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PE with Joe Wicks
Jasminara, Nasima and Louise's groups
1. Read a poem
• Read Ode to Marbles. Which is your favourite phrase in this poem? What makes it an ode?
2. Plan a poem
• Think of your favourite food. Write it down and now plan an ode about it.
• You can record ideas on the Idea Bank Builder.
• The Ice Buns Example may help you to do this.
3. Write your poem
• Write some of your favourite ideas on the Ode Strips.
• Move these around to change the order and add extra lines if you like.
• When you are ready, copy your poem out carefully. Use your best handwriting!
Try these Fun-Time Extras
• Practise reading your poem aloud. Read the Reading Aloud Tips to help you. You could record your reading and share it with somebody else. • Find out other people’s favourite foods and why they like them. Use these ideas to write more odes.
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
- Say what a verb is – the ‘doing’ or ‘action’ word in a sentence. Remind yourselves by reading Verbs.
- There are 9 verbs in the box of words on Dragon Trapping. How many can you find?
2. Now re-read Features of Instructions and highlight the verbs. The first two have been done for you.
- Are the verbs all bossy? Are they all at or near the beginning of the sentence? Confirm that in each case, they are.
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
Remember to pause the video if it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if you would like.
Complete the activities in the link below. Once you have finished, ask an adult to go through the answers with you.
Nasima, Jasminara and Louise's groups
Watch the video to remind you of the different methods to help you do this - remember to pause the video if it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if you would like.
Then click on 'BBC Bitesize' for activities and to get the questions. Check your answers at the end by scrolling to the bottom of the PDFs - check what mistakes you made so you can learn from them next time.
Piet Mondrian style artwork
Today you will be creating a Piet Mondrian style artwork in the form of a household object.
1. Go online and research the Artist, Piet Mondrian’ – List 3 things you notice about his work and style.
2. Find some items around your house that are simple to recreate and then spend 10-15mins sketching out a basic outline. E.g. Draw the outline of a mug, frame, jam jar etc.
3. Now use a ruler to create sections. These do not need to be the same size. Go back and have a look at Mondrian’s work if you need to. They should be all different sizes. You can then start shading in the sections in the colours typically used by Mondrian, Red, Blue, Yellow with thick black outline.
TIP: If you don’t have the colours you require you can use a pencil to shade the different sections in different tones.
A (rough) plan
Household item to sketch
Some colouring tools