As you listen to the music today I want you to think about all the friends and family you are missing. Don’t worry if you feel sad, it’s important to feel the emotions you have inside. What could you do to reach out to them? Could you call them or write to them? Could you talk to them at a distance? (I miss you all so much x)
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.
Lessons this week from: Summer Term - Week 6 (w/c 1st June)
The question and answer sheets are now only found at the bottom of this page as you need a subscription to see them.
Watch the lesson and complete the sheet too: Lesson 3 - Fractions of an amount
The sheets for lesson 3 are found in the resources at the bottom of this page.
If you have not already guessed, the image shown yesterday and the day before was of a forest fire.
- Use the range of language you have generated so far to compose a poem inspired by the scene.
- Use the framework below to support the structuring of this composition.
- The opening phrase should capture the sense of being at the edge of the forest and the overwhelming vastness of the scene.
- As you move through the poem each line should take you closer and closer to the heart of the forest capturing the heavy weight and intensity that would come with that.
- Share your poem with someone and reflect on how it feels and sounds when performed.
The adaptations of foxes.
Watch the video below and make notes about the three different types of foxes.
What is the same and what is different about them?
What adaptations do they have for their different types of habitats?
Do they have the same diet? Is there body structure the same?
Present your findings however you like e.g. poster, non-chronological report, Powerpoint.
You could also look at the videos of our own resident foxes here: