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Wednesday: Good Morning Unicorns,

Did you know...?

Your heart is about the same size as your fist.heart


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.


Geography :

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.’


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 smiley x