1.3.21 - Term 4, Week 2
Use the author’s words as inspiration. Try to edit your work (or rewrite) to improve word choices and description, perhaps use one of her sentences to help you.
Can you read your word in a storyteller voice?
Lines of symmetry
Use the lesson guide to work through the activities.
Describe a magical animal. Choose one from the video or invent your own. Try to create a detailed description like a story teller would. Make the animal interesting and wonderful. What is special about it? How does it move? what does it look like?
Symmetry – draw the whole
Make your favourite book character using a potato or a wooden spoon! There are some pictures for inspiration available on this website:
Sort 2D shapes
his week we are continuing to learn about Claude Monet, so staying with impressionism but thinking about cityscapes. Read the powerpoint and discuss, colours, time of day weather, seasons, similarities and differences. Monet enjoyed painting the same scenes many times, he liked to capture the changing light.
Look at these two images of the same scene
Try to create your own version of Monet’s Houses of Parliament, you could use this template for the buildings or draw your own. Choose a colour scheme to suit a weather or season. Can you blend pastels to made new shades or colours? Can you create a reflection of the building in the water?
Are there other famous landmarks you could try to create an artwork for in this style?
Choose your own piece of magical clothing. What happens when you put it on? How does it make you feel? Use your words to create interest and wonder and this marvellous object.
Make patterns with 2D shapes
In today’s lesson we will be exploring anger and how to deal with it. Bobby is annoyed and frustrated with some of his friends and needs your help to deal with this problem. Help him by designing a cool down corner where he can go to relax, be calm and find inner peace.
The ‘u’ sound spelt o
There are no words for the story, there is just background music. Create a storyboard then write down the story in your own words. Use your imagination to write like a story teller.
Explain Maundy Thursday is the day before Good Friday. It remembers the Last Supper – this was Jesus’s last meal before he died. Read through the story on the Lesson Presentation then discuss.
Children should be able to:
tell you what Jesus told his disciples they must do.
tell you what the bread and wine represents.
tell you who betrayed Jesus
Lines of Symmetry
Finish off any incomplete activities or recap on work that was tricky.