Good morning everyone and welcome to Friday’s learning activities.
BBC Bitesize weekly challenge.
Continue watching The Lego Story from yesterday:
Pause the film at these key points and write notes about Godtfred Kirk Christiansen and how Lego developed.
Using your notes to help you, create either a poster or a page to go in an information book or on a website – all about The Lego Story. Imagine the poster or book will be for children who are the same age as you, or younger, so try to make it as interesting and easy to follow as possible!
Remember to include:
– heading (e.g. All About Lego)
– sub-headings (e.g. How did Lego get its name? Who was Ole Kirk Kristianson?)
– labelled picture/ diagram of a Lego brick/other toys
– amazing fact(s) to surprise your reader.
Alternatively, you may wish to organise your writing using a timeline structure like the example read yesterday
Keep reading over your writing to check it makes sense. Remember to check for your spellings and punctuation.
Colour your picture/diagram/timeline and titles to make your page as bright and interesting as possible. If you can, post it to your teacher so they can share your poster/information page/timeline with the rest of your class!
If you are looking for some extra English follow the link to the BBC Bitesize daily English lesson.
BBC Bitesize daily English lesson.
Enjoy completing Mr Garvey’s PE challenge.
Anglo-Saxon tapestry is regarded as one of the greatest examples of Anglo-Saxon art, because it was made by English (Anglo-Saxon) artisans. It is also extremely important as a historical document.
Take time to colour in your very own Anglo-Saxon tapestry.
Why is it great to be you?
Draw a picture of yourself or use a photograph of yourself and write around it all the reasons why it is great to be you.
Joke Of The Day
I said to the Gym instructor, “Can you teach me to do the splits?”
He said, “How flexible are you?”
I said, “I can’t make Tuesdays”‘
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