We are very excited to start Arts Week and the week long journey to new skills and exciting opportunities. To start us off we would like to use look closely at these photos.
This dragon was discovered while we were out exploring. Can you tell us about him? Where does he live? What is he on the look out for? How does he move?
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Wow, we can not quite get over getting a comment from the real Wallace and Gromit! They asked us to design an advert for their Bread-o-matic which is perfect because we have learnt all about persuading people when we looked at The Shirt Machine.
We were set free to create an advert using anything we wanted. Some of us chose to draw posters, some used iPads to record a voice over advert, some used art apps to create posters and others used PowerPoint and publisher.
I can’t wait to see what you think of our adverts!
Here are some examples of our adverts.
Ruth and Jack worked together using the FaceJack app to record their own advert.
Daniel and Ryan wrote their own script before recording their advert! Well done boys this was a great idea 🙂
This week we have been working on a secret mission for Wallace and Gromit! We were sent a letter asking us to help them with their latest creation! The Bread-o-matic is top secret and we have been lucky to play an important part in it’s creation.
We have learnt about how bread is made on a industrial scale and then used our knowledge to help us write an explanation to order the process. This will help Wallace and Gromit in their planning stage!
We have explored the ingredients needed to make bread and used adjectives to help us describe them. We have tasted and range of different breads and thought about how we could describe them to make them sound exciting! After exploring we even made our own bread!
The learning this week has been amazing and there has been a real buzz around year 2. I hope Wallace and Gromit appreciate the work we have all done!
WALT: Use adjectives to add detail to our writing.