Good morning Willow and Emerald,
I hope you are all well and had a good weekend. This weeks home learning we are giving you a range of tasks, including maths, writing and science, to complete over the week, which you can complete in any order.
This week’s tasks are the following:
Maths : comparing measurements.
English: watch the clip (please supervise children when watching as it is a you tube clip or use the other link below) and write a recount of the story as the explorer. Include interesting adjectives for description, your feelings and thoughts and retell the story for someone who has not watched the video. I can’t wait to see your fantastic writing. Also, practise joining you handwriting where possible and remember correct punctuation (especially capital letters!)
Here is my example. What have I included that is good? (First paragraph.) Have I made any mistakes in my writing? (Second paragraph.)writing example tadeo jones
Science: This term our science topic would have been Animals, including Humans, so I would like you to have a go at the following task.
Group the animals into the correct group using the Venn Diagram. Are they a herbivore, an omnivore or a carnivore? Watch the clip above to learn what these words mean. To group them, you could write, draw a picture of each animal or print, cut out and place them in the correct section.
Then choose 1 animal from each group. Write 1 – 3 sentences about which type the animal is and what they eat (you may need to research).
E.g. A rabbit is a herbivore, which means they eat plants. For example, they mainly eat grass or hay. Some pet rabbits might eat lettuce or carrots as a treat.
You can print out the following Venn diagram, draw your own or even create one (using hoops for example).venn group animals what they eat
group animals what they eat
Keep up the good work Willow and please share what you are doing with us.
Miss Hollis and Mrs Kenth