Today use the information below to help you write a diary entry from the old man about his day.
What types of graphs and charts can you name?
What does a line graph look like? Why is it called a line graph?
Today we are going to be exploring, reading and interpreting line graphs.
Read through the sunflower activity sheets and challenge cards.
Read the first text in the Reading Booklet, Foreign Lands, on page 6.
Note down any unfamiliar words while you read.
After you have read the text, use a dictionary, the internet (www.dictionary.com) or ask an adult to help you to understand the word in the context of the sentence.
Can you summarise what the text was about? What kind of text was it? How did the poem make you feel? Why?
Using the following movements, can you create your own relay race?
In a space in your house (or outside if you have a garden), make a circuit and decide how many of each jump or movement you need to do and where you will do each one. When you have finished, time yourself completing your circuit. How long did it take?
Challenge yourself to try it again – can you complete it faster?
Could you challenge a member of your family to complete your circuit? Don’t forget to time them too!
Topic - Geography
Today, you will learn about Rainforest tribes and how they live a sustainable life.