Wednesday 3rd Feb
Meeting ID: 998 2015 5704
Joe Wicks continues his daily exercise routines. Today either spend 20 minutes doing his latest workout or go onto the getset4PE and choose a couple of activities.
The second activity today is:
Start todays lesson with five in five.
If you feel confident then you can attempt questions 6 and 7.
Today’s activity is based on direct speech punctuation.
Take your time and try and score 100%, take your time – remember I give house points if you get 90% or 100%.
Please make sure you have your copy of – The Boy at the Back of the Class and login to our Guided Reading Zoom session.
You will need a device in order to complete todays task. It is your turn to become a movie producer. Find some toys – Lego is the easiest one to start with. Take a single photograph, then move the pieces slightly. This takes a lot of patience as the smaller amount you move the better the stop animation looks. For example in Wallace and Gromit, they take around 24 pictures for 1 second. I’m not suggesting you take that many.
Most phones, tablets have simple apps where you can then put your photographs together to make a short stop motion video.
If you can do this your video only needs to be about 20 – 30 seconds long.
Here is a video by Luca in year 6. It is about mindfulness, in it he uses the stop motion techniques I’d like you to try.
When you have finished I would love to see your work.
Most of us will now be aware that the Inspirational Captain Tom has sadly passed away.
Picture News have added some information - take a moment to think about his legacy - what he achieved! At 99 he raised nearly 40 million pounds for the NHS.
I speak for a nation when I say - Thank You Captain Tom.
On the main class page is a link to picture news. Click on the Picture News - newspaper and have a read.
Have a look at the other sections.
When you are ready click on the one that says Learning From Home. There are 6 ideas – choose 3 of them to have a go at. You can choose from:
- Think about a time when you climbed up something. How did you feel as you climbed? How did you feel when you reached the top?
- Read and research a mountain of your choice from anywhere in the world
- Mountain maths! Look at the table on home resource 2 and answer the questions.
- Find out where the following mountains are and locate them on a world map
- There are mountains all over the world! Can you find out how they are formed?
- Create a picture of a mountain or a mountain range.
The learning at home page has more details for each task.
Chapter 13 is now uploaded and you can listen to it by clicking on the link in the Class novel page.