As we listen to our music today I would like you to take time to remember some of the wonderful nature you have seen on your walks, in your gardens or on the beach. Which parts of your local environment make you happy? Please give thanks to the Lord for the wonderfully, beautiful world that we live in.
Remember you do not have to copy out all of the questions, especially if they use complicated diagrams.
Your answers and any workings out are enough.
Lessons this week from: Summer Term - Week 6 (w/c 1st June)
The question and answer sheets are now only found at the bottom of this page as you need a subscription to see them.
Watch the lesson and complete the sheet too: Lesson 1 - Multiply unit and non-unit fractions by integers
The sheets for lesson 1 (questions and answers) are found in the resources at the bottom of this page.
Sessions 1: Getting into the story: Exploring prior knowledge and setting the scene In the best picture books illustration and text work closely together to create meanings.
Children are naturally drawn to the illustrations in a book and are frequently far more observant than an adult reader. Time spent focusing on illustration or key props can contribute to children’s ability to read for meaning, express their ideas and respond to the texts they encounter. Introducing a new book with a key illustration or props is a way to intrigue and motivate the children to want to find out more.
- What are your initial impressions and responses about the image above. What is the first word, phrase or association that comes to mind? What does the image remind you of? Note down your reflections.
- Now on an orange piece of paper (or orange pencil shaded piece of white paper) using a brown pencil or pen, note any words or phrases that describe the colour, textures and shapes referenced in your first impressions and reflections.
Art and Design
We will be looking at Aboriginal art.
The lesson can be found in the PDF below.
ONLY DO THE OUTLINES THIS WEEK, DO NOT DO ANY DOTS!!! We will look at this next Tuesday in the art lesson.