What a fantastic final week of Home Learning and what a great World Book Day! Below you can see pictures of both. Today there are more World Book activities to finish the week. Thank you Mrs Altoft for all your hard work in preparing the World Book Day blogs for everyone!
Earlier this week I promised a sneak preview of the classroom ready for your return on Monday. Later today I will be posting some pictures so if you want to find out what it will be like, pop back later for a look.
Finally from me, a huge THANK YOU to you all for all your hard work and to all your grown ups for all their help in supporting you to keep learning. Fingers crossed this will be the last time we need to do this. I can’t wait to see you on Monday.
Hi, Mrs Altoft here again today with your FINAL day of Home Learning and our second day of celebrating
I have heard amazing things from your class teachers about your work yesterday – lets have another great day today!
Before we get started with today’s activities, please make sure your book cover/picture you made yesterday is visible in a window/in your garden for all to see from outside – it will be needed in Activity 2.
Activity 1 – We are going to start the day with a D.E.A.R session – we are going to DROP EVERYTHING AND READ!
This morning, I would like everyone, whether at home or at school, to find something interesting to read and build a den or find a cosy spot and then READ!
Perhaps you could make a crown to wear while you read.
Or some bunting to decorate your den.
Remember to share your photos on Seesaw/Evidence Me so we can see you all reading – I hope to make a display back at school.
Activity 2 – So, yesterday I set you the challenge of creating a book cover/picture for one of the following books and then asked you to display it in a window or your garden.
Today I would like you to go on a walk around the village to see what book covers you can see.
Here are some of the fab pictures you are looking for…
As you walk, please make a tally chart of the different books you find – you will need the results for the next part of the activity.
When you return from your walk, I would like you to create a graph to show which book you found the most. You could use Purple Mash or make a bar graph or pictogram. Year 5/6 perhaps you could really challenge yourself and create a pie chart.
Activity 3 – The official illustrator for World Book Day 2021 is Rob Biddulph. If you are currently in my class, or were in my class last year, you will know that I love to try drawing like the artist himself by following his videos. For our final activity I would like you to try a ‘Draw with Rob’.
Here is the link to his you tube channel…choose a video and get drawing!
So, that’s it! You have finished your home learning journey!! WE WILL SEE YOU ALL BACK AT SCHOOL ON MONDAY!!!!!
World Book Day are holding a competition asking you to share photos from World Book Day. There are 4 different categories shared over 4 weeks – please share some of the fab work you have completed with your child.
More information can be found on the following link.