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Week 4

National Superhero Day

 

Did you know that Tuesday 28th April is National Superhero day?

 

  • Why not design a poster, create a short video, or draw a picture to celebrate a real-life superhero?

 

       It could be that you want to celebrate the doctors, nurses and careworkers who are doing amazing things

       during this challenging time, or think about some of the other key workers. What about the adults who are

       helping you at home? Or maybe you consider someone else in your life to be a superhero for another

       reason!

 

  • Design a new superhero for a comic book!

       What will be their super power?

       How would we recognise them?

       Where do they live?

 

       Perhaps you could draw/write a short comic strip to introduce them!

 

  • Dress as a superhero for the day!

International Guide Dog Day

 

Wednesday 29th April is International Guide Dog Day.

 

Why not find out about the important role that Guide Dogs do and hw they are trained by visiting the guide Dogs for the Blind website.

 

https://www.guidedogs.org.uk/

 

Perhaps you could create an information leaflet to share what you have learned with others.

International Dance Day

 

Wednesday 29th April is also International Dance Day!

 

It marks the birthday of Jean-Georges Noverre (1727-1810), creator of modern ballet.

 

So, let's do some dancing for maths!

 

Use chalks outside or sheets of paper to make a grid with numbers like this big enough to put your feet on:

Picture 1

Ask an adult to call out times-table questions and use your feet to show the answers!

 

Eg. 3 x 5 = 15       Put your left foot on 1 and your right foot on 5

 

You could try ten more and ten less too!

 

 

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