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Wednesday 22nd April

Wednesday 22nd April

 

Hello Foxes! I hope you’ve had a super start to your week learning all about dinosaurs.  Today we are going to have even more fun thinking about these roarsome creatures. Roooooooaaaaaaaarrr!

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!

 

foxes@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:

On Monday you listened to a story and created a story map. Yesterday you thought more deeply about the story. Today you are going to create a plan for your own story.


Rewatch the video to remind you of the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scgJTboPS7w

 

Pete has lots of other pairs of pants to choose from! Today you are going to choose one of the other pairs of pants (I have put a picture underneath the work to show you all of the different types) and plan your own story.

You can use each of the key points from our original story and edit them to make the key ideas for your story.

Think about:

  • Change the name of the main character
  • Think about where he found the pants
  • Describe the pants you have chosen
  • What world have the pants taken your character too?
  • What other characters are with the main character?
  • What problems does your character face?
  • How are the problems solved?
  • How does your story end?

Here are the key points for the original story:

  1. Pete finds a strange suitcase in the attic. It is full of pants.
  2. Pete puts on some hairy pants and is transported to another world.
  3. Pete lands on an egg and it cracks. A baby dinosaur comes out and thinks Pete is its Daddy!
  4. Pete meets a chicken called Ted and they tell the baby dino that they will help him find his Daddy.
  5. Ted and Pete are chased by a tyrannosaurus-rex, but they manage to escape.
  6. Ted and Pete are chased by Veliciraptors and escape on Ted’s skateboard!
  7. They see the baby dino’s Daddy far away in a swap and decide to go through the swamp.
  8. They find the Dino Daddy and he is happy to see his son.
  9. The Dino Daddy gives Pete and Ted a ride around the swamp.
  10. Pete takes off the pants and is back in his attic at home.


Now have a go at planning your story using bullet pointed notes. Remember it is a plan you are not writing your stories today.  

Maths:

 

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

 

You have been practising solving calculations this week so today I thought we would have a think about shapes. Your challenge is to use different shapes to make a dinosaur. You can either draw shapes on paper or use different shapes you find around your house to build the dinosaur. However, you must name and describe each of the shapes you use.

Answer these questions for each shape:

  • What is the name of shape?
  • How many sides does your shape have?
  • How many corners?
  • Does it have right angles? How many?
  • Does it have obtuse angles? How many?
  • Does it have acute angles? How many?
  • Does it have perpendicular lines? How many?
  • Does it have parallel lines? How many?
  • Does it have any lines of symmetry? How many? How do you know?

 

Below there is an information sheet to remind you about the different angles and lines and some examples of dinosaurs you could create. Don't forget to click on the pictures to make them bigger so you can see them more clearly.

Year 4 see if you can challenge yourself by using 3D shapes from around your house. Use the internet to research more about their properties.

Topic/Computing/History:

 

Your challenge is to use your knowledge of dinosaurs to see if you can think of a dinosaur for each letter of the alphabet. How many can you do without searching the internet. Use the photo below to help you see how to lay it out.

PSHE:

Try this yoga activity by following along with the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X655B4ISakg    

 

Reading:

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

 

PE:

Also Joe Wicks is still doing daily workouts! Or you could dance along to some just dance videos on youtube. 

 

We hope you have a fantastic day!

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  • Thunberg
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