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PE With Joe | Tuesday 12th May

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Literacy

 

Today you will write a setting description. Have a look at the picture of the tin forest. Use the success criteria to help you write about what it is like there.

Maths

 

What does a bar chart look like? How does it show data?

Today, we will be reminding ourselves about bar charts, from Monday. Complete the activity sheets.

Guided Reading

 

Re-read your summary from Monday to remind yourself about the text, Extreme Weather

Read the Question Booklet and work through questions 9-14, remember to find the answer in the text for every question – even if you think that you remember it!

Billy Blanks - Tae Bo Kicks

Billy Blanks' Tae Bo Kicks for Kids

Topic - Science

 

 

Today we will be exploring environmental changes and the effects that these have on living things.

Read through the Powerpoint and learn about changing environments and the natural and human reasons that these changes are happening. You will explore the effects that these changes have on living things and their habitats.

Following the prompt on the Powerpoint, research an endangered species of your choice. You are going to research one endangered animal by looking on the Internet. Draw a picture of the animal, describe the animal’s habitat and explain what changes to the environment have made the animal an endangered species. Can you suggest what can be done to save the animal from extinction?

Then prepare a short presentation about your endangered animal, to share the information you have found out through your research. Focus on communicating your findings about the animal and its habitat, and the environmental changes that have made it endangered.

You can present this to a member of your family or (with your parent/guardian’s consent) film yourself and upload it to Twitter with the tag @broomwoodschool

Cressida reads How to Be a Pirate: Chapter 7

The seventh chapter of How to Be a Pirate. You can watch previous chapters, and catch up on the first book here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe01...

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