WALT: Recognise and describe crosses from the Middle East- the Jerusalem Cross.
Please read the Powerpoint below.
In the sheet below you will find a blank world map.
- Colour in the land green and the sea blue.
- Cut out the map along the dotted lines - you should end up with eight equal strips.
- Use four of the strips to make up the central cross with its equal arms.
- Cut each of the remaining four strips in half. These eight halves form the four other crosses that go into the spaces between the crosspieces and the uprights of the largest cross.
- Stick all the pieces on to a piece of card as a representation of the Jerusalem cross, illustrating how the good news of Jesus Christ has gone out, 'starting from Jerusalem', into all the world.
In maths today we are looking at time. Please complete the activity sheet below. We are looking at quarter past and quarter to.
Today in literacy we are copying up our draft of the diary entry!
So before copying up our work we will be checking over our work for: capital letters, full stops, adjectives and conjunctions.