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Mrs Whitwell loves listening to stories whilst she works and thinks you would enjoy this too.

Audible are offering free audio books to listen to whilst we are off school.  I wonder if you’ll pick Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book, Sherlock Holmes or Mrs Whitwell's favourite - all seven Harry Potter books read by the wonderful Stephen Fry. Why not email you class teacher and let them know what you’ve been listening to.  

Click here to browse through the library.

 

Or why not have a go at her tea pot challenge and send you videos to your class teachers yes

Teapot Challenge

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Mrs Farrar's Keepy Uppy Challenge

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Film yourself taking part in the keepy uppy challenge and send your videos to your class teachers. Can you beat Mrs Farrar?

Magical ideas from Mrs Jefcoate:

Check out the Harry Potter At Home hub where you’ll find all the latest magical treats to keep you occupied: nifty magical craft videos (teach your friends how to draw a Niffler!), fun articles, quizzes, puzzles and plenty more for first-time readers, as well as those already familiar with the wizarding world.

 

It might cast a Banishing Charm on boredom!

 

It is free to register, just head over to: Www.wizardingworld.com

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Try some Art and Drawing - you’ll need an adult to help you with these:
  • Daily at 10am: Claire Powell has been doing a children's art activity under the hashtag #letsmakartforfun on Instagram and Twitter.
  • Daily at 11am: Ask an adult to head over to Instagram or Twitter, where you'll be able to join Steve Antony for lots of fun! On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays he'll be hosting a Draw a Story masterclass for children aged 6+, while Thursdays will feature tips for aspiring picture book makers and Fridays will be for the youngest readers, with Mr Panda Friday.

 

The brilliant illustrator Sarah McIntyre is posting lots of fun activities on her Twitter page. She's also launching a #DrawingWithSarah series on her YouTube channel, and you can find loads of other fun activities on her website.


Oi Cat! author Jim Field is posting drawing lessons over on his website: Www.jimfield.me

 

Have fun and stay safe  - love Mrs Jefcoate. 

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Egg and Spoon Race

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Ms Wilkinson and Ethan (her son) love to compete against each other. They have recently undertook an egg and spoon race. Could you have a go and make your race more interesting e.g. putting out obstacles. You could even boil your eggs so you don’t have a mess to clean up like Ethan.

PLEASE HAVE AN ADULT HELP YOU BOIL YOUR EGGS!

Easter Wreath 

Who said wreaths were only for Christmas?Why not make a beautiful wreath for your front door. We know how creative you can all be. Ms Wilkinson can’t wait to see all your lovely designs. 

smiley Egg Drop smiley

Can you design and build a contraption that will stop your egg from cracking if dropped from a height? 
Video your progress and send it to your class teacher. 
Whether you use a chocolate egg or a hard boiled egg is up to you. 

PLEASE ASK AN ADULT FOR HELP WHEN BOILING YOUR EGGS. 
 

Hope you are keeping safe,

 Miss Fothergill. 

 

Decorating Eggs!

Please have an adult help you when boiling your eggs!

 

What is your creation going to entail? Let's celebrate the work of our key workers!

Send the pictures of your finished products to your teachers. We are all looking forward to seeing the fabulous designs and creations we know you are going to come up with.

 

Stay safe and have a lovely Easter break.

Miss Fothergill

 

Please have an adult help you when boiling your eggs!

 

 

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Mr Windle’s create a family wish-box

Design or up-cycle an old box, jar or any type of container you like.

Write down on slips of paper the things you would really like to do when all of this is finally over – do no more than one a day (so they are really special) but make each one a piece of decorative artwork with your choice of lettering or annotate them with pictures.  

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Animation Challenge

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Our favourites are StopMotion and chatterpix
 

Our favourites are Stop Motion with a bit of ChatterKid and then edited together on iMovie
This is one me and Sebastian have already made

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=EO2QPS-oz0E&app=desktop

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Create your own Bunny Basket with Origami

 

I love Origami! Using 1 piece of paper, can you create a Bunny Bakset? 

 

It takes a lot of concentration, a lot of patience and of course....a lot of folding.

 

You will need:
- A ruler
- A coloured piece of paper (plain white paper will do though)

 

1 Tip.....If you do use white paper and want to colour your Bunny Basket, colour the paper BEFORE you start folding.

 

 

Here are a couple of pictures of my example.

 

Good luck! Hope you are all keeping safe!

 

Mr Dickinson

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Easter Crossword (Mr Dickinson)

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Wishing you all an 'Eggcellent' Easter

 

An Easter challenge for you from Mrs Juriansz....

How many 'egg' words can you think of?

Make a list, then illustrate one or make a model using a boiled egg.

Can your friends or teachers guess your word?

