PE with Joe Wicks live 9.00-9.30
Jasminara, Louise and Nasima's groups
1. Tell your story from the point of view of the prey
• Find your Storyboard about your Narrow Escape story from Day 1.
• Imagine that you are the prey in the story.
o Where were you at the start? What were you doing?
o What did you see and feel when the predator attacked?
o How did you escape?
o How did you feel afterwards?
2. Remind yourself about Personal Recounts
• Read Personal Recount Features.
• When you tell your story from the point of view of the prey you are giving a personal recount. Can you spot the features of a recount as you tell your story?
3. Write your story from the point of view of the prey
• Now write your story. You can use your storyboard to remind you what to write about but do remember to write from the point of view of the prey.
• Include adverbials in your writing. Read the three pages about adverbials to help you to do this.
When you have finished your story, share it with a grown-up. Show them the adverbials that you have used.
Try the Fun-Time Extra Can you make an illustration of your story? Show the way the predator and prey move during the escape?
Bonnie and Vicky's groups
Today we have something a little different, we want you to keep up your phonics and spellings so here is an activity to help you practice all the 'ai' sounds.
You will need a helper, an adult or older sibling maybe. They need to read the words to you in each column and you can spell them (without seeing the word written down).
Any words that you don't spell correctly, don't worry, just try them again.
Louise, Jasminara and Nasima's groups
Watch the video - remember to pause it whenever they ask a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it again if you would like to. Then click on 'Get the Activity' to complete your work. When you have checked it, click on 'Get the Answers' to see what you get correct and what you need to work on.
Bonnie and Vicky's groups
Look around you at home. What can you see?
On the floor, maybe
*a pair of shoes…yours, your dad’s…
*some toys, a basket or box
*a shirt or jacket on a peg or over the back of a chair (draw the chair too!)
In the kitchen
*a pile of plates
*some packets and tins
*cups, mugs, bowls
*take some spoons and forks and put them on the table. Maybe add a saucepan or a sieve. Try to show where they are in shadow and darker, gradually pressing harder with your pencil in certain areas, then the white paper will show where they are shiny and bright.
From a window
*How about a set of 3 drawings of the same view, at different times of the day - morning, afternoon and just before dark?
*See how the light and shadows change.
*if you can see the street, which doors and windows are open?
*Are there street signs and lamp-posts?
*Can you see tall buildings?
*What about the shapes of roofs, chimneys, towers, aerials - can you show them?
If you get stuck, leave your drawing somewhere safe, then go back to it next day, as artists do.
*Can you do a close-up drawing of something patterned, like a cup or a scarf?
*Is there a mechanical gadget or tool like a mixer or whisk or hairdryer, or part of a bicycle you could draw? Maybe choose a section and enlarge it.
Up, down, through
*Look down at the floor, up at the ceiling, through a doorway, a corner of the bathroom, or stairs
Whatever you can see that has some interesting shapes, whatever you choose
*KEEP GOING. *ENJOY YOURSELF. * KEEP YOUR WORK TO SHOW US NEXT TERM!
Many of you may have already entered the TH Creative Writing Competition earlier this year. If you have not then this is the perfect time to put your writing skills and imagination to good use.
You have until the 15th May to send in your stories and poems for a chance to win prizes and see your work in print!
If you would like us to read your work then please email it to us - we would love to have a read. Have fun and good luck!
Click on the link below for the full competition details.