Today we continue to explore strength and to think about how we are strong as people. Reflect on this situation and question. You are on the playground enjoying your lunch time play. You see a Unicorn child go over a child from Imps and take the ball they are playing with. What do you do? How would you react?
You know it is wrong but would you say something? It would take strength of character to say something to the child or to go to an adult. Reflect on when you have had to be strong recently. How did you get through it?
Prayer and talk to God about your strength of character, ask for help and support to do the right thing.
Today we are continuing to explore and look at fractions. Today we are looking at our second day of adding fractions together. There is a link to the videos found here
You can also access the videos by scanning the QR code below:
Alongside working through the video content, there is also a work sheet that will expand on adding fractions together.
What did you think the front covers from yesterday showed? Do you still agree with your predictions from yesterday or have you changed your mind overnight? Review your predictions and check if you want to change anything. The images are below to review.
Today we are going to start looking at the text. The first sentence of the book is:
"If you turned your head the East wind and you could see forever you would see Ivan's land."
What do you think Ivan's land may look like. Mind map or word cloud your ideas down. What clues did you use to create your ideas? What influenced you?
In the pictures below are some pictures that may support your thinking for the next task. Do they match the ideas you out down? Are there an differences? What the similarities?
We are beginning a new topic area in science today. We are learning about living things and their habitats.
The first tasks we need to do when starting a new topic area is to create a topic front page. As with the English task you can create your front cover in anyway you choose. There are some pictures to help inspire you.
The second task is to create a KWL (what I know, what I want to learn, what I have learnt) grid. Today we only to need to complete the first 2 sections, the K and W. The K section is for anything you know about all livings things such as naming them, where to find them, what they may look like or how to sort them. The W section is for questions you hope to answer as we learn about living things and where are likely to find them.
You create your own KWL grids or there is a made one below.