Log on to Education City and I would like you to work through the activities labelled 'Thursday 26th July - Maths'. Your activities are all based around addition.
The end one is a Play Live session so you will be able to play against your friends, just like in class!
As we have been looking at program music (Peter and the Wolf) and composed motifs to represent characters (Little Red Riding Hood, Grandma, the wolf and the woodcutter), I thought you might like to watch the video below of Carnival of the Animals by the French composer Saint Saens. The composer has tried to create music that sounds like a flamingo.
After watching, sketch a flamingo in your workbook and describe how the music represented the character.Think about:
pitch (high and low sounds)
tempo (fast or slow)
dynamics (loud or quiet)
How could you describe each of these?
If you want to email me your work, I will pass on your pictures to Mrs Jones
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