Happy 50th Day of Homeschooling!
To celebrate all your amazing achievements, I've made a little video. Thanks to everyone who responded to my 'secret plan' and sent in photos and also to those who took up The Power in Me challenge. Now, you'll know why!
You'll find the video at the link below, so make your home-school teacher a cup of tea, grab a glass of milk, have some biscuits, sit back and enjoy...
And don't forget to say thank-you to whoever has been helping you with all these fabulous activities. You couldn't do it without them!
Complete a 192 challenge. If you need more sheets, the document is on the Keller page in the folder called Daily Routines, General Resources and Links. If you would like some printed copies, please get in touch and I can leave some outside school for you.
I haven't seen many reading journal recently. Please do keep on reading. It it the most important skill that you will ever need. I would love to see what you are reading. What would you recommend? I read Frostheart by Jamie Littler recently and I think lots of you would love it. It is full of magic and adventure set in an icy world.
Oh, and don't forget to do a spelling test!
Please send me all your scores too! I am still keeping track. Dojo points available for improved scores!
Don't forget that it's Father's Day on Sunday. If you are stuck for ideas, here is a nice little video with 6 cards you could make!
L.O. To respond to a piece of music
Follow the Link to BBC Ten PIeces and listen to the most recent installement to listen to Mason Bates’ A Bao A Qu from his Anthology of Fantastic Zoology! (see the picture below).
The 2nd video is about writing a story in response to the music. You could choose to write the story or just describe a creature. Maybe it will inspire you to make a new shadow puppet in the shape of your creature ready for your puppet theatre!
Use the padlet below to tell me what you think about the music! What does it make you think about?
L.O. To make a shadow puppet theatre
Last week, you made a shadow puppet using split pins, so now we need somewhere to show them off! Below, you'll find a few ideas of how to make a shadow puppet theatre. If you don't have the right materials, I'm sure that you can get some ideas and make something similar. Maybe you could make a video and share it with me. If you email me firstname.lastname@example.org I will upload them onto the website for everybody to see.