Share your work with your classmates

Send it via the new Seesaw app or email it to willow@stone-with-woodford.gloucs.sch.uk

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

Photos of children's work that have been emailed to me or sent via Seesaw can be seen here. If you have some work you would like to share please send it in.

Arthur

Pulse experiment results bar graph

Jess

Pulse experiment chart and graph

Writing: radioblogging

File icon: pptx 60 amazing pages of writing from Willow class on radioblog (3 MAY) [pptx 13MB] Click to download
File icon: pptx Most recent writing from the radio blog. (20 May) [pptx 5MB] Click to download

Jess

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.

Olivia

James' banjo

Zoe

Drum set

Arthur

Mini drumkit

Sam

I Come From, by Sam

Izzy

Fun building marble runs

Izzy

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

Zoe

On the farm

Exploring the farm

Delicious doughnut making

Tiana

Loving that tail!

Tiana

Fabulous 

Tiana

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.

Erin

Enjoying a swim with her brother.

Erin

She measured the length of her body parts to estimate bone sizes.

Arthur

Building a model of a heart valve.

Izzy

Compare the bone sizes.

Izzy created bunting for VE day celebrations

Jess made a Spitfire cake

Too good to eat?

Optical Art

Sam

Working on his op art creation.

Cameron

Creating a cartoid

Izzy

Optical art in progress

Little sister had a go too!

Erin's hand

Erin

Louis

Is this shape even possible?

Louis

Op art stairs. Would you walk down?

Olivia

Do you think the close-up helps it look more 3D?

Olivia

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

James has used the second tutorial to create an Op art spiral patterns using only straight lines.

James

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

Arthur used the 8th YouTube tutorial from this week's topic work to create this Op art.

Olivia

Olivia used Ms Liddell's "Turning 2D patterns into a 3D illusion" to create these.

Louis

Louis used the first YouTube tutorial, "How to make Op-Art sphere illusions" and created this convincing paper bulge!

Jess

Jess used the argorithm (see extra activities in art topic work wc 27.4.20) to create this cartoid.

Jess

Jess

Created a bubble illusion.

History: The Romans

Presentations to share

File icon: pptx The Ancient Romans by Jess [pptx 1MB] Click to download
File icon: pptx The Romans by Louis [pptx 4MB] Click to download
File icon: pptx The Romans by Freya [pptx 1MB] Click to download
File icon: pptx Romans presentation by Arthur [pptx 655KB] Click to download

Micro-organisms

Louis

Cameron

How to wash your hands

Science: micro-organisms

Easter art and more

Photos from home: Louis' Easter scene, Tiana's sketch, Jess' Easter card


   

Photos from home: Izzy's Easter card, Louis' origami Easter rabbits.


      

Jess' rainbow peacock, Tiana's Evernight illustration


 

 

 

 

 

 

Look out for Tiana's EVERNIGHT illustration as the background of the padlet on edublog this Wednesday. Post your job descriptiond of a tosher on a post-it after listening to chapter 3: The Rats.