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"Let your light shine in all you say and do" Matthew 5:16

Franklin

English

 

Watch and enjoy this clip from Peter Pan:

 

Peter Pan - Flying to Never Land [HD] - YouTube

 

Imagine that you are Wendy. You are writing a letter to you best friend to tell them all about your first experience of flying. (See the example below).

Think about the events that happened to you, how you were sprinkled with dust and then how you could fly.

What did you see as you were flying?

How did you feel as you were flying?

Try to include some of the new words that you found for flying yesterday.

Could you also include some prepositions (describing position or direction) in your description? E.g. above below, beneath, within, outside, beyond.

Example Letter:

Dear …,

You won’t believe what happened to me today! I have been flying! Peter, from Neverland, sprinkled some magic fairy dust on me and I could fly! We all soared up into the sky and glided past the tallest of buildings. At one point we were right next to Big Ben!

 

Remember to read back through your work to check that it makes sense. Check that you have punctuated your work correctly.

Year 3 Maths

 

Here is today's worksheets. Remember what you have learned this week to help you.

Year 4 Maths

 

Today, you are continuing your learning about division. Watch this lesson before you go to the worksheets.

 

Short division (Part 2) (thenational.academy)

Art

 

This week's Art lesson is a whole school challenge!

 

The title of your piece of art will be 'From My Window'.

 

Choose a window in your house. It could be your bedroom window, the window in your lounge or kitchen. 

 

For safety: Whichever window you choose, make sure you can see out of it safely. You do not need to lean out of or open the window to see your view.

 

Your task today is to create a picture of the view from your window. Here are some ideas to help you decide how you are going to create your artwork:

You can sketch your view using different marks and shading with a pencil.

You could produce a picture using black pen.

You can paint your view.

You could even make a collage using coloured paper, fabric or any other materials. (If you choose to do collage, make sure you ask a grown up if it is okay to use the materials you have chosen.)

 

The choice is yours! We look forward to seeing your creations.

And finally...

 

Have a good half term break!

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