- Monday -
Learning Objective: To learn about different types of Ancient Maya food
I can remember to:
Here are your tasks for today. Choose the level that is the right challenge for you.
Mild requires you to match the name and picture of food to a description.
Medium requires you to match the food and pictures and fill out missing words in the description.
Hot requires you to create your own fact sheet about the different types of food with the option of doing further research.
- Tuesday -
Apologies if you have already completed this lesson. I did make my changes to last week's lesson before scheduled on the timetable, but I know a few of you were very organised in getting your learning completed. If you have already completed this week's task, maybe you could try and complete a potrait in one of the other styles that we evaluated two weeks ago:
This week we are continuing our artist study of M.C. Escher and using his 'Hand with Reflecting Sphere' as our inspiration.
L/O: I am able to draw a reflected image
I can remember to -
- choose a reflective utensil
- draw your hand and the utensil
- draw yourself and your surroundings inside the utensil
When you have finished your artwork, you can share a photo of your work here
Please evaluate your work here
First thing that we need to focus on is how to draw your hands. Here is another amazing Escher drawing, which focuses on his hands:
Use the drawing tutorial to help you learn how to draw a hand:
- Wednesday -
Pancake Day (or Shrove Tuesday) is on Tuesday 16th February. This day is a Christian Holy Day that marks the first day of Lent and will be celebrated by many in February half term. So, I thought as our last PE lesson before the holidays we would get active with some pancake flipping movements.
**Make sure you have lots of space**
**Also, please do not use real pancakes in this video**
Keep an eye out for Dazzle Dance Amy this Friday for some Chinese New Year dancing!!!
- Thursday -
Using the information from the videos, have a go at answering the questions below.
There is also a great page on BBC Bitesize with another animation - click HERE to have a look yourself!
Scientists study earthquakes so we can understand them better and hopefully one day predict them so we can save thousands of lives. A seismograph is a tool scientists use to record earthquakes and measure their strength.
You can build your own seismograph using simple materials!
You will need:
Watch the video below to find out how to make your seismograph:
Just for fun!
Answer the clues then search for these key words in the wordsearch. Good luck!
You can share all your super Science work by clicking HERE.
Amazing work Aslans! I am so impressed with your homemade seismographs - you are such super scientists!
I would love to know what you've thought of our Science home learning....
please click HERE to complete a short quiz (and say hello!)
- Friday -
I hope you enjoyed last week's Spanish lesson learning the vocabulary for some winter items of clothing. Here's our bubble's recreation of the song - I'm sure you've all been getting wrapped up this week with the amount of snow we've had!
This week in Spanish, we're going to be learning about aficiones - hobbies.
What do you like doing in your free time?
What are your favourite hobbies?
Watch the video below to find out about what hobbies the little boy does.
Have a go at reading the short story then complete the activities below!
This week's musical moments is provided to you by the Strings team. Enjoy!
Happy Chinese New Year!!!! Celebrate and dance along with Dazzle Dance Amy - For the start of the video you will need some paper or card and sellotape to make your own fans!