Get Coding with Code for Life:
Rapid Router is great fun - https://www.codeforlife.education/play/rapid-router/
It’s so easy to start playing – and learning!
1. Register as an Independent Student here.
2. Download the Home Learning resources here.
Unplugged activities to do with your family, mini missions and interactive online games.
Take a Virtual Trip of the world's most famous landmarks!
Which do you think is the most amazing and why?
Have you been to any of these places or would you like to go?
Google Arts and Culture
Take a Virtual Tour of an art gallery or arrange Van Gogh's paintings by date or colour. Find some amazing art and learn about it using Augmented Reality! Zoom in till you see the brush strokes of a famous work of art or find out which artwork looks like you. So many things to explore!
Explore the Arts:
https://www.tate.org.uk/kids Brilliant ideas, information and some games & actvities
https://www.culturestreet.org.uk/ Lots of good info and ideas e.g. Comic Strip Maker. An old website so some things no longer working
Isle of Tune: https://www.isleoftune.com/ (Enable Flash in browser)
Incredibox https://www.incredibox.com/ Make amazing tunes with simple loops
Be an Internet Legend:
Learn to be safe online while playing fun games.
Hour of Code https://hourofcode.com/uk/learn
Lots of great tutorials, mostly free and without download or registration.
Scratch: https://scratch.mit.edu/ play games and make your own programs. Lots of tutorials to help you create. You do not need to make an account as you can save your work to your computer. If you do make an account remember to be safe online - no personal information and no discussions which are not about Scratch.
Don't try all of these ideas. Instead choose one and spend some quality learning time to produce something interesting and creative - perhaps 2 or 3 half hour sessions a week. Save your finished work on Purple Mash (if you save in the class folder other class members will be able to see and play your work as well as your teachers). Next week try something different. This page will be updated with more ideas and links so check back from time to time.
Collect data - ask a question and collect the information in a tally chart. Use Purple Mash 2Count or 2Graph. What is the most popular animal or favourite crisp flavour in your family? Phone your relatives and grandparents too and include them.
Interview! Write down some questions and phone a relative to interview them. Record their answers and make a newspaper report using Purple Mash 2Publish.
Use https://www.dkfindout.com/ online encyclopedia to research a topic. Make a Purple Mash 2Quiz and test your family - who will get the most answers correct?
Learn to code using Purple Mash 2Code - each lesson has video tutorials for each of the 3 or 4 steps: start with number 1 and work through. Chimp: Years 1-2, Gibbon: Years 3-4, Gorilla: Years 5-6.
Animation: Use these links to inspire you. Tell a story or make a dancing pattern. Use Purple Mash 2Animate or a camera, phone and/or tablet and get creative. When you are finished put the pictures together with sound effects and maybe some music.
I will be publishing a video tutorial to help you do this on week2! You could get some ideas and practice beforehand?
Get Into Film with these resources:
You could also use Purple Mash 2Publish to design a film poster or write a review of any movies you have seen. Perhaps even design a questionaire to collect opinions about the movie and put them in 2Count or 2Graph.
Get 3D modelling with https://www.tinkercad.com/
Join with class code: (details to follow)
Create 3D models of a historic building, futuristic house, space station, rocket ship, crazy vehicle or some amazing sculpture.