper pack of all the work if you prefer. Complete your work in the Home learning book you were given over lockdown. If you require another one, please don’t hesitate to ask. Send in your work to [email protected]
We are continuing to look at the book ‘One Snowy Night’ by Nick Butterworth. Read it together below.
Look at the activities below
23.11.20 One Snowy Night
Printable version – click on the link below
The new Read Write Inc phonics page is up and running which will have lots of different interactive sessions linked to the phonics you will have been doing in class. You can access this page by going to the Curriculum tab at the top of the page and then phonics.
Click on the link for this week’s Maths activities taken from White Rose Home Learning.
We are looking at pets in our home this week.
Click on the link below to watch a video on BBC Bitesize all about pets
Key Knowledge Some animals are suitable for keeping as pets but some are not. Pets need food, water, space, shelter and medicine. Animals that are not pets are known as wild animals.
Key Vocabulary suitable, pets, domestic, wild, food, space, shelter, medicine, water, care, responsibility Pets: dog, cat, fish, rabbit, guinea pig
Learning Activity Sort animals into two groups; suitable for a pet and not suitable for a pet. Discuss why animals were sorted in a particular way.
Design a leaflet explaining to potential pet owners what their animal will need.
Assessment questions Can you describe what a pet needs? Why is it a big responsibility to own a pet? What happens when a pet’s needs are not met?
How does Turner use colour to create mood in his seascape paintings? Who is JW Turner?
Joseph Mallord William (JMW) Turner was born in London in1775. His father was a barber and wigmaker, and his mother came from a family of butchers.
Turner was a landscape painter, traveller, poet and teacher. At the age of 14, he became a student at the Royal Academy of Arts. Turner was a Romantic artist and become well known for painting beautiful landscapes, dramatic storms, and scenes of nature.
He was quite famous during his lifetime, though not everyone liked his work. Now he is one of Britain’s most loved artists.
This week we will be looking at using a range of materials creatively to design and make products. We will investigate, experiment, mix and apply colour for purposes to represent real life, ideas and convey mood.
Key Vocabulary Mix Colour Primary Secondary Shade Tone Mood Light Soft Wet Thin Thick Wash Layers
If you need to come and collect some resources for your painting activity, please call the school office.
Explore texture of different paints using different equipment. E.g. fingers, sponges, paintbrushes, cotton wool etc. to make washes of paint.
Explore what happens when you add white and black to the paint.