Today we will be carrying on with looking at perimeter but looking at rectilinear shapes (a shape made up of two or more rectangles). Remind yourself how to calculate perimeter. Watch the video below before having a go at the worksheet.
To finish, we would like you to create your own rectilinear shapes and calculate the perimeter. How many different designs can you make?
Today we would like you to have a go at 'The adjective game'on page 7 and 'Talk like an expert game' on page 8.
Remember to share your work on the Purple Mash blog!
Remember to warm your hands up and your pencil is sharp. Are you sitting in the correct position. Today's joins are 'cc' and 'dd'. When you have practiced the joins, match the definitions to the words in the bubble. Find the 3 joins that you need to improve and practice writing those out three times.
Carrying on with Children's art week, we will be looking at pattern landscape today. Look at the pictures below for some inspiration. What is a pattern? A pattern is a repetitive decorate design. Spend some time doodling and practicing different patterns.
Next think about a landscape you could draw. It could be somewhere you can see such as your garden or house or maybe somewhere you have a seen a picture of or visited like a beach, hilly area or even a forest.
Next you need to lightly sketch your design. Make sure it is big and uses the whole piece of paper. Don't press too hard. You don't need to add detail, it just needs to be a rough outline.
When you are happy with your sketch, you need to think about the patterns and colours you will use. Are you going to use the same colours as in the landscape or choose bolder, brighter colours?
You may also want to use a black pen to draw the bold outline.
Please share your work on the blog or send into firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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