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Science –Investigate trees.

We are now moving onto learning about plants and trees.


There are 2 types of trees – evergreen and deciduous

Discuss what both terms could mean? What makes them different?

Think about what happens to some tress throughout the year and what happens to others.

Find out the meaning of these types of trees and write a definition.

This week's ART task is to create an image of the seaside using pointillism. The best method would be using paint and earbuds. If not use felt tips. 

Great effects can be made by using different tones and shades of a colour. Please encourage the children to make the blue different between the sky and sea. 

George Seurat - Is a famous painter known for the method of Pointillism -a technique of neo-impressionist painting using tiny dots of various pure colours, which become blended in the viewer's eye. It was developed by Seurat with the aim of producing a greater degree of luminosity and brilliance of colour

Another one of George Seurat's famous paintings

Seaside Pointilism