Summer Week 11 - WB: 06/07/2020
Monday: Today we thought we would promote reading through the medium of Art. Little Inventors is a great site that has been used regularly by Beech class to create amazing designs. Please follow the link and have a go at Challenge 80: Draw yourself as a character from your favourite story. Don’t forget to upload your designs to get feedback from the inventors. https://www.littleinventors.org/events/little-inventors-daily-challenges/info after sharing a picture on dojo.
If you haven’t already done so, please follow the link to sign up https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/ .
Tuesday: We are partnering with the RNLI water safety campaign thus week. So today we thought you could do a bit of a floating experiment. Could you make a boat and see what you can put inside that will continue to flat. You could use a margarine tub, large bottle, this link to an origami boat or your own creative ideas. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEYfHp-uk0c
Wednesday: Today is water safety Wednesday promoted by the RNLI. Could you make your own ‘Be safe, have fun!’ poster or video for enjoying the beach this summer. There are ideas here https://rnli.org/youth-education/education-resources/water-safety-wednesdays. It would be great to be able to share your ideas.
Thursday: Concluding our RNLI mini theme, we thought you could get crafty. There were some lovely ideas on pinterest showing ways to make paper plate sea creatures. https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/321233385925970915/ Feel free to make your favourite, I am sure if you don’t have paper plates you could use paper or card. It’ll be exciting to work out all your creations.
Friday: As mentioned last week, today is Fitness Friday. What sport or physical activity could you do today? Could you get your whole family involved? Why not log on to our school Travel to Tokyo account and log your activities – we are already making some great progress. Please log it on https://www.getset.co.uk/travel-tokyo/log-activity. The school’s postcode is NE61 5LZ, then just select your child’s key stage for their team.