You can upload a photo of your whizzy work by clickingHERE.
We have some excellent Ancient Maya mathematicians in Aslans class!
- Tuesday -
Well done on last week's evaluating. What a brilliant use of language! I can see some careers as art critics in your future!
You have given great reasons for how you feel about the portraits, well done!
Great use of language! I especially like how you have described how they make you feel.
M.C. Escher inspired portraits
L/O: to be able to focus on the details
I can remember to -
read about M.C. Escher to learn more about his artworks
work step by step to draw a detailed sketch of an eye
complete my drawing by adding something that I would like to see
Well done on those fantastic evaluations from last week. I noticed that the 'Hand with Reflecting Sphere' by M.C. Escher was a favourite and so we will be looking at some techniques inspired by the amazing artist M.C. Escher.
Use the website link to read more about Escher and discover how he used mathematics and art to create incredible works of art.
Please then take the Escher quiz to show what you have learned.
This week, we are going to focus on features in detail, using this Escher drawing as our inspiration:
Use the tutorial to help you draw an eye and then illustrate whatever you would like to see in the middle. As you can see, Escher used a skull but perhaps you could be more positive, like in the example:
I'm looking forward to seeing what you produce!
Please send in photos of your finished drawings to the Google form
For this lesson you are asked to use an old CD but if you don't have one then anything round will do. Work step by step through the instructions to create your detailed drawing of an eye and then use coloured pencils to add colour.
Time to get your dancing shoes on with Amy! Hi everyone! You can now Dazzle Dance at home with Amy! Here there are two dances to copy and one dance to learn. Have fun!
Here's your singing lesson from Sheffield Music Hub this week - enjoy!
Please note: during this video there is reference to ‘splitting the class’ as the videos were recorded for the purposes of class teaching. If you're learning from home, you can just choose a part to sing with. There will always be another member of the team singing the other part so you will still get the full benefit of singing in 2 parts - you can pick your favourite!
If you like to share a photo or a video of you singing or dancing, please clickingHERE.
- Thursday -
This week, we are learning about FANTASTIC FOSSILS!
LO: To be able to explain how fossils are made.
- explain the difference between a fossil and a bone
- name the different types of fossils
- order the steps in the fossilisation process
Watch the animation below to understand the process of fossilisation.....
This second animation has a lot of the same information but with a little extra detail....
Task: To create a fascinating fossil fact file!
Using the information from the video and the animation, have a go at creating your very own fact file! You can use the frame below to help you but feel free to get creative and present this information in whatever way you'd like to!
Here is the link to this week's “Musical Moments” from Sheffield Music Hub - a fantastic episode by the woodwind ladies about dynamics!
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