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Write a letter from Heather to the alien from the time when she is waiting to meet her friend again. A-Z Animal list: Can you think of an animal for each letter of the alphabet. Can you add sound buttons?
Imagine they are going to be one of the characters from the story and an adult is going to be Judge Jenny. What would they say to Judge Jenny? How could they persuade her? https://www.stem.org.uk/system/files/elibrary-resources/legacy_files_migrated/29982-wellcometrust_primary_bb_bodychallengecards.pdf Recognise vowel and consonant digraphs and blending by playing this game or add suffixes playing this game. Using