We hope you have been enjoying the bee and minibeast activities so far. We have loved seeing some photos of you being creative with your learning. This week there are some bee challenges for you to find out and some creative art that looks at tessellations. There are some information PowerPoints that you will need to look at first as these will help you with the challenges and we have added a history lesson to try. You might want to do some further research this week too! On Friday it is VE day and we have put lots of fun things for you to do to celebrate this day. Happy Home Learning!
Examples by artist Escher
Look at the tessellation examples below. What do you notice about them? What is the same? What is different?
Tessellation Lego Challenge
Can you make a tessellation using lego?
This term we begin introducing the children to significant people in history. BBC bitesize are producing excellent weekly lessons about famous historical figures. The first one is about Neil Armstrong and comes complete with activities and videos to watch. You don't have to do all the activities suggested and you can be selective about the bits you do!
There are many activities you can do today at home to celebrate VE day. We have put a link to the Great British Bunting BBC which gives you loads of ideas to make bunting. There are lots of clips online to watch about it and we have put some other activities below for you to do. Enjoy a stay at home VE day celebration!