Hello everyone! We have all made it to the end of April! A whole month where some have not been to school. Crazy, eh? Hopefully, you are still doing your best at home. There has been some magnificent home learning sent it. Keep it up.
Here are your activities for today.
Today, you are going to create a poem all about Extreme Earth.
Here is an example of an alliteration poem about a sunny day. Each line uses a verb and a noun that have the same first letter:
Sloppy, slappy suncream,
Here is an example of a similar poem that uses verbs:
Here is an example of an acrostic poem:
S unny weather,
U mbrellas aren’t needed,
N ow it’s time to wear suncream,.
S horts and t-shirt on,
H ot, hot, hot,
I ce creams in the sun,
N ice and warm,
E njoy it while it lasts!
Your task is to create one of these types of poems about extreme weather or extreme Earth. It could be about volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunamis or any of the things that we have looked about. Once you have created a draft, make a best copy.
Below on this page, you will find some yellow boxes. Each box contains a task to do. This is all things that we have covered this year. Can you complete each of the islands?
Make sure you do a session on TTRS as well! We are planning a tournament very soon, so you need to make sure you’re up to scratch and well practiced!
We’ve seen some amazing volcanoes and all sorts of other things being sent in this week.
Check out this amazing website. Each of the red circles gives you information about an extreme location in the world.
Look through the different locations. Choose a location to find out more about. Complete research on an extreme part of the world and present it on a fact poster.
Have a great day!