Join me at 11:00 for our class catch up! The details are on my blog.
Complete your 192 challenge and your spelling test. I've created a padlet for your to input your scores into. (A dojo point if you do this!)
L.O. To make changes to a 3D Model
Follow the link for lesson 2 of the 3D modelling lesson from the Oak Academy. If you haven't done last week's lesson, you will need to do that first. You will need to access the programme called Tinkercad in order to do the lesson and join our class. I will post the login details on the blog.
You can have choice for music today. You can watch the Young Voices @ home following the link below or choose Rhythm from the Ten Pieces at home Menu by following the link below. If you do this, you may need the worksheet below.
Let me know what you have done!
If you watch the Young Voices, listen for the shout out to Sycamore class!
L.O. To use pointillism to create a scene
Look at the picture below. How do you think it was created?
Watch the video below to learn what pointillism is and how you can recreate it at home.
In the video, he creates a picture of a flower. You could try to copy what he does or if you want a challenge, you could try to make a river scene. If you don't have cotton buds at home, you could use the wrong end of a paintbrush or pencil.
Don't forget to share your work. I love seeing you in the photos too, especially when you are showing your artwork.
Catch Up time
If you have any spare time today, you could practise your times tables, handwriting and spelling. Make sure that your MyMaths is up to date and that you are reading.
I have noticed that some people still have not done any Accelerated Reading quizzes yet. You should be reading for at least 20 minutes a day, so even if you are reading a long book, I would have expected you to have finished it by now!
If the book, you have read does not have a quiz, write a short book review of it on the blog for everyone else to enjoy!
As you are using the computers a lot more at the moment, it might be a good idea to get better at typing! Use the BBC dancemats website below to learn how!