Good morning Willow Class.
LI – to plan a chapter of a story.
Task 1. Have a look at the words below; do you know what they mean?
scout, hollow, trotting, loomed, soundly, jaunt
Complete a chart like the one below (as you did on Monday):
|Word||What I think it means||Dictionary Definition||Synonyms|
Use a dictionary to find the definitions.
Spot the vocabulary that you have been exploring. Think about the meaning of the words in the sentences in which they appear. What do you think is going to happen next? Will Tom and Stella find Harry? Where is the water coming from? Will they have an adventure? What will they find? Will they tell anyone or keep it a secret? Will the gardener catch them? If you can, discuss these questions with someone at home or otherwise, just think about them.
Task 3. You are going to plan the next chapter of the story today before writing your chapter tomorrow.
Consider the questions above. Think about the title of the book. How does this tie in with the story? How can you make your story exciting?
Plan your chapter using a method that you have used at school, e.g. a story mountain or a story board, etc. Please choose one of the templates below to help you plan your chapter. You can either print this out or copy it into your Home Learning Book.
Lancashire Big Sing! – 11am
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Thursday 18th June Song 4
Today we are continuing with the Oak Academy online lessons based on Shape and Symmetry. Please click the link below and then scroll down past all the measures lessons to the next section of lessons on shape and symmetry. Click on lesson 4 and then start lesson.
LI – to investigate angles within shapes.
Remember to work through the different sections of the lesson at your own pace and do any recording and working out in your Home Learning Book.
Please access Mrs O’Donnell’s Stilling Time activity for today and enjoy your time with her.
This afternoon, we are going to access the BBC Home Learning Geography lesson from 9th June. Please click on the link below to access the lesson:
LI – to learn about different types of biomes including rainforest, desert, savannah, woodland, grassland and tundra.
Please work through the lesson reading the information and watching the videos (make any notes you need/want under the LI in your Home Learning Book).
There are then three activities to do, one online and two paper-based. If you can print the sheet out then do so but otherwise, work straight into your Home Learning Book.
Well done for working so hard today! Remember to send me examples of the work you have produced and check if you have any issues or questions. ‘See’ you all tomorrow!