Eva and Harrison have been busy completing the school challenges. Eva has been studying and copying Picasso and Harrison is researching Australia.
As part of The Literacy Tree home learning logs that the company has released, our Y4 children were challenged to pick three word cards and create a short tale. Isla chose Ballerina, Jelly fish and Guitar and came up with this:
There was once a jellyfish called Bob.
He lived in the mediteranean sea. One day he was swimming along when he heard beautiful guitar music coming from a restaurant nearby.
It made his whole body start to move and jiggle and wiggle .
He leaped around the sea and started piroeting and twirling from here to there .
He was turning into a ballerina !!
Other creatures stopped to watch and gape at this amazing performance .
He became known as Bobbyfish the ballerina.
She’s also been busy with painting this picture too……
Lola has been doing lots of things, I winder if the kite flew? Some lovely piano playing.
Sophie 5T has been busy creating some artwork inspired by Henri Matisse in modern art
The children at school were Inspired by the frog spawn in the garden and drew and painted with watercolour paints our own frogs
Charlie has been working really hard at home and has loved the challenges.
His favourite tasks have been the book writing and phonics.
He’s been playing fun games outside involving maths too as he’s not as keen on it as he is with his English!
He’s made a scrap book with his work and photos in which he’s looking forward to showing Miss Bye when he returns to school.
A mini herb garden and a tadpole wonderland!
Theo Y4 was exploring his shadow moving around the playground thinking about how the planet moves rather than the sun…..
Hi Year 2,
Hope you are all well and finding some fun things to do during your home learning time!
Here are some ideas to have a look at online. You don’t need to print anything, just use the sites for ideas.
We will be posting some more ideas soon!
Take care and stay safe!
We miss you!
Miss H, Miss C and Mrs S!👍
Sophie decided to do her own project last week on daffodils as she has many of them growing in her garden. She dissected one and then looked up and labelled all the parts, giving each a short description of what their role is.