In maths today we will be comparing angles. Yesterday you learnt about right angles. Can you remember what a right angle is? In the video you will learn the names of angles greater than or less than 90° then compare them. Watch the video to learn more and the have a go at the worksheet.
First of all recap the story and the background information from yesterday. We would then like you to have a go at the following activities
Explain as fully as you can.
Today we will be looking at the 'dis' prefix and how the 's' joins to different letters. Sort the words given on the table. What other 'dis' words do you know? Write three below and then write in some sentences.
This week is children's art week so there will be 4 different styles of art for you to try out this week. Think about where you see art around you. Even clothes fashion and design buildings and houses is a form of art. Do you know any famous artists?
Today we will be looking at illustrators. What is an illustrator and can you think of any well known people?If you have any books at home, have a look at the illustrator. Sometimes the author illustrates their own books.
Today we will be looking at the illustrator Rob Biddulph. He is a bestselling and multi award-winning author/illustrator. He is also the official World Book Day Illustrator for 2019 and 2020.
Explore his website here http://www.robbiddulph.com/home.
During lockdown Rob has been doing draw along videos on his YouTube channel and even broke the Guinness World Record for the largest ever online art class when 45,611 people tuned in to his live #DrawWithRob YouTube class!!
We would like you to have a go at following some of his drawing lessons on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/robbiddulph72.
Then we would like you to become an illustrator and design your own book cover. It could be for a story you have written recently, one you will write or redesigning a book cover you have at home. You could even draw illustrations to go with your story.
We would love to see your designs on the blog!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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