Today in our Maths lesson we looked at the work of artist Wassily Kandinsky and his use of shape in his artwork.
Your homework is to create a drawing (or painting if you want), using shape.Use colour if you can!
You should use the following shapes in your picture. You can use as many as you want of each shape. Remember to use a ruler to draw straight lines.
- A circle
- A semi-circle
- A square
- A rectangle
- A quadrilateral with all sides of different lengths
- An equilateral triangle
- A right-angled triangle
- An isosceles triangle (two equal sides)
- A scalene triangle (with no equal sides and no equal angles)
You can try including 3D shapes too, if you like!
This week it is British Science week, all week we will be developing our scientific enquiry skills!
As well as becoming SUPER SCIENTISTS ourselves it is important for us to learn about famous scientist throughout history who have changed the way we understand the world.
Your home learning this week is to research a famous scientist of your choice and present your findings. You will find lots of relevant help here.
Over the weekend your home learning is to choose one climate zone to investigate.
Include research on the following things:
Where is your zone found? (Poles, equator, tropics, North, South, countries?)
What is the climate like?
What lives there? Animals? Plants? People?
Any interesting facts?
Today we spent a wonderful morning at the Spinney, looking for worms, creating clay animals and having all sorts of fun in the mud.
Take a look at our photos to see what we got up to.
What was your favourite part? Why do you love the spinney?
Today we have been celebrating the wonderful world of books as it is world book day!
We made costumes based on two of our class novels and the children looked fantastic.
Everyone will be given a one pound book token to spend click here for a link of the books available this year.
If you want some inspiration for your next book then there is a brilliant list here.
Can you imagine how it would it feel if someone told you your opinion didn’t matter – just because you were a girl?
We have come to the end of Gregory Cool, the book we have been reading this half term. What are your thoughts?
What do you like/dislike about the story?
What did you think about the characters? The setting?
Were you surprised by the ending?
What questions do you still have?
This term, we are learning about living things. Something that can help you remember the 7 processes that all living things must have is Mrs Nerg.
Your home learning is to think of a way to present this information to help you remember.
I look forward to seeing them.
Use the lines on this figure to show how the pattern of triangles can be used to divide the square into two halves, three thirds, six sixths and nine ninths.
Look at some examples below to help