Good Morning Leaders.
If we were at school this week it would be SATS week and our class would be split with the Year 6 children sitting 2 papers today. Instead, we are all ‘together’, even though that may be virtually at present, and we are going to be basing our tasks this week on dreams. “For those who dare to dream, there is a whole world to win.” – Dhirubhai Ambani
This week we are going to be looking at poetry around the theme of dreams. First, I’d like you to listen to the song – please feel free to sing along – come on Leaders, you know you want to!!
- What is a dream? Explore as many possible meanings as you can.
- Why is it important to have dreams and goals in your life?
- What are your dreams for your future?
In the first part of this investigation you will be adding fractions together to make a whole, before moving on to making more than a whole, followed be more than one whole.
There are 3 steps to this investigation – challenge yourself as much as you can.
To link with our work on dreams, have a go at making a dream catcher. You can make these in all sorts of different ways. First, you need to find or make a hoop. This could be a readymade hoop shape or you could make your own from; a bendy twig, an old metal coat hanger or anything you can mould into a circle shape.
See what you can find out about dreamcatchers. Where did they originate?