It's Father's Day in a few weeks. Why not create your own card to hand over on Sunday 21st June.
If you haven't yet made a walking horse, follow the link below for instructions on how to create one.
Normally during this half-term, we would read Kensuke's Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo. If you are able to get your hands on a copy, I would recommend that you read it - I love it! Without giving too much of the story away, how would you try to get home if you found yourself on a desert island?
Your challenge is to create a mini raft out of things lying around at home and then see if it floats in the bath or in a paddling pool. Good luck!
In the story, Kensuke paints in the style of the Japanese artist, Hokusai. One of his most famous paintings is the Great Wave off Kanagawa. Can you replicate this image by either sketching it or using the template below?
Below is a map of Kensuke's Kingdom. Can you replicate the map on tea/coffee stained paper? Alternatively, you can create your own ancient/treasure maps.
Forces! You will be learning about forces and aiming to create the best paper aeroplane!
Music! Listen to and appraise a popular song.
Drawing 3D Objects! There is a link to a tutorial on the worksheet and there is a challenge for the children to draw their own road/street!
There are many PE activities for the children to try out if you follow the links below...
Computing - Writing a Computer Program
Follow this link to the activity. The children will be problem solving and writing code to make there way through different mazes.
Activity link: https://hourofcode.com/code
The engineers at Dyson, the vacuum cleaner folks, have put together 44 engineering and science challenges. There's everything from making a tornado in a bottle to building a compass. Let us know if you complete any of the challenges.
Music! - Listen and Appraising
Listen to and appraise the Number 1 hit single 'Dance Monkey' by Tones and I. There are questions for you to answer on the worksheet below.
Geography - Design and Create Your Own Map!
You will be learning about maps and designing and creating you very own map for a zoo!
Science - Dissolving
You will be investigating different substances in hot and cold water and finding out whether the substances are soluble or insoluble.
Art - Sketching and Shading
You will be sketching and shading a piece off fruit of your choice. You challenge is to carefully draw the fruit, then shade where the shadows appear on the fruit and surface it is sitting on. Once you have finished, take a picture of your work and email it to your teacher.
Author and illustrator Rob Biddulph has put together many 'draw-along' videos on Twitter and YouTube. If you're feeling creative, have a go at one of his many tutorials and send us your finished pictures
Travel back in time and listen to the song below before appraising what you've heard by answering the questions on the worksheet.
BBC Bitesize - Algorithms and Debugging
Learn about programming and debugging.
This lesson includes: