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Monday

Good morning Ospreys, I hope you have had a lovely long weekend and that, after all our research last week, you remembered VE Day on Friday! I enjoyed a scrumptious cream tea in my garden.

Here's to Week 6!! Good luck and I hope you enjoy. Any problems, let me know.

Miss Grant x

 

English

Similar to a couple of weeks ago, this week our work will be based on this short animation:

https://www.literacyshed.com/takingflight.html

In your own words, write down what you think this video is about; what is happening? What do you think the moral of the story might be?

Maths

Similar to Friday, today we are all going to be completing the same activity, all about Roman Numerals. Below are the important Roman numerals that unfortunately we just need to practise until we know off by heart. 

Here is a video to watch that will help you understand how to read and write Roman Numerals:

How to Read Roman Numerals.mp4

Still image for this video

No worksheet today, instead have a go at these questions: 

https://www.transum.org/software/SW/Starter_of_the_day/Students/Roman_Numerals.asp

Start with Level 1 and then try Level 6, the buttons at the bottom of the page allow you to move to some much trickier Roman numerals but go careful, they do get very hard!!

Topic - Art

Learn more about how to draw eyes. You could use this tutorial for some top tips:

Easy way to draw a realistic eye for Beginners step by step.mp4

Still image for this video

Decide on a person to draw the eyes of; this could be a historical figure, a celebrity or a character from a story. Draw a powerful piece to show ‘Through the eyes of…’ Show what the person you have chosen may have seen; for example, if you chose a person alive in the Stone Age, think about what they may have seen.

Challenge: You could try to convey the emotion of the person, like the sadness or surprise in the eyes of the last two pieces below.


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