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Week 2: 14.04.20

Week 2 timetable

Outdoor Learning Day;  Friday 17th April 2020

 

12-1 virtual picnic - we will (hopefully) be having a picnic together at school - it’d be lovely if you could join us at home- send in your pictures to homelearning@bowdoncs.org

 

At the bottom of this page are a selection of ideas which you could do at home - inside or in your own garden. You don’t have to do them all - just pick a few which are interesting to you, and that your grown-ups are happy with. There are lots of attachments in the zip file which has further information and instructions.

 

Power Maths information

Power Maths textbook references:

 

For Monday's Power Maths, you will need to open the link above for the online textbook and complete pages 208-211

For Tuesday's Power Maths, you will need to open the link above for the online textbook and complete pages 200-207

For Wednesday's Power Maths, you will need to open the link above for the online textbook and complete pages 212-215

For Thursday's Power Maths, you will need to open the link above for the online textbook and complete pages 216-219

For Monday's Power Maths, you will need to open the link above for the online textbook and complete pages 220-223

 

OPTIONAL:  Go through End of Unit check in Textbook on pages 224-225 to check understanding then complete the Power Maths Practice Book pages 166 - 167

Power Maths answer booklet

Outdoor Learning Day Activities

 

Art

  • Twig Pictures

    • Can you make a picture from twigs, leaves, petals etc that you have found on the floor? (Don’t pick flowers to use - you could get into lots of trouble!) You don’t have to stick them down - you could just lay it out on the floor or table and take a photo of it!

  • Drawing / Painting

    • Draw what you can see from your window or go outside and draw a close-up picture of a plant.

  • Muddy Faces

    • Use fallen leaves and twigs to make a face - see the sheet attached!

 
  • Bark and Leaf Rubbing.

    • Find some fallen leaves, can you make a picture using your rubbings?-see the sheets attached!

 

Science 

  • Birdwatching - Over 30 minutes see how many birds you can spot.

    •  Sit at a window  and use the spotter sheets to help you identify them. If you think you can be super quiet you could sit in the garden! Keep a tally chart of how many of each type you see. You Could put some bird food out if you have any to help attract them!-see the sheet attached!

 
  • Planting 

    • If you have any seeds, ask if you can plant and grow something. You will need to remember to look after them by watering them and talking to them too! (Plants like that!) 

 

DT

  • Cakes and Biscuits - a firm favourite of Mr Hamblett’s.

    • If you are allowed, bake some biscuits. Can you think of any interesting shapes to cut them into. You could make some fairy cakes or a big cake.You might even be allowed to decorate them.

    • If you can’t bake (I know there is an issue with flour) perhaps you could have a biscuit or piece of cake with your lunch or for snack!

 
  • Build a bird’s nest!

    • Follow the instructions on the sheet. If you haven’t got a branch which you can safely reach, just make it on the ground like swans and ducks do!

  • Make a minibeast home!

    • Find a quiet corner of the garden and make a safe place for minibeasts to live. Take care with sharp sticks - ask a grown-up if you need help! - see the sheet attached!

 

PE

  • Scavenger hunt

    • If you’re going out with an adult for a walk you could do this, or maybe in your garden.- see the sheet attached!

 

The Spring Activity Booklet (in the zip file) has lots of other activities - see the attachments for further information.


 
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