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Week 3 18th - 22nd January

I hope you all had a good weekend - I was excited when I woke up on Saturday to see a little bit of snow...sadly it didn't last long! But it did give me an idea for our home learning focus for this week - A Winter Walk.

 

So, as well as your 2Dos on Purple Mash, here are some other activities that you could do:

 

English

  • Watch Newsround and discuss some of the news stories you've found most interesting with someone at home: https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/news/watch_newsround
  • Write up your weekend news - did you go for a nice walk, watch a new film or play a game? 
  • Go for a walk, and when you get back home write down ten words from your walk or to do with winter in general.
  • Use those ten words to help you write an Acrostic Poem: 

How to Write an Acrostic Poem

Maths

  • Can you see any symmetry in nature when you're out on your walk?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(From mathcurious.com)

 

 

Art

  • Take photos when you are out on your walk. If you email them to me, I can share them on our Class Page. 
  • Join in with Rob Biddulph's drawing tutorial for Penguin Blue: 

 

#DrawWithRob 7 Penguin Blue

DrawWithRob is a series of draw-along videos that you can watch with your family and, hopefully, make some nice pictures together!

Science

  • If it gets cold enough, try blowing bubbles outside and see if they will freeze! If you haven't got a pot of bubbles at home, you can use a plastic bottle, a sock and some washing up liquid to make your own bubble maker. You'll need an adult's help to cut the bottle! Here is a quick video to show you how to make it: 

Bubble Snakes Activity - Camp Little Victors from Mott Children's Hospital

These bubble snakes are an easy, fun activity your kids will love!Find full activity instructions at https://www.mottchildren.org/posts/camp-little-victors/b...

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