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Evernight chapter 56 Moonwing's Flight
More from summer term 2020
What's been going on in school and at home?
IT'S WEEK 10 AND WILLOW CLASS ARE STILL WORKING HARD
A little bit more of what Willow class have been up to.
EVERNIGHT, by Ross Mackenzie. Our reflections and responses.
Willow Class March-April 2020
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Pulse experiment results bar graph
Pulse experiment chart and graph
Jess took a walk through her paddock, collecting some flowers to make ice eggs. You use an empty egg shell and arrange flowers and then add water. Freeze overnight & next day squeeze the shell and out pops an ice flower arrangement.
I Come From, by Sam
Fun building marble runs
Thanks Izzzy, for sending in such fabulous photos using Seesaw. Great to see what you've been up to.
Out on the bike
Camping in the garden
On the farm
Exploring the farm
Delicious doughnut making
Loving that tail!
The very last from their tray bake. Shared with a neighbour- very thoughtful.
Sam and Rosie
What a fun way to learn about where everything is located on the inside!
James and Olivia
Built a model of the human skeleton.
Enjoying a swim with her brother.
She measured the length of her body parts to estimate bone sizes.
Building a model of a heart valve.
Compare the bone sizes.
Izzy created bunting for VE day celebrations
Jess made a Spitfire cake
Too good to eat?
Working on his op art creation.
Creating a cartoid
Optical art in progress
Little sister had a go too!
Is this shape even possible?
Op art stairs. Would you walk down?
Do you think the close-up helps it look more 3D?
Olivia used the first YouTube tutorial, "How to make Op-Art sphere illusions" and created this 3D illusion of a bulge in the paper.
James has used the second tutorial to create an Op art spiral patterns using only straight lines.
Are you convinced by the 3D illusion of James' ladder? Why not have a go yourself - follow tutorial 4 on WC 27.4.20
Arthur used the 8th YouTube tutorial from this week's topic work to create this Op art.
Olivia used Ms Liddell's "Turning 2D patterns into a 3D illusion" to create these.
Louis used the first YouTube tutorial, "How to make Op-Art sphere illusions" and created this convincing paper bulge!
Jess used the argorithm (see extra activities in art topic work wc 27.4.20) to create this cartoid.
Created a bubble illusion.
History: The Romans
How to wash your hands