Fathers Day Card Making
Dear Class 2,
Next weekend it is Fathers Day on the 21st June. I thought it may be nice for you to make your own Fathers Day card for someone in your family. It could be for dad, step-dad, grandad or someone who is just like a dad to you.
I had a go at making a pop up card and you are more than welcome to copy mine (I found the idea online) . There are plenty of ideas online, ask an adult to help you have a look and remember to stay safe online.
I hope you have lots of fun making your own cards and I look forward to seeing what you have made if you would like to share them with me.
Follow the instructions to learn how to draw an owl.
Mighty Writing planning for next week.
On Monday you will be pretending to be Laurence Lowry, writing a letter to your friend who is also an artist. You will be telling him about your paintings. Lowry liked painting factories like the examples here.
Science preparation for next week
Next week we will be finding out how flexible things are.
You will need a plastic ruler - or something similar made of plastic
a wooden ruler - or something similar like a garden cane or wooden spoon
corrugated cardboard - cut to the same size as your plastic ruler and wooden object
thinner card (cereal box strength) - cut to the same size
piece of paper (any kind)
weights - as for last week, anything which is a uniform size Lego, gravel, coins etc
Have a look at the lesson which PE Dave has put on the website.
Have a happy weekend.