Daily Archives: June 10, 2020

Spray bottle painting – Art

Materials needed: spray bottles, paint (poster or water colour), paper.


Water down some paint by adding a little into the spray bottle and then filling with water and giving a good shake. For this you can either use poster paint or water colour paints. Encourage the overlapping of different colours. If you pin the paper up you will also get a nice dripping effect on the page also. It could also be done on a flat surface also.

Orange Class – Wednesday 10th June

Hello to the Orange Class on Wednesday.

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Let us start with Morning Circle.


Now sign of the day.  Click on the link below.



On Wednesdays we have music.  Click on the link below.



Now for some reading.

How about some movement?

Time for maths


How about a walk.  Do you want to play Bird Bingo?

Time for your jobs

How about some Yoga?  Are you feeling good today?  let’s try Level 2!


Time to relax.  Feel free as a cloud!

I hope you have a wonderful Wednesday!


Make Music with the Loopimal app

This is one of a number of mini-reviews of music-making apps for iPads and smart phones.

Loopimal is a simple but clever music-making app for the iPad that unfortunately isn’t free. However it offers good value in being clear, fun, creative and intuitive. 

Using simple characterful animal animations to represent instruments, users can combine these in different ways to make electronic beats and sounds that loop or repeat.

By dropping different shapes into an 8 beat grid that, it is possible to compose and modify music. As the music is all in the key of C, any white notes on a piano of keyboard will go with it.


Suggested activities:

  • take turns to build up a piece of music with a partner using 1, 2 or 4 animals
  • Take turns to swap animals in or out
  • make music to dance to
  • make music to sing along or play to
  • which is your favourite animal?
  • which is your favourite combination?

You can read a more complete review of the app on Common Sense Media.