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ICT and Art

ICT Home Learning - Week Commencing 8th June

This week there are two tasks for you to have a go at; an E-Safety activity and a quiz. 

As well as those activities we would love to see more of your work completed using ICT. This can be written work typed up or use of powerpoint. Be creative!

E-Safety

ICT Quiz

  

Art Home Learning - Week Commencing 8th June

Please see the PDF below with the work set by Mrs Wild for this week. 

"Do you know what the worst thing about being a dragon would be?" Trying to blow out your candles on your birthday cake!

Year 5 Art Task

  

ICT Home Learning- Week Commencing 18th May

Hello Year 5,

 Please see the PDF below for the ICT work that I have set you for the coming weeks. This week looks a little different as I have set you a whole-school project to complete! Can you either upload to ‘Class Dojo’ using the paperclip icon or you could email these to the school office? (You will need help from an adult to do this). Have fun and be creative!

From Mrs Law

ICT Whole School Challenge

Art Home Learning- Week Commencing 18th May

Please see the PDF below for the work that has been set by Mrs Wild this week.

Year 5 Art Task

ICT Home Learning- Week Commencing 4th May

Please see the PDF below for the ICT work that has been set by Mrs Law.

ICT Home Learning- 4th May

Art Home Learning- Week Commencing 4th May

Please see the PDF below for the work that has been set by Mrs Wild.

Art Home Learning- 4th May

ICT Home Learning- Week Commencing 20th April

Please see the PDF below for the ICT work that has been set by Mrs Law.

ICT Home Learning

Art Home Learning- Week Commencing 20th April

Following on from your emblem design, I would like you to be creative with printing. You will later use your emblem design but firstly you need to find a pattern you can work with as a background!

With a piece of paper go either around your home or in your garden and make a collection of rubbings.

You can create this easily with a pencil or crayon.

Place the paper over (perhaps a brick) and gently apply a little pressure using the side of your pencil or crayon to create a rubbing.

Make a note of each rubbing so you can go back to it later. 

Collect as many as you can. Perhaps try different media, other than pencil or crayon, experiment with what works well.

 

This will be your art lesson today so enjoy it! 

Mrs Wild