We are looking at strength again today. What do you think it means to how strength? Does it always mean being able to lift something heavy or can it mean other things? Take the time to reflect on the word strength. I would like you to create an illustrated strength word showing what you think it means. I have put an example under the bible quote below.
Today we are continuing to explore and look at fractions. Today we are looking at our first day of subtracting fractions from each other.
The videoes are found in the link below.
You can also access the videos by scanning the QR code below:
Alongside working through the video content, there is also a work sheet that will expand on subtracting fractions from each other.
Having created pictures of an ice inspired setting yesterday, we are going to work towards creating a setting description on Friday.
We created a brilliant language harvest of phrases yesterday that I have placed here below.
The sentences we are going base are writing from today will all be around describing the setting.
When we describe a setting, the place we are in, we use our senses to say what is around us. We use our eyes to describe what we can see. We use our fingers to feel twhat is around us. We use our noses to smell what is around us. We use our ears to experience sounds around us. Finally we can use our tongue to find tastes of things.
To help you with your sentence writing and using senses there are a range of different word mats below here to use.
We are going to be exploring maps and recording what the world looks like this term. The earth we live on is separated into land and water. These bodies of land we call continents and the areas of water we call oceans and seas. There are a total of seven continents and five oceans. Watch the video below and planet Earth herself will explain this to you.
I would like you create your very own world map or model that shows the seven continents labelled and the five oceans labelled as well. You can make it out of anything and with anything you want. It can be any colours, it does not need to be real to life.
Below is a blank world map as well as blank 3d model if you would like to use them instead.
We are going to look at and explore the work of Claude Monet this term. I would like you research who he was.
Some ideas to try and find out are:
-When was he born
-Where was he born
-Did he have any brothers and sisters
-He did he live
-What art did he create?
-What materials he use
-Was he married
-Did he have any children
You can research anything you would like on Monet but these may help you. You can present you learning in any way you would like as well. Be creative!