Week Beginning 5th October 2020
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For the Whole Week
English for the week:
Here are 2 online lessons that will help with your spellings
We are reading the poem 'Albert and the Lion' this week
(If printing, find the 'Albert and the Lion' poem in the contents page and just print that (2 pages)
The English lessons for the week are here
This webpage will help you with the work on word classes
You can find a document to help you with Friday's prepositions work here
Computing. Which social networks have you heard of? Do you or anybody you know use them? You can see on this page our class Twitter account.
Watch this video and make a poster that we could put up at school to remind people how to stay safe.
Think about what unconditional love means and who loves us unconditionally.
Watch the power point and the you tube clip about the prodigal son. Write the questions and answer them in full sentences on paper (this can then be stuck into your RE book). Complete the next activity comparing the son’s behaviour.
Complete the next activity: where are you in the story? Which brother are you and why?
RE Lesson 2
Look at the 3 images of famous paintings. What do the pictures show? Create your own image showing forgiveness and reconciliation between a parent and child.
Think about the work we did about having our needs met. Think about three things that you have that Jamie from the clip does not have. How do these things help us to learn? Write some ideas in your book.
Now look at the power point about our school code of conduct. Create a poster to show our school code of conduct. Do this on paper so it can be stuck into your book.
Art: Drawing eyes. Look at how the eye is built up below.
Practise drawing some eyes. When you can do this confidently, look in a mirror and try to draw an eye that looks like yours! When you come back into school, we will be looking at noses and mouths too!