Remind yourself of what you learnt about symmetry yesterday. If you aren't quite sure, you can always have a quick watch of the video from yesterday.
Today we will be focusing on symmetrical patterns. What is a pattern? Where might you see symmetrical patterns? Have a look around your house to see if you can find any?
Watch through the video and then complete the worksheet. There are also the usual flashback 4 and true or false questions.
You could design your own symmetrical figure. If you have squared paper, use that to help you.
We would like you to create a travel brochure for a country of your choice, or you could even make up your own country. If you completed the holiday lesson from last week, you could do one of the places you 'visited'. What is a travel brochure and why do people use them? Can you find out what is included in one?
Some of the things we would like you to include:
If you are researching a country ask an adult before going on the internet. Make sure you understand what you are writing so don't just copy from a website. You could also 'visit' the country on https://earth.google.com/web/ (use street view icon) so you have an idea of what the place is like.
You will need to write in full sentences in paragraphs, grouping information about the same topic together. Write clearly as you are trying to persuade someone to visit.
You may want to design your own but there is a template below if you need it.
We would love to see what you get up to!
We will be carrying on with note taking today. Complete the worksheet by identifying the key points and then writing them out. We would then like you to find some information, either on the internet or in a book, read it and write out the key information in your neatest handwriting.
Where do you hear music? How does music make you feel? Put on different songs and think about how the song makes you feel. Does the song tell a story?
Today we would like you to either try learning a song or make a piece of music for a soundtrack to a film.
This website https://www.singup.org/singupathome/songs-for-learning/7-11 or https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/ have lots of songs with the lyrics which you can try singing! Alternatively, you can choose or even try writing a song of your own! Break the song down into parts and keep practicing until you can remember it. You could also try putting actions to the words to help you.
The document below explains the steps of writing a film soundtrack at home. Don't worry if you don't have an instrument at home, you could always make your own or use different items from around the house. There also different apps that can make music but ask any adult first.
Remember to share your work, it would be great to hear your music!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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