Make a thought cloud and add things you are thankful for.
Cut out a cloud and add rainbow strips with words or captions with things we are thankful for in this lockdown period.
If you don’t have coloured strips, you can write the words/captions in different rainbow colours.
Talk to your child about the things that are around them - are they man-made or natural?
Ask your child to go and find you some things that are man-made and then whilst you are out on your walk, can they collect some things that are natural. Bring them home and mix them with the man-made things, can your child sort them?
Make a poster - split a page from their home learning book in to 2. Label one side natural and the other man-made. They can stick their natural things down and draw pictures of their man-made objects. Encourage your child to label their findings.
LO: Outline personal likes and dislikes regarding a piece of art.
Look at artist Berndnaut Smilde’s moving cloud installations. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRHWCcOktHI
Consider questions such as: How did the artist make them? What types of cloud are they? Think of materials that could be used to make big clouds, have a go at making your own clouds using bundles of bubble wrap, tissue, ribbon, clear plastic sheeting, cotton wool, recycled materials, pillows. Etc. No recording needed.
PE with Jon