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Weeks beginning 01.06.20 Art & PSHE

Over two weeks we are holding Art Week and also covering P.S.H.E. about Corona virus. Here is the table of activities for the fortnight up to 15th June 2020. The Art is under the P.S.H.E. 

 

Summer 2: Weeks 1 & 2.

ART (Summer in the City) and PSHE (Covid-19)

 

Project 1: Art

Nature Art

You will:

View a Power Point;

Make a nature picture, or a collage using found materials;

Send us photos.

Project 2: Art

Cityscapes

You will:

Follow Mrs Herbert’s plan with photos;

See if you can do better than she did;

Send us photos.

Project 3: Art

Origami

You will:

Watch You Tube videos and follow the instructions;

Make origami creations;

Send us photos.

Lesson 1: PSHE

Covid 19 true or false

 

You will:

Work through an interactive Power Point.

 

Lesson 2: PSHE

Fake News

You will:

View a Power Point;

Watch a video clip;

Complete a worksheet.

Lesson 3: PSHE

Social Distancing

You will:

Complete a comprehension exercise about social distancing.

 

Your third Art project is Origami.

Check out the British Museum for history about this fascinating art form and try the easy origami they have published there.

https://blog.britishmuseum.org/make-your-own-origami-inspired-by-japanese-prints/

You always need a square of paper. If you only have A4 or other rectangular paper you can make a square by folding one corner to the side and trimming the rest away. See these pictures.

Make a square piece of paper.

Make a square piece of paper. 1 Fold one corner to the edge
Make a square piece of paper. 2 cut off the extra flap.
Make a square piece of paper. 3
Make a square piece of paper. 4
Make a square piece of paper. 5 the top piece is now a square

I found this on You Tube

Butterfly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZdO2e8K29o

 

I also found this on You Tube

Dog

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPOiGpfzj4M

There are thousands of videos of how to make origami. Try searching for “easy origami” or “origami for beginners” or “origami for kids.”

We look forward to seeing just how much better at origami you all are compared to Mrs Herbert. (see below)

 

Mrs Herbert's attempts.

Here are 3 PSHE lessons.

First open the Power Point and work through the true or false quiz about Covid 19. Second work through the Fake news Power Point. Below the documents are 2 versions of the Social Distancing Comprehension text and questions. Choose the one that seems right for you (you don't have to do both. 

 

 

Copied and pasted from the cabinet office @ gov.uk

Edited by Jayne K.R. Herbert

Read the government guidelines and answer the comprehension questions.

Staying alert and safe (social distancing)

Everyone’s actions have helped to reduce the transmission of coronavirus in our communities. Fatalities and infection rates continue to fall.

The government has set out its plan to return life to as near normal as we can, for as many people as we can, as quickly and fairly as possible in order to safeguard livelihoods, but in a way that is safe and continues to protect our NHS. As we move into step two of our plan to rebuild, the most important thing we can continue to do is to stay alert, control the virus, and, in doing so, save lives. This guidance applies in England

At this stage, from Monday 1 June:

  • You can spend time outdoors, including private gardens and other outdoor spaces, in groups of up to six people from different households, following social distancing guidelines
  • You should go to work if you cannot work from home and your business has not been required to close by law
  • More shops are beginning to reopen, with a plan for more to do so later in the month
  • Children in early years (age 0-5), reception, year 1 and year 6 can return to childcare or school in line with the arrangements made by their school
  • You can be tested as part of the test and trace programme, which will enable us to return to normal life as soon as possible, by helping to control transmission risks

 

We do not want to see the number of people catching Covid 19 increase in the future.

That is why you should stay alert and follow social distancing guidelines.

You must not:

  • gather in groups of more than six people with people you do not live with
  • visit friends or family inside their home or any other indoor place
  • stay away from your own home overnight, except for in a limited set of circumstances, such as for work purposes

 

Q1. How do you know this text is not fake news?

Q2. What does “safeguard livelihoods” mean?

Q3. Which year groups are allowed to go to school from 1st June?

Q4. How many people from outside your family are now allowed in your garden?

Q5. Give 2 examples of activities that are still not allowed.

Q6. The government used to have a slogan, “stay home, protect the NHS, save lives.” What is the current slogan (1st June 2020).

 

 

 

 

 

Copied and pasted from the cabinet office @ gov.uk

Edited and adapted by Jayne K.R. Herbert

Read the government guidelines and answer the comprehension questions.

Rainbow comprehension. The questions will be typed in the same colour as the section of text you need to read to answer.

Staying alert and safe (social distancing)

Everyone’s actions have helped to reduce the transmission of coronavirus in our communities. Fatalities and infection rates continue to fall.

The government has set out its plan to return life to as near normal as we can but in a way that is safe and continues to protect our NHS. As we move into step two of our plan to rebuild, the most important thing we can continue to do is to stay alert, control the virus, and, in doing so, save lives.

At this stage, from Monday 1 June:

  • You can spend time outdoors, including private gardens and other outdoor spaces, in groups of up to six people from different households, following social distancing guidelines
  • You should go to work if you cannot work from home and your business has not been required to close by law
  • More shops are beginning to reopen, with a plan for more to do so later in the month
  • Children in early years (age 0-5), reception, year 1 and year 6 can return to childcare or school in line with the arrangements made by their school
  • You can be tested as part of the test and trace programme, which will enable us to return to normal life as soon as possible, by helping to control transmission risks

 

We do not want to see the number of people catching Covid 19 increase in the future.

That is why you should stay alert and follow social distancing guidelines.

You must not:

  • gather in groups of more than six people with people you do not live with
  • visit friends or family inside their home or any other indoor place
  • stay away from your own home overnight, except for in a limited set of circumstances, such as for work purposes

 

Q1. How do you know this text is not fake news?

Q2. How many people from outside your family can you invite to your garden?

Q3. Which year groups are allowed to go to school from 1st June?

Q4. How many people from outside your family can come into your house or flat?

Q5. The government used to have a slogan, “stay home, protect the NHS, save lives.” What is the current slogan (1st June 2020).

 

 

 

Art Project One.

 

Our whole school scheme for Art Week is Summer in the City.

 

We start with Nature Art using found materials.

Will you make a landscape, or a portrait, another picture or something abstract?

There are plenty of ideas on the Power Point and we look forward to seeing your completed Art works.

If you can't get to the Power Point the idea is to use found natural materials such as leaves and twigs to make either a nature scene, a face or any picture.

Power Point Summer in the City

ART: Summer in the city.

 

Draw a cityscape following the pictures and instructions below. I used a black felt pen so the photos would be clear but I think for Summer in the City that colours would be great. Details could include people on balconies, rainbows in windows and whatever else you like. look at the photos for instructions.

City Scapes

City Scapes 1
City Scapes 2
City Scapes 3
City Scapes 4
City Scapes 5
City Scapes 6
City Scapes 7
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