Good morning Emerald and Willow,
This week we would like you to complete some Maths, Science and Art (if you have the resources available).
Maths: You have recently explored mass, so now I would like you to look at capacity. Please take a look at the Powerpoint and then the two tasks discussed in the Powerpoint are underneath.t2-m-4170-year-3-measure-capacity-differentiated-activity-sheets_ver_6
Science: In your last science task you looked at what types of food animals eat. This week I would like you to think more specifically about what humans eat. I would like you to research, discuss with an adult, and create a healthy plate. We need a balanced diet to stay healthy, so can you create a plate showing the different types of food we need keep healthy and balanced.
This could be a drawing or if you are feeling very creative make your own plate. (If you have permission you could even use real food to make a healthy meal!)
The following food types I would like you to think about are: carbohydrates, fruit and vegetables, sugar, fats, protein and dairy. Please write a couple of sentences about each type and what they do. (Hint: What type of food helps give us energy? Or helps our muscles grow?) If you can, on your healthy plate, show the portions of each type of food we need.
Question: Why do we need more of certain types of foods than others?
Art: This week I would like you to get creative and make a beautiful piece of silhouette art linked to Egypt. Please see photos below.
First, create the sunset background using reds, oranges and yellows. (You can use pencil crayons, paint, chalk, coloured paper, tissue paper etc.).
Then, using black card or paper (or you can use white and colour/paint black) create a silhouette of a pyramid by creating a triangle shape. You could make a few of different sizes. If you wish to you could also have a go at making a silhouette of a camel or a palm tree too.
Next, stick on your silhouette shapes onto your background and you are done! Please send us photos of your picture!
We look forward to seeing your work, Miss Hollis & Mrs Kenth