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To continue our time thinking about understanding the word and message of God. 

How do you show love and heart to others? How does this help your understanding of life? If you are kind, caring and loving to others how do they react to you?


Today we are continuing to look at a new area of maths, the area of an object or a shape. Today we are looking at creating shapes of specific area. There is a link to the videos found here


Alongside working through the video content, there is also a work sheet that will expand on creating shapes with a specific area.


We are looking at the next pages of our story again today. Below is the main picture and the two sections of the text.

Start with a read through and search for new vocabulary and words to use in our writing later. Remember it maybe a word that you know but being used in a way you have not seen before, such as in the last sentence the use of bent. This means to row and pull on the oars.

Task 1

Place yourselves into Shackleton's position as he paced up and down the ice floe, what do you think he was feeling? Mind map some emotions that would fit with the situation and what we know about Shackleton. Were your emotions positive or negative? Do you think he was struggling or coping?

Shackleton was responsible for fate of the entire crew, every man as well as how they were coping. I would like you to use the emotions you have already thought about to create 5 pieces of speech that Shackleton could have said to make his crew better, safer and ready for the stage of their of the mission.


Task 2

I would you to read back through all that we have read so far and create a story map summarising the main points and important parts of the story.


Today we are going to carry on from the learning we did last week on turning solids into liquids into gasses and also back again. This cycle happens around us all the time without us even knowing it, it is called the water cycle.


The water cycle is the endless repetition of rain falling, being evaporated and then condensing again.


To help us learn the water below are 2 videos to watch.

Geography | KS1 | KS2 | The water cycle | BBC Teach

This film explores the water cycle: what it is and how it works.

Water Cycle - Blazer Fresh | Science Video | GoNoodle

Round and round and round goes the Water Cycle! C'mon y'all get down with the Water Cycle!

It would be great to see some videos of you doing the water cycle dance!!


To support what you have learnt in the videos there is also a presentation to go along side.


Task 1

To follow the steps in the mini water worlds activity sheet so you can see the water cycle in action


Task 2

Create something to represent the water cycle. It can be done in anyway you choose at all, a model, a poster, a written explanation, a collage. The choice is completely up to you.