Choose any category that you want to work on and a game to play.
We are now looking at weighing items over the next few lessons.
Look at the learning summary on millilitres.
Now watch this video.
YEAR 2- SUMMER TERM- WEEK 10- LESSON 4
Afterwards I would like you to try the sheet attached below and check your work against the answers.
Remember, you can either print it, write the answers out or discuss them with a family member.
If your child finds the White Rose sheet fairly easy I have also attached an additional problem solving activity. As that suggests the questions are more tricky, take time and are to extend learning further. They get more difficult as you work through them. The answers are also provided to support you to review the work.
You can also refer to the knowledge organiser from Monday to support your learning.
Think about your future! What job would you like to do in the future? Where do you hope to be living?
You can either write a letter to your future self
First, draw a picture of you when you are grown up. You may be a Doctor, married with 3 children living in Bury. You might be a computer games designer living in London. After you have drawn your picture write some sentences explaining what you will be doing, with who and where you will be. What are your hopes?
TOPIC- self portrait
This is your topic work for yesterday and today.
A portrait is a picture of one person or a small group of people.
Artists are often asked to create a portrait for somebody or they might create one for someone they love or admire.
A self-portrait is a where the artist creates a picture of themselves, like a selfie.
Portraits can be done using different materials, colours or techniques.
In the following video, from the Schools Art and Design series, artist Emma Majury demonstrates how to draw a self portrait.
> Watch all the videos
> Learn about different artists
THIS WILL BE YOUR TOPIC WORK FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW.
Have a go at creating a self-portrait of your inner and outer self - you will need paper, a pencil, colouring crayons or felt tips and a mirror.
Draw a line down the centre of your paper and on one side draw what you look like in the mirror - this is your outer self.
Then, on the other side, draw your thoughts, emoticons, feelings and hobbies (the things people don't normally see) - this is your inner self.
Create a portrait of a face in the style of Arcimboldo by drawing fruit or vegetables.
Think about which fruit or vegetables could be used for:
You will need paper, a pencil and colouring crayons or felt tips.