Wednesday: Good Morning Unicorns,
Did you know...?
Your heart is about the same size as your fist.
We are moving on to problem solving today – check out Lesson 3: Problem solving and the activities to complete too.
Reading a book or text of your choice. If you have not done so this week – share your reading with someone at home. Read to a parent, a sibling or even your pet!
Focus on your biography – looking particularly at the punctuation. What needs editing and can you change anything? Focus on: capital letters, full stops, commas. Look at adding different punctuation like: brackets, colons, semi-colons and dashes etc. If you would like to send your work to me I can help you with this process.
Research the famous Galapagos Islands. Charles Darwin travelled here on the HMS Beagle in 1835 – these islands played a crucial role in the development of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution.
Can you answer these questions?
- Where are the Galapagos Islands?
- How did the Galapagos Islands form?
- What lived on the Galapagos Islands before humans?
- What birds helped Darwin prove his Theory of Evolution? And why?
- Why are the Galapagos islands world famous?
Find the Islands on a map: print a copy or draw a copy of your own so you can refer back to it.
Check out this website too as part of your research. ‘Let’s explore the Galapagos Islands.’ https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z3fycdm/articles/zk9cxyc
Mrs Harrison has planned an exciting art lesson for you all inspired by an artist called Richard Long. I have added the lesson to the documents tab below for you to click and see Mrs Harrison’s message and activity.
Hope you have a super day x