Re-read pages 7-19.Make notes about Blue Wolf:
-How does he feel being in the enclosure?
-What does he think of the boy staring at him?
-Why is he pacing up and down?
-What happened to his eye?
-What does he think about humans?
-What do we know about his past? Where does he come from? Who were his family? Who was the she-wolf?
2. Write a paragraph from Blue wolf's point of view about how he feels being in the enclosure. Aim for WOW words and a variety of sentence types.
Maths: After your lesson input, complete the next lesson from your Power Maths practice book. You can find the pages by clicking here. Mark your work with the answer sheet provided and upload your work to your folder on Purple Mash.
Year 5: You have an end of unit check to do which I have allocated to you on Active Learn. Alternatively, you can open the document below. Please do this without any support so that I can see how you have understood this unit. I will send the answers in the afternoon so that you can mark your work. Upload this to Purple Mash so that I can see.
There is also a 'deepen' task below for you to have a go at if you finish quickly and are ready for an extra challenge.
Topic/Art: Today I'd like you to learn about the work of Esther Mahlangu and
Ndebele designs ( pronounced Uhn-duh-bee-lee) and have a go at recreating some similar designs. Follow the lesson steps below:
1. Look at the lesson slides (below) to see some of his designs and answer the questions.
2.Now watch the short video clip so that you can see the designs come to life.
3.Now have a go at recreating a freehand Ndebele design on a sheet of plain paper. Focus on the
outlines of your design being symmetrical and use geometric shapes. If you can, use black ink or
paint to create the outlines before adding colour.
4. Extra challenge: If you have enjoyed this, then why not use the template below to create a hut and decorate with the same design? Make sure you draw the pattern on before constructing the hut.
5. Upload your creations to Purple Mash.
Pictures of Mpumalanga's Ndebele people often adorn posters and guidebooks to South Africa because of their dazzlingly painted traditional homesteads and col...
PE: Today we would have had Charlotte teach us the next stage of our dance in PE. Can you remember what she taught you last week? Charlotte has kindly put together some videos to help you remember and to introduce you to the next part of the dance. Find a bit of space, watch Lesson 1 and join in, then watch Lesson 2. Feel free to play this and practise as much as you like!
I can't wait to see your moves when we're back in school next week!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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