Tuesday 23rd February
Hi everyone. It was great to see so you all again on Zoom yesterday. Remember we now have Zoom sessions on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
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- SPAG MAT - Your child should know which star they normally complete.
Once you have finished you can mark your own.
Stimulus – Where the Wild Things Are
In 1963, Maurice Sendak wrote the picture book Where the Wild Things Are.
Do you know it?
In the story, Max, on the night he wore his wolf suit, went on a magical journey to the land of the Wild Things and became the king of these strange creatures.
Eventually, he missed home and made the journey back to his bedroom, where it all began. It’s a wonderful story – you can listen to it here and see the wonderful illustrations.
Page 7 – lundi 1 janvier – Monday 1st January
Page 8 – shows that for the first we don’t say une (the number 1) we say premier. Remember that.
Your task for today:
Write the following dates in French, you may have to look up which day of the week they will be on:
- Your birthday this year
- Christmas day this year
- Pancake Day this Year
- Easter Sunday this year
- Bonfire Night this year
If you have managed to complete all the questions up to 7 and you didn’t complete yesterday’s challenge then have a go at that.
This week’s spelling list has ‘ie’ after ‘c’, today spend a little time practising them for your test on Friday. Make sure you know them all and aim to get to Royal Bee.
Comprehension - all of the answers will be in chapters 4 to 6.
What you’ll need:
- Empty water bottle
- Cardboard tube
- 3 x A4 pieces of paper
If you don’t have a cardboard tube, use any cardboard that you can roll into a tube.
Watch the video through a few times to get the hang of the activity.
Here’s some extra things to think about, so you can adapt the challenge and keep prototyping:
- What would happen to your rocket if you changed the bottle size or shape?
- How can you change your rocket launcher so that you can stamp on the bottle to make your rocket go higher?
- How can you change the shape of the wings to make your rocket more aerodynamic?
- What can you do to personalise your rocket with your own designs?
You will need to remember what you did this week as next week we will be writing up this experiment.