The Stories People Tell
Tuesday 13th December was the day we celebrated the end of our learning theme, The Stories People Tell. We came to school dressed as story characters.
Can you guess the characters and which story they are in?
2W looked at Kandinsky's painting of circles and then used what they had learnt about colour-mixing to create their own section.
We placed the pieces together.
Then we adapted and improved our work by moving each section .
How are you today, 2W? Here are some more learning tasks for you to do at home.
Watch the video below so that you can answer the learning question:
- Can I recall the 2 times-table?
Then do one of the following:
If you have not yet carried out yesterday’s Maths task, please look back at yesterday’s post and do that task.
- Can I show division as grouping?
- Can I solve a division word problem and explain what I did step by step?
If you need to, please continue with your fairy tale writing, using other posts on this blog to help.
Investigating Traditional Tales
Take a look at these websites:
Choose one of the stories and create a storyboard to show the key parts of the story from beginning to end. Please check your class blog to find out whether to choose a fable or a myth.
Choose two stories that you have read and click here for a sheet to explain your views about the stories that you have chosen.
Choose one of the stories. Draw a scene from the story; include two characters and a background. Add speech or thought bubbles to show what the characters are saying or thinking.
Letters and Sounds
Earth - Find the ai and ee words in the wordsearch below.