As the music is playing, reflect on a time when you have been successful at something.
What did it take to be successful?
Did you have to persevere and keep trying?
Remember you do not have to copy out all of the questions, especially if they use complicated diagrams. Your answers and any workings out are enough.
QUESTIONS 5 and 7 ASK YOU TO COLOUR IN SQUARES. JUST EXPLAIN TO SOMEBODY WHAT SQUARES YOU WOULD HAVE TO COLOUR IN TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.
Please do not draw out lots of thousand squares!
Complete Week 1, Lesson 4 Understand thousandths REMEMBER, DO NOT DO SUMMER TERM WEEK 1
It has a video, worksheet and then a sheet with the answers on.
Remember to read for 20-30 mins a day. Write down any words you can not read or any that you do not understand from your book.
Session 4: Writing a journal entry.
- Take the role of Alex and write a short secret journal entry about events up to this point, after he has been shot at and escaped from the wreckage yard. What would his emotions be like at this point? What thoughts would be running through his mind? What might he be thinking that he should do next?
Listen to or read aloud the chapter 'Royal & General' before the next session.
PDF copy in the resources section below (pgs 13-18 up to chapter 'What did you say?')
Audio book links for Chapter 3 here:
Life cycle of a mammal
Using secondary sources research – How do different mammals develop as they get older?
The children can start by trying to find out the gestation period for the mammals that they are finding out about. They can then find out more about: the average life span, the developments at different ages, and maybe any courtship behaviour.
National Geographic - https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/
Choose a British mammal if possible, we have so many amazing wild mammals living in this country.
Choose how you will present the information that you find out about the animals.