Good Morning and Happy Friday!
Well, we’ve reached the end of another week. We hope that yours has been a good one.
Here are your tasks for today:
Maths – Arithmetic Friday – yeah!
As always, choose the Year 4 or Year 5 paper (or both as many of you tell us you like to do!):
Use all you have read over the past two weeks about Titanic to create either of these two writing
Non chronological report:
Create a non chronological report about Titanic. Select the topics you found most interesting and write a section for each.
Infographic (a collection of images, charts and short pieces of text to provide
an easy to understand overview of a topic).
Create an infographic about particular key facts for the Titanic. An example of an infographic
- Sinking the ‘Unsinkable’ can be found here:
Remember to read back through your work and check your spelling and punctuation.
Art - Work inspired by our English work – Titanic.
We would like you to create a piece of artwork inspired by your learning about Titanic. You can make it as simple or as elaborate (intricate/detailed/decorative) as you like. Use any media/medium which appeal/s to you: pencils, pencil crayons, felt tips, crayons, paint, collage, modelling clay/play-doh, recycled materials (to make a junk model) or even a computer-based art program. You can base your piece on the boat or anything else that is related to what you have learnt.
There is no time limit for this activity – take as long as you want to produce your work (we know that some of you like to spend hours on your masterpieces!).
Don’t forget to send us photos of your creations – we would love to see them.
Happy creating! 🎨
If you need inspiration, there are lots of ‘how to’ videos on Youtube – however, it is very important (in fact, absolutely crucial 😉) that you ask an adult’s permission before viewing these, as there are some videos/adverts on this site that are not suitable for you to watch (I choose ‘Skip Ads’ when the option becomes available).
Some videos I found for drawing the Titanic that seemed ok (although I didn’t watch them all the way through) were:
Hope you have a lovely weekend,
Miss Wood and Mrs Canipa