I hope you are enjoying our week all about Magic!
To get excited for magic watch the video clip below. It is Darcy Oakes audition for Britains Got Talent. Can you work out how he did his magic tricks?
Here is your home learning for today! Please don’t forget to send it to our class email as I would love to see it!
On Monday you created your own spells, yesterday you learnt ‘Room on the Broom’ and created your story maps. Today you are going to plan your own version of these stories.
Here is a link to ‘Room On The Broom’ again. To rewrite and innovate the story, you’ll need to know it really well so make sure you watch it to remind yourself of the story.
Here are the main points of the story which you used to make your story maps. You are going to use these to plan your story and create your own main points. You need to innovate on the story so what else could the witch lose? Who helps the witch? What beasts and monsters does she face? How does the witch solve the issue? Maybe you could use a wizard as yours main character instead of a witch?
Remember you are not writing the story your are just planning it so bullet point your main events and key ideas. Maybe you could create a list of adjectives and sentence starters you are going to include in your writing.
Today we are going to use the bite size daily for out maths work. Today’s lesson is all about dividing a two digit number by a one digit number. Remember to use bar models to help you.
Below there is a clip from How to train your dragon. It shows lots of different types of dragons.
Your job today is to design and make your own dragon. To start with you need to create a factfile about your dragon which includes these things:
Once you have done this you are going to make your dragon. You can do this using a paper plate, lollypop sticks, toilet roll holders or any other art supplies or resources you have. You could just draw a picture or paint one. It is completely up to you. Below I have put some pictures to give you some examples of what you could do.
Why not try the circuit activities below again or follow Joe wicks PE lesson on youtube. Or you could go for a run or a walk around your local area. You could take photos of the things you see that make you feel happy.