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@example.com
This week in our English we will be looking at the book by David Litchfield entitled ‘The Bear and the piano’. Click on the link above to listen to the story. When you have finished have a look at the activities you can have a go with at home.
Autumn 2 Week 2 - The Bear and the piano
Click on the link below for a printable version of the activities
Activity 3 – click on the links below to access the resources you will need.
This week’s Maths activities can be accessed below – link on the link to take you to the White Rose website. Remember, if you would prefer to have a paper copy of this work, please call the school office and we can arrange for you to collect a paper copy.
This week we are starting to listen and appraise some South African music. Watch the clip of some South African children singing and dancing
Traditional South African music generally uses voices only or voices and drums. This is sung in a language such as Zulu or Xhosa.
Singing will consist of call and response, call by one singer and response by lots.
Afropop has changed over the years but generally uses electric guitars that weave in and out of each other plus some traditional instruments such as the penny whistle, keyboards, bass and drums.
South African jazz may also use a sax or trumpet. It has a strong dance or swing beat. South African music is full of energy.
Key Vocabulary South Africa, music, style, instruments, beat, pace, pulse, chorus, verse, vocals, introduction, ending, solo, together, keyboards, drums, bass, voice, tempo, fast, slow, style
Listen to the music below. Do you like the music? What can you hear? What is the style of this music? Which different instruments can you hear?
This week we are starting a local history theme all about our locality and its past. To understand where we live. What are the features of a seaside town? How has Morecambe changed over time?
Lesson 1 –
Information about Morecambe and the surrounding area.
We live in Morecambe in Lancashire in England. We live in a seaside town. There are various features which make us a seaside town. We live in a bay which is surrounded by cliffs. We have a beach with sand and the sea. We also have a promenade and a port. There are activities we can do which are representative of a seaside town such as fishing and cockle picking.
Key Vocabulary Morecambe. Lancashire, England, town, county, country, seaside, seaside town, beach, sea, promenade, coast, bay, cliffs, port, stone jetty, rock pools, Eric Morecambe, fishing, cockles, amusements, arcades, visit. Timeline, past, present, date, year.
Discuss where we live and what makes it a seaside town. Then answer the questions in their books:
1. Which town do we live in? 2. Which county do we live in? 3. Which country do we live in? 4. What type of town is Morecambe? 5. What are the features which make it a seaside town? 6. What is there to do in a seaside town?