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Let's begin the morning with a quickfire vocabulary activity.
Let's see what we have planned today.
9-9.30 PE fun with Joe Wicks
1st lesson: Numeracy
2nd lesson: Literacy
Today, our reading focus will be understanding words in context. Follow these instructions to complete the lesson:
- First, click on the link below.
- Then, press start lesson and watch the video.
- Once the video is finished, press close video.
- Afterwards, work your way through the lesson using the next activity button.
3rd lesson: Art
Memory and Recall:
What was the Blitz?
The heavy and frequent bombing attacks on London and other cities was known as the 'Blitz'. Night after night, from September 1940 until May 1941, German bombers attacked British cities, ports and industrial areas.
London was bombed ever day and night, bar one, for 11 weeks. One third of London was destroyed.
Blitz is a shortened form of the German word 'Blitzkrieg' which means lightning war.
You will need:
- colouring pencils, paint, coloured card OR old magazines
1) To create your own 'London on Fire' artwork, begin by painting, colouring or using collage techniques to create a fiery background. Think carefully about the use of colour to make the background as striking as possible.
2) Next you will be creating a silhouette of some of London's most iconic buildings. You could choose to do this using black paper, newspapers or magazines.
If you want to, you could paint the silhouette onto the background?
What is a silhouette?
A silhouette is like a shadow.
It shows us the outline of something.
End of the day
Enjoy the rest of your day and we shall see you tomorrow for more fun learning. Adios!