Today, we are going to make a story map for 'Where the Forest Meets the Sea'. This is because tomorrow, we are going to write a recount of the story. A story map is where you use pictures and words to draw the main events of the story. You don't have to write in lots of detail. Some examples are included below. Listen to the story and draw out your own version of a story map. You might need to pause the story or listen to the story lots of times.You could then colour it in and decorate your story map.
We are looking at statistics until half term and today we are looking at tally charts. Watch the video, remember to stop it and have a go at the tasks.
PSHE-Dreams and Goals.(Jigsaw)
This week we are continuing our theme of Dreams and Goals.
It is a time for reflecting on our designs for the garden that we have done to sell at the school fete.
Did you work well as a team? Can you explain how you overcame any difficulties or managed to compromise?
Look at the power-point and think about your learning and the skills you added to your group.
Differentiation will be through the quality of the finished product and the ability to reflect and think about ways forward.
Adult guidance maybe needed for those who find this hard - questions such as, 'What did you enjoy the most about this task? Would you change anything if you did this again?'
Some of your ideas will be brilliant I am sure!
This week we are continuing with our portrait work.
Have a PHOTOGRAPH of yourself, someone in your family or a famous person you admire (pop-star, TV presenter etc)
to help with drawings.
We will be looking at some other artists' portraits and express our opinions about them. You maybe able to copy a similar style for your own work. It is hard to get a 'likeness' but hopefully, the photographs will help you?
Its a hard challenge, but we know you are up to it!
Thrive Wellbeing Activities
It is mental health week. How about you have a go at some of these activities?