Good morning Rabbits
Well we are galloping towards the end of another week. Time is flying!
Here is another brain-teaser to get you wide awake this morning:
Music: Please follow the session for your year group:
Year 2: . Wake up https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=5idAk316hpY&feature=emb_logo
2. I like the flowers https://www.singup.org/singupathome/relaxing-soothing
3. The Doubling song https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=I4pJiHOlAgE&feature=emb_logo
Listening Minute of Listening – Sound Map Listen carefully to the sounds around you. Use the worksheet to draw a map of where they are and describe their sounds. https://d1ovsp3jtaqdje.cloudfront.net/uploads/2018/01/MOL_Sound_Mapping_New.pdf
Year 3: Singing 1. I left my luggage (Day 4) https://www.nycos.co.uk/daily-activities/ This is a lot like a rhyme we have done in music lessons!
2. ‘Chumbara’ (Day 9) https://www.nycos.co.uk/daily-activities/
3. As the sun rises on a new day https://www.singup.org/singupathome/sign-language-makaton
4. Aint gonna let nobody turn me around https://www.singup.org/singupathome/empowering-inspiring
5. I have a song to sing https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=100&v=QpdQrp2is4A&feature=emb_logoSSomething to think about https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ext/pdfs/outoftheark-at-home/SongActivity-I-HAVE-A-SONG-TO-SING.pdf
Listening Drumming Styles around the World Compare the ways people create different music with drums across the world. How is Japanese Taiko different from Brazilian Samba? Use the worksheet to write as many differences as you can.
Taiko – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mbbp7rNTj7o Samba – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQLvGghaDbE
English: You have lessons on line – you will be following either Oak Academy or BBC Bitesize so please continue with those lessons.
Maths: I have the white rose maths links below. If you would rather, here is a link to some different types of worksheets:
Project: I hope you enjoyed the cartoon version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. For today, I want you to do a little research about Midsummer. I have provided a link to information and I would like you to answer the questions on the sheet.
Summer Pudding: here is a recipe for a traditional English pudding that we eat around this time of year https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/classic-summer-pudding
See if you can gather some of these ingredients and make your own some time.
Did you know that Midsummer is also the celebration of St John the Baptist Day? Have a look at this short piece of writing about the old English tradition.
In late 14th-century England, John Mirk of Lilleshall Abbey, Shropshire, gives the following description: “At first, men and women came to church with candles and other lights and prayed all night long. In the process of time, however, men left such devotion and used songs and dances. The church fathers decided to put a stop to these practices and ordained that people should fast on the evening before,
Fasting is not eating any food – would you like to go without food all day on Saturday? No, nor would I!
The Solstice means that the sun is out for the longest time – we have the longest day. Can you list all of the things that you would do in the 16 hours of sunshine that we are going to have on Sunday?
Have a lovely day