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Tiana has asked about a vaccine. Right now there are no vaccines to protect the body against the disease it causes, Covid-19. But medical scientists around the world are working hard to change that. You may have heard that the government are starting to change the lockdown rules. This article from Newsround answers some questions you may have.
Remember, all work should be completed in your Home Learning Journal. Please write the long date and remember your perfect presentation.
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We are now moving on to chapter 9 - time.
Now complete worksheet 1 on page 35 of your workbook.
This week's spellings are below. Write each word THREE times and then use each one in a sentence.
Read a book from home, listen to a story on Storyline Online or login into Oxford Owl here. Click on 'My class login' and enter the username: studley password: studley
• Use the image above to write a story.
• Do not type your description – write it by hand on a piece of A4 paper.
• Do not write your name on your paper.
• Please write no more than one side, and don’t spend more than 40 minutes on it.
• Take a photo of what you have written.
• Email the photo of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
Picasso was a famous Spanish artist who lived in the last century (1881-1973). His work can be seen in museums and galleries all over the world. He is considered one of the greatest artists that ever lived, mostly because he made us see the world in a different way. He didn’t want his pictures to look like photographs he wanted to show us other things about what we see; like what something is made of, what we feel about something and how we experience them with all our senses.
Here are some examples of portraits made in the style of Picasso’s portraits:
Activity: Roll a Picasso!
Use the guide in the picture below to create your own portrait! Use a dice if you have one, if not get an adult to pick a number from 1-6. On each roll you have a certain aspect of the face to draw. When you have rolled 7 times, add in some wacky hair and then colour in your portrait in bright bold colours, just like Picasso!