This week we’re challenging you to become wizards and witches by making your own magic wand and magic potions.
You will need
First find a nice long strong stick and make it smooth.
Next choose the flowers, leaves and feathers you want to attached to your wand.
Then use different coloured ribbons/string/pipe cleaners to attach your decoration. (you may need a grown up to help you to tie the knots)
Finally use your magic wand to cast some magic spells.
Tap three times, and spin around
Touch your wand onto the ground
Wave it high wave it low
Alakazam and away we go!
Lets fly off on our magic brrom.
Magic magic everywhere,
wave your wands into the air!
Make my mummy disappear
And turn her into a dear.
You will need:
First add flowers and leaves to your bowl.
Next add some herbs.
Then add water and food colouring.
Finally pour your mixture into your potion bottle and give it a magic shake.
Don’t forget to name your potion and write a label.
Even better, write your recipe down so your friends can have a go at making your potion.
Witches Waterfall Potion
You will need
Washing up liquid
Bicarbonate of soda
First fill a small jar half full of vinegar.
Next, add a teaspoon of food colouring (you can add glitter too).
Then squeeze in a little bit of washing up liquid.
Finally add bicarbonate of soda and stir.
Witches Waterfall Potion
Try this bubbling concoction at home
Have a go at making your own obstacle course. You can make it as simple or as tricky as you want it to be. You could make it in your garden for you and your family , or draw it out side your house like Mrs Cooper for your neighbours to join in.
We had lots of fun planning and designing our obstacle course on paper before we went outside. You can have a go at doing some of the writing by yourself or ask a grown up to help.
Why not see who can do the obstacle course the fastest and use a timer to see who is the winner, or to see if you can beat your time.
Have fun and don't forget to share your pictures by email or on Class Dojo.
Mrs Cooper made some ice ornaments today, here's how you can make your own.
First collect together some different shaped pots or moulds that can go in the freezer.
Next, fill the pots with leaves, flowers, and twigs.
Then add a small amount of water to each pot, just covering the contents.
After that add a piece of string, wool, or ribbon to the water leaving one end submerged and one end free.
Finally put the pots into the freezer and remove after 1 hour.
Now hang your ornaments and watch what happends to them in the sunshine.
If you don't want to hang your ornaments, maybe you could but them on a plate and watch what happens to them. What happens if you sprinkle one with salt?
Don't forget to send us your pictures.
Miss Turner has made bird feeders with James this week. They have hung them outside so that they can watch the birds who visit their garden. Here are all of the things you need to make your own and some instructions.
We'd love to see the pictures of your bird feeders, and any bird visitors you may have in your garden.
You will need
Empty toilet paper roll
Knife or spoon for spreading the peanut butter
Plate or paper plate
Put a layer of birdseed onto a plate.
Spread peanut butter on the outside of a toilet paper roll using a knife or spoon.
Roll the toilet paper roll in the birdseed. Because of the peanut butter, the seeds will stick.
Loop the string through the toilet paper roll and hang it on a tree or slip the toilet paper roll directly onto a tree branch.
Observe the birds who come to feed.
Artist, Damien Hirst, has created two new artworks in response to coronavirus. One to raise money (heart). The other to raise peoples spirits (rainbow).
Can you think of something you could make to put in your window to show support for the NHS during the coronavirus crisis. What images do you think might lift people's spirits during this time that we have to stay at home?
The work, Butterfly Rainbow, can be downloaded from the Damien Hirst's website for people to display in their windows as a sign of their appreciation of frontline health workers.
Can you see the motif inside the rainbow? What is it? This artist often uses this motif in his work!
I'd love to see how creative you can be! What images and motifs will you use to raise peoples spirits. Please send in pictures of your work to: firstname.lastname@example.org
By sending us photos/pictures/videos of work or of your child you give us consent to put these on to the website. We will also be pairing this with a well done message containing your child's first name. If you do not wish for this to be put on the website please make this clear in your email or message to us.
The Great Claremont Bake Off
Mrs Copper has been baking this week and we would love you to do the same. You can bake anything you like.
How about making something scrummy from things you will probably already have in your cupboard?
You can talk about what each item is called and what it is used for.
Weigh out your ingredients.
(You could practice using words such as more and less and have a go are recognising and reading the numbers on the scales.)
Put all of your ingredients into the pan.
(You could talk about what they smell, feel and taste like.)
Now watch your grown up heat it up and look at how the mixture changes.
Grease your tray
(This bit is safe and fun to do.)
Have fun squishing the mixture into the tray. Is it full? What does it feel like?
You can add dried fruit,chocolate chips, or cherries to your mixture too.
Put the tray in the oven at 180C for 15 - 20 minutes.
Don't forget to help wash up!
Enjoy your yummy treats.
We would love to see all of your baking. Don't forget to email your pictures through to us
and we can add your pictures to our page.
Mrs Turner and her little boy james have had a go at making their own musical instruments using objects they has found around the house.
Why don't you have a go at home and send us some pictures.
You may need:
empty yogurt pots
empty margarine tubs
dried rice/pasta or beans
Using a yoghurt pot stretch a cut balloon over the top to make the skin. You could challenge yourself to make different types and sounds of drum, and even explore what happens if you fill the pot with tissues.
Try stretching elastic bands over empty yogurt or margarine tubs. You can then explore what happens if you use bigger/smaller, thicker/thinner, or tighter/looser bands.
Fill yogurt or margarine tubs with either sand, lentils, dried beans, paper clips, or rice. You can explore how the sound changes with the different things and also see if the different amounts or size changes the sound.
James enjoyed using his instruments to perform for his teddies.
Have fun exploring, we can't wait to see your creations!