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Reading—Roald Dahl—George’s Marvellous Medicine. Start from the chapter Marvelous Medicine Number Three (1 hour and 1 minute) until the chapter Goodbye Grandma (1 hour and 6 minutes). This YouTube video has both audio and visual so you are able to follow the text as you listen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63Rl-UspWdY
Activity one—Read and listen to the chapters.
Activity two—Answer the questions below in your jotter neatly.
Activity three— Draw a stage setting that could be used for the chapters read. The template below will help you draw the stage. Draw any additional props that may be added or removed.
Please send your stage for the chapters read to firstname.lastname@example.org
Maths - Activity one - Play a maths game of your choice - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
Activity 2 - Complete the worksheet below in your jotter neatly. This worksheet requires you to divide.
Writing—As it is the summer holidays next week, I would like for you to write an acrostic poem based on summer. Watch this video to recap acrostic poems—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybexYTzmZ5Y
There are some examples below.
Art - This week in for art we are looking at the art of artist Michael Brennand-Wood. He is a visual artist, curator, lecturer and arts consultant. He is internationally regarded as one of the most innovative and inspiring artists working in textiles. Michael has explored and developed his own techniques inventing many new and imaginative ways of integrating textiles with other media.
Have a look at some of his work below.
Activity one - Write a comment of what you thought about each picture in your jotter (click on the image to make it bigger). Make sure you look closely at how he has built up his pictures and think about the material he has used.
Using whatever materials and textiles you have in your house, or even just by drawing can you now create your own piece of art in the style of Michael Brennand-Wood. I look forward to seeing what you come up with!
Remember to complete the weekly challenge sometime this week and to take pictures of your work to email your teacher. :)
Have a great day. Remember if you have any questions to email email@example.com