 

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Easter Activity Bingo

 

Year 3 have set you the task of completing the Easter Activity Bingo challenge! See how many activities you can complete over the two-week Easter break. Send your photos/videos of the activities you would like to share with us to yearthree@rosewood.lancs.sch.uk . We will choose our 3 favourite and these children will receive a prize when we return to school.

The Year 3 team wish you a Happy Easter from

Miss Gerrard, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Bromley, Mrs. Culshaw and Mrs. Rafique.

 

For a clear image of the picture below please click the PDF link below.

https://primarysite-prod-sorted.s3.amazonaws.com/rosewood-primary-school/UploadedDocument/d34d7babc80744688f55b3518860f008/easter-activity.pdf  

Additional Easter Links

https://www.redtedart.com/easy-easter-origami-for-kids/

The Easter Story Lego Animation  - BW Animation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-M8Yesnt1V8

How it was made Easter Story - BW Animation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FW4M5WyRXE

Lego Club www.lancashire.gov.uk/libraries

 

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Miss Ince loves nothing more than letting her hair down, pulling out her guitar and rocking out to loud, very loud, music. 

 

Why don't you film your own rock video and send it to your class teachers.

 

(Files that are too large - may need to be shared via the cloud.

Here is Miss Ince performing Bruno Mars

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Miss Entwistle

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Miss Entwistle has been busy making Rice Krispie cakes 🧁 If you would like to make some for yourself, you will need:

A box of Rice Krispies (or you could use Corn flakes if you wish) 

Some chocolate of your choice πŸ« - Why not use any left over Easter eggs 

Bun cases 

Chocolate or sweets of your choice to decorate

 

1. Make sure you have all the ingredients ready 

2. Break up the chocolate into a bowl and put it in the microwave to melt, you could also do this over boiling water - but whichever you decide to use please make sure that an adult helps you with this step 

3. Mix the melted chocolate with the Rice Krispies  

4. Empty the chocolate Krispies into the bun cases and decorate however you like

5. ENJOY YOUR YUMMY CAKES & don’t forget to share with your grown ups! 😊

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Mr Broderick

Hop, hop! Rabbits are one of my favourite animals. Why not have a go at making this cute Easter bunny. You could use any colour. All you need is a piece of card, a ruler, a pair of scissors, some white paper and a black felt tip.

Follow the instructions on the image below to make your Easter bunny. The smaller strips of card you use the smaller your bunny, the larger strips, the larger your bunny. Why not send me a picture of your completed bunny to yearsix@rosewood.lancs.sch.uk . Good luck!

 

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Egg and chick woven Easter card

 

 

Have a go at this ‘cracking’ Easter card. You could make it easy and download the template, the link is below, or you could challenge yourself and draw it on your own.

 

https://www.redtedart.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Chick-weaving-printable.pdf

 

Things you need:

White or light coloured card

Pens for colouring

Scissors

Paper scraps cut into strips

Glue stick

Step1

Colour, or paint your chick in whatever colour you like and then let the chick dry fully before moving on.

Step 2

Once it is all dry, fold the paper along the edge where the two eggs meet. If you make the fold as neat as possible (with the tops and bottoms of the page aligning), you can cut out both halves at the same time!

 

Step 3

Cut along the lines of your egg & chick card.

Then cut 1cm strips of coloured paper.

Step 4

 

 

Start on the top left side of the egg. Add a little glue to your strip and glue it under the first strip. Then weave in and out. Securing it at the other end with a little more glue (you can trim later).

On the second row glue on TOP of the strip and weave.

Continue until you come to the bottom of the egg. I find it helps to glue down each part of the last strip to secure and “neaten” the final egg.

Well done, you’ve made your card!

 

Have a lovely Easter, stay safe and look after your family,

Mr Broderick

 

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Mrs Smits

Instead of recycling your old milk bottle, why not make this amazing bird feeder. All you need is an old milk bottle, a pair of scissors and some felt tips.

 

Step1

Cut out the door for the birds to feed. Be careful, the edges of the plastic will be sharp so maybe ask an adult to help.

Step 2

Decorate the bottle with felt tips. Make it bright and attractive.

Step3

Fill your feeder. You can use bird seed or even some bread

Step 4

Hang your feeder for the birds and wait.

Step 5

How many different types of birds visit your feeder? Can you identify them? If not, use the internet to help. Can you sketch any of the birds which have visited your feeder?

 

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Easter Dance

 

I’ve seen some amazing dancing this year, not only in Year 6, but across the school. I would love you to create an Easter dance. You could base it on an Easter bunny and use the way they hop around, or you could base your dance on anything. I would love to see your finished dance so why not film it and send it to yearsix@rosewood.lancs.sch.uk so I can watch it.

 

Good luck and stay safe,

Mrs Smits.

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Mr Sutcliffe's Easter Egg Symmetry

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I've been enjoying doing word searches. Can you make one for your family and friends? Can you give it a theme?

Mrs Haythornwhite.

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