Register at 9.30
Hit the button warm up
Measuring perimeter on a grid
Please read the beach comber poem (link in title above). If you can, have someone read it to you and take yourself to the beach. You are walking in the sand with bare feet. Feel the sand between your toes. Hear the waves lapping at the shore line. It is a sensory delight.
Our learning objective over the next week is to write a poem about found objects, real or imagined, and express some feelings about them. Using the framework of Beachcomber to help us with structure.
Looking at the poem, underline or note the unknown words - use a dictionary to find out their meanings and write down the definition please.
Draw each item the beachcomber finds in pencil, think about how it would look lying on the beach, what might it have on it. Draw the images he describes, paying careful attention to the image you think of when you read the poem.
Our topic is Brazil, so Thursday afternoon Mrs White will be teaching Art in class. She will be showing the children this image of Brazil's Carnival.
Carnival footage one
Carnival footage two
(Please be careful watching just any footage on you tube as some videos do not have child friendly content)
For your art this afternoon, please sketch this image (also below) and try to replicate it using colourful colours, pen, oil pastels, or anything you have that would liven us all up a bit!
SCARF - We have been doing weekly SCARF lessons, this program is a whole-school approach to promoting good behaviour, safety, achievement and wellbeing.
Please find a link below to activities you can do aimed at the aged 7 - 9 year old bracket.
Keeping Myself Safe