Gratitude Scavenger Hunt
Don't forget to head over to our purple mash blog about finding things you are grateful for each day. I have added a post about and it's nice to see some of your lists too! You can add as little as one thing you are grateful for rather than complete the whole scavenger hunt but on Friday, your Literacy task will link to completing it all! So... today is your last chance to add a post.
Here is a picture of my Gratitude Scavenger Hunt
Click on the link above.
This will take you to the White Rose lessons for Summer Term 1 – these are the maths plans we follow in school, so you’ll be very used to the different methods and diagrams they use. Simply click on Summer Term - Week 2 (w/c 27th April)
Watch the video slides – pause and rewind as you need to. Then, answer the questions on the activity sheets in your exercise book.
The answers are there for you to check, too.
Your screen should display the image below when you get to the website. You can either click on the links for the activity sheets and answers, or I've put them below, too. (You will need to go on the website for the video, though.)
Story: Continue a story
Today you are going to continue the story of Fantastic Beasts
Click on this link for the lesson: Continue a story
There are several activities within the lesson all based on Fantastic Beasts, the famous story by J.K.Rowling. The lessons will look a lot like the lessons you have in school! There are quizzes and videos and white board slides.
Start the lesson with the quiz, you can check your scores, then click on ‘Next Activity’ on the bottom right of the screen. (The quizzes open in a new tab, so if you can’t move on to the next activity, you might need to close that window – ask an adult if you’re unsure.)
When you get to the main activity, I would like you to use slide 8-13 to help you write your story. If you keep this web browser up on these slides and then open Purple Mash on a new tab. You will have a 2do task set. I would like you to continue writing the story using the purple mash document. I look forward to reading your stories.
Click on the link below where you will find a music lesson all about beat boxing using rhythmic patterns. Watch the video and take part in the activities when instructed to do so.