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Friday 24th April

Friday 24th April

 

Hello Badgers! I hope you’ve had a great week learning all about dinosaurs! Today is our final day on dinosaurs….aawwwwww! Have a look below for your Fridays fun activities.

Don’t forget to send your work in to our class email address. I want loads to put onto the website and the Facebook page too!

 

badgers@knowle-plymouth.co.uk

 

Make sure you get a grown-up to help you with that bit!
So here is your work for today…

 

English:

During this week you have learnt a story all about dinosaurs and then you planned and began to write your own stories. Today you can finish your stories and then you are going to have the opportunity to edit your writing.


To do this your are going to take one sentence at a time and think about the things below to see if you can improve your writing.

  • Capital Letters
  • Understanding – does it make sense?
  • Punctuation – Is this in the right place, have you got full stops, speech marks, commas, exclamation marks and question marks?
  • Spellings
  • Description – Have you got lots of adjectives?
  • Fronted adverbials/sentence starters.
  • Speech and correct speech marks.
  • Handwriting

 

We would love to read your edited stories so don’t forget to send them to us.

Maths:

 

Make sure you have gone onto Times Tables Rock Stars today.

 

In school we have practised solving missing number problems and trying to use our knowledge of the four calculations for solve these problems. Lots of us found this tricky and so wanted more practice. Below you will find lots of these questions for you to try.

 

Remember to email us any questions if you need help.

Computing/History/Geography:

You are going to try and answer this question.  How did dinosaurs go extinct?

 

Carry out some research by looking at the link below. And then watching the video. Jot down notes as you do your research.

https://www.kids-dinosaurs.com/dinosaur-extinction.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXwoy-Ce1ZE

 

You could also do your own research by typing in ‘how did dinosaurs go extinct?’ into google.

 

Then create a piece of work to show your findings. This could be a poster, PowerPoint, video, a piece of writing or any other ideas you would like to do.

 

History:

You have done lots of art work this week so I thought it would be fun for you to create a quiz for your family on everything you have learnt about dinosaurs. Remember you must know the answers…I wonder whether you know more than the other children and adults in your home.

Reading:

Please do your daily reading and record it in your reading record.

 

PE:

Try and do at least half an hour of exercise today. It is your choice what type of exercise you want to do. We would love to hear what you have been doing to keep healthy!

 

Play a game with the people you are living with, whether that is a board game, a sports game or a computing game.

 

We hope you are staying safe at home. Miss Barr and I miss you lots and hope to see you all soon!

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  • Butterflies:
  • Dragonflies:
  • Hedgehogs:
  • Squirrels:
  • Badgers:
  • Foxes:
  • Otters:
  • Kingfishers:
  • Woodpeckers:
  • Falcons:
  • Kestrels:
Class Attendance
  • Caterpillars
  • Butterflies
  • Dragonflies
  • Hedgehogs
  • Squirrels
  • Badgers
  • Foxes
  • Otters
  • Kingfishers
  • Woodpeckers
  • Falcons
  • Kestrels
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