Parallel and perpendicular lines is the topic of maths today. Follow the video to find out what these two words mean before having a go at the worksheet. https://vimeo.com/430337089
Have a look around you house and find some parallel and perpendicular lines.
Explain what you have learnt about horizontal and vertical and parallel and perpendicular lines this week.
Today is all about adjectives. Remind yourself of what an adjective and think of some examples. Why do we use them in our writing? Have a go at the adjective game on pages 11-13. Use interesting adjectives and always think about where that adjective fits in with what you're writing about.
We look forward to seeing your work!
Start by making sure you are ready to write. We will be looking at the join to and from f - ff. Practice forming the letter 'f' and then the join 'ff'. Then match the rhyming words on the sheet and write neatly. Choose some of these words and write in sentences.
Today we will be looking at a 3-dimension form of artwork called sculpture. Common materials include, clay, metal, wood, stone, ice even foods! It can also be created through putting different materials together. Really a sculpture can be made out of anything. Have a look at the pictures of sculptures below and you might like to do more research of your own.
We would like you to create your own sculpture from materials you already have at home or garden (or you could collect things if you go out for a walk). Please check with an adult first that all your materials are safe. Your sculpture can be any design you want but you must be able to explain what it is and why you have created it. Try to make it meaningful to you. As always, take pictures and share with us.
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