Monday 23rd March
As part of our DT topic this year we will be making a moving mouth animal. Use the following link to help you draw a realistic tiger. Try your best and don't worry if you make any mistakes! Use colour as well to make your tiger look as realistic as possible!
Tuesday 24th March
Let's get out of the house! (Not really)
Use the link below to access the website Freedom Homeschooling.
Choose one of the field trips and take yourself on a field trip anywhere in the world.
Make a list of things you can find out about your field trip and things you would like to find out. Use the internet to find out any additional information.
Create a poster or leaflet about what you have learnt!
Have a go at learning some songs in French!
(Make sure you do the actions!)
Wednesday 25th March
Science - Forces
I have tried to look for some easy (sorry parents) science experiments about forces you can recreate at home about forces. See how these ones go (if you don't have the equipment or its too dangerous just watch). See if you can find any more yourself, get outside and give them a try!
Try to write up the experiments you have seen, thinking about what happened and which forces were at work. I will also add an experiment write up template for you to use.
Thursday 26th March
Today I would like you to have a go at some different online drawing lessons. I have added a link below so that you can give drawing a go. If you can find any other websites, give those a try too.
Friday 27th March
As a nice end to the week, your PSHCE work is to think about what makes you you! How are you unique?
Look at the powerpoint added and the resources (You don't need to print these, just use them for ideas) and do the activities about why you are unique!
Monday 30th March - Friday 3rd April
For other subjects this week, I am going to list a selection of different activities for each subject you can do, then you can choose one each day.
For the PE, you can try and do these as many times during the week as you can. I'm aiming to do Joe Wicks everyday this week!
For PE try Joe Wicks daily workout on You Tube! Grace and I have been doing it every weekday and I did it in school with the children who were in last week! So no excuses. You don't need to do it at 9am, as its saved online, but it is a good start to the day!
There are also some online dance lessons with Oti Mabuse (From Strictly), she puts a lesson on daily so you can have a go at that!
Collect some different objects from your house, like a vase, statue, piece of fruit, ornament, lamp for example and arrange them in the centre of a table together. You can then have a go at drawing the still life collection from different angles with whatever resources you have at home. I will add some pictures to give you some ideas.
To complete our work on the Maya, you could create a leaflet or powerpoint all qabout the Maya civilisation. Watch videos online, use research pages and facts you already know. Try to divide your ideas into different subheadings and use text and images for each one. I will add some useful websites for information.
Work through the French classes and activities on BBC Bitesize, practising the you pronunciation of the words.
Following on from drawing your tiger earlier in the week, try to think of a way you could plan and design a moving mouth animal. Think about what could move on the mouth of the animal and how you could do that. For example, if I designed a tiger, I would make the jaw move with something that you turn to make the jaw move up and down.
Try to design and label a plan to show which animal you would pick, what part of its head would move and how you think you could do that. Be as creative as you can!