Thursday 26th March
Thursday 26th March
Good Morning Year 6
Have you logged in to Purple Mash yet? Make this your first job of the day!
I hope you are working through your pack, choosing at least one maths, one English and one other task to work on. I also have some tasks for you to do today if you want to work on something new.
You will need to use your close observational skills, your imagination and your problem solving abilities to complete the challenges below.
Click on the link at the bottom of the page to complete the maths investigation. Record your thinking in your project book.
You can print the pages off if you want to, but you don’t need to – just read on screen and write your working in your learning journal.
I would like you to have a go at doing some creative writing today. Can you use this image from www.pobble365.com to fire your imagination? Remember that you can scroll below the picture for story ideas and ways to start writing
It is the feast of the Annunciation this week. This when the Angel Gabriel visited Mary to tell her that she was going to have child.
Click on the link below and have a look at this wonderful painting by Jan Van Eyck. You can zoom in and study the finest details. You can see how the artist layered the paint and the cracks on the surface. Look at the amazing colours; the angel’s wings are simply wonderful. As you look at the painting, ask yourself the following questions, even better, talk to someone about them.
How do you think Mary is feeling in this painting? Why?
Can you see any symbols in the painting? There are lots! What are they and what do you think they mean?
If you have time, look for some other annunciation paintings and compare them. Do you notice that these symbols appear time and time again?
Play 'Think of a Sentence'
Choose 5 random letters from the alphabet and create as many silly sentences as you can.
Here's one to start you off
B N L O P - Bears never like opening parcels.
Your turn! Share some of your silly sentences on the blog.
Finally, remember Purple Mash!
Have a good day!