Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Elm - Maths

Lots of comparing - longest and shortest


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Elm - Maths

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Elm -Maths

This week we are moving onto a new topic of length and height. We are looking at comparing measuring using the vocabulary of longer, taller, higher, long, equal, smaller, shorter, small and same.


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Monday, 26 February 2018

Planning stages

Planning a dinosaur adventure!


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Comic Strips


Challenge: can you build a dinosaur using Lego?

Planning our own comic strips

Annaliese Stoney in Lime.

Great work, Lime. Now have a go at home! 









How to draw a stegosaurus

Draw a semi circle for a body, a circle a little away from the side of it and a tai. 

Draw four legs, remember two will be behind at this angle. And add the neck. 


Add two spikes on his tail and start to add his plates. You can do dimond shapes or Annaliese lik s to do pentagon hous shapes. 

Add eyes and a smile. 

Rub out any unwanted lines and add the ground, trees etc as you wish. 





How to draw a triceratops.


Draw an oval shape. 


Draw a circle for the head. 

Draw a tail. 

Add some legs. Remember, they have 4, but 2 are behind from this view. 

Add a frill, beak and a hron to the front of the triceratops. 

Add to ho ns on top. Draw the ground and add any other details... Maybe eye lashes. 









How to draw a pterodactyl.

Draw an egg shape and a circle on top. 

Draw a beak. 

Draw a horn shape on the back of his head and some wings. 

Draw claws on the end of the wings and claws for his feet. 

Add eyes, a smile, flap lines and any other details.