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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Friday 17th April 2020

Friday 17th April 2020




Joe Wicks virtual PE – bodycoachtv on




For this Lesson we will be learning about the other form of division. We will be using the same manipulatives as yesterday to divide. There is only a small difference between grouping and sharing, but knowing the difference will really help when answering word problems.

So for a recap on sharing have a look at yesterday’s lesson. If you are comfortable with sharing then you can go straight onto this lesson. If not, have a look at yesterday’s video.

 Have a look at the video linked below to help you, and answer the chilli challenges.

Key concepts

  • Make sure you divide the larger number

  • Grouping is putting the number you are dividing into groups 


Use chilli Challenges and extension below 


Break time/snack time

11:00 – 11:30


Make sure you complete 2 studio sessions and 2 sound checks before going on the garage. Feel free to challenge me!

11:30 – 12:15


LO: To be able to turn a simile into a metaphor

In English today you are going to turn your 5 similes from yesterday into metaphors, using the youtube tutorial to help you. If you find the task easy, create a description of the view from your window using the 5 metaphors. If you find this tricky, write another 5 amazing simile sentences!

12:15- 1:15


1:15 - 3:00

We are going to use our colouring techniques and the pictures we used yesterday to add shadow using tone. As you can see below it is the range of colour from lighter to darker. Below it is shown in black and white adn we are going to use this to show our shadows. As it is lovely weather and we are drawing the view from our window we will need to look at the tone to do shadows.

Please find a link to a video explaining how we are going to use the techniques we learned yesterday to add shadow. 

  1. I started with a simple object in the sun or under a light and I drew it and coloured it using the techniques from yesterday. Exactily as I did it yesterday. 

As you can see I have drawn out and coloured in the picture. I chose a bottle that was on the table. I have also outlined my shadow. 

  1. I noticed that the shadow was not as dark all of the way through. It was darker towards the base of the bottle and lighter where the top of the bottle would be in the shadow. This means that I have to use tone to show that the shadow is not as dark at one end. 

For my Scumbling i achieved this by pressing down harder on the pencil closer to the base of the bottle to make the shadow darker. 

  1. For stippling I made sure that the dots were closer together towards the base of the bottle to make the shadow appear darker. 

  1. For cross hatching to achieve the tone I wanted and making the shadow darker towards the base of the bottle I made the lines closer together to achieve this. 

  1. Finally, for back and forth, I made sure that I pressed the pencil down harder at the base to achieve the tone that I wanted from the shadow. 

Can you please take the time for the rest of the day to draw a picture which includes a shadow. I would like you to draw and colour it in using the different techniques and adding shadow using the same techniques from yesterday. 

I would also like you to write a couple of sentences commenting on which technique you think works best with shadows. Is it cross-hatching or scumbling or any of the others? Why do you think this? What about the shadow that you think makes it look better. 


2:00- 2:30

Exercise – e.g. mindfulness yoga, fresh air in the garden, run up and down the stairs seeing if you can get faster every time!


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