We have been looking at the different patterns and colours in African jewellery and headwear. We explained which jewellery we thought had been made in Africa. Can you guess?
Here are a couple of the Maasai headbands we made.
We are all looking forward to Sam’s Safaris coming this week. Have a look on their website to see which animals might be visiting us!!
We used some of the patterns from the African material we have been looking at to create our own African costumes. We framed our pictures using our shape printing from last week.
Here are just a couple to show you, but the rest will soon be on display in the classroom and corridor.
Purple Mash Homework
Each week I will be adding a spelling task and a creative activity for you to try.
This week you can create your own African pattern or practise your ‘ay’ and ‘oy’ vowel digraphs.
We have been using Purple Mash to create our own African patterns. We thought carefully about colour, shape and pattern. Here are just a few, but they were all fantastic. We have also printed patterns using 2D shapes and paint.
We have had great fun learning the pulse to our new song – Hey You!
Here are the words if you want to sing at home!
What a fantastic year we have had Class 1. Enjoy your summer holidays. I’ll be eating ice-cream and having fun at the water park with my family!!!
THANK YOU CLASS 1