We hope you had a lovely bank holiday weekend and are now refreshed and ready for another week of learning! Remember to email us at email@example.com with your wonderful work and don’t forget to write your name.
Here is today’s timetable:
If you’re unable to do it at 9 am, all his videos will be saved on his channel for you to use at another time.
1). Correct the spelling mistakes.
Choose column, 1, 2, 3 or 4 and write a sentence using all the words.
How many features can you include? You can download your own copy to cut out and keep here and here.
The pirate? The fortune teller? The Farmer? The Fairy? The thief? Or the detective?
Now watch the video again, closely watching your character and answer these questions to build your characters backstory.
You can download the worksheet here:
Look at these story opener sentences to help to get writing!
Challenge- Can you include brilliant description by using expanded noun phrases, adverbs and different sentence types? Maybe you want to add some dialogue by using “inverted commas”.
Have fun and use all the literacy skills you know! Maybe you could act out your story to your friends and family?
We can’t wait to read your fantastic stories! Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Maybe you want to relax for 5 minutes in the Zen Den to reset your brain.
Using the inverse, complete these number sentences. You can download the worksheet here.
REMEMBER! When subtracting the largest number goes first!
Remember to wash your hands for 20 seconds!
Riddle: What's bright orange with green on top and sounds like a parrot?
Answer at the end of the day!
2). Today we are going to learn about Impressionism and the artist Claude Monet.
An impression is an idea or feeling about something.
Bright colours and bold brushstrokes were used to paint everyday objects, people and scenes of nature.
Watch the video below to find out what Impressionism is and what their paintings looked like.
Look at his most famous works of art below. Look at colour, shape, light and shadow.
Does the painting remind you of a place? How do you feel when looking at the painting? Which is your favourite? Why?
- Masking tape- not cellotape because you need to pull the tape off the paper
- Paints of different colours
If you don't have paints you can sketch the bridge and colour.
Try to read at least 20-30 minutes a day either on Active Learn (Bug Club) or with a book.
Answer to the riddle- a carrot
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