Good morning children.
We hope that you were able to enjoy the snow yesterday and get on with your home learning. A big well done to Daisy for her wonderful Storyboard about Noah. It is lovely to see you engaging with all aspects of your learning! For your Geography today you have a change to get out and about Brewood or you local area. Remember to take photos of the human and physical features you see.
WOW: To present data using bar charts
Today in maths you will be learning how to present and show information in a bar chart given to you in tables. You will need to read the tables carefully to understand what information they are giving you and then have a go at presenting the information accurately in a bar chart.
Take a look at the slides and then complete the correct level work for you. If you prefer, there is a more hands-on activity included. For this you will need to use lego (or a similar building block) to present the information given to you in a bar chart.
WOW: reasoning and problem solving with bar charts.
Go through the slides and complete your level activity answering the questions in your books.
WOW: To learn about the physical and human features of our local area.
Today you will be learning what physical and human features are and exploring them in your local area.
Firstly, go through the slides provided and see if you can sort which are physical and human features.
With an adult, go on a walk around Brewood, or your local area, to see what physical and human features you can find. Take photos of places of interest such as shops, parks, canals etc. Think about how the roads are laid out and how places fit together and why this might be?
Once home, print off these pictures and organise them into human and physical features on either the sheet provided or a blank sheet of paper (3 star work). You can label them too.
If you are unable to go out and about then use Google maps and the satellite function to zoom in and take a snapshot of a human or physical feature in Brewood.
WOW: To create a shape inspired painting and turn it into a puzzle in the style of Judith Rothschild.
Start off by going around the room you are in and looking for different shapes. What have you found?
You will use these shapes today to inspire your art work. Using the video and instruction sheet, have a go at creating your own shape inspired painting and turn it into a puzzle for you or someone else to play with.
You will need paper, scissors, a pencil, water colours, water and a paintbrush (if you don't have these then just use felt tips or colouring pencils).