As we have been learning about safari and shapes I would like you to design your own animal. Use shapes to create a pattern e.g. triangles as a zebras stripes or circles for a leopards spots. Take a look at the work of nine year old Kenyan artist Sheilah Sheldone Charles, she uses bright colours to create amazing paintings.
Today is our end of block assessment. We have learnt so much about measurement today is your chance to show this. Remember you can ask an adult to help read it out but you must answer the questions by yourself. If you are unsure of an answer just move on to the next question. This is only so I know what to go over again in class so just do your best!
Today you should write the end of your innovated story making sure to focus on adjectives. Start from when you come face to face with the last pirate, describe it in detail. Then talk about your innovated battle between Captain Flynn and the pirate. Try to include a simile e.g. as blue as the sky OR bright like lightning.
We have been learning about Safari in Kenya. Today I would like you to watch the video at the below link. Then use the sheet to create your own safari National Park; include rivers, animal, lodges and hills etc.
Today you should write the middle part of your innovated story making sure to focus on adjectives. Start from the moment you spot Acorn and describe your pirates in detail. End with your pirates jumping off the ship, try to describe how they jump e.g. quickly.
Today I would like you to retell the Easter story. Use the pictures below or draw your own. Rearrange the pictures so that they are in the correct order. Try to write a sentence for each picture using words such as Jesus, Crucified, Resurrected, blood, body.
Use your knowledge of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to begin to work out these challenges. Add, subtract, divide or multiply these lengths. Remember to check if we are using cm or m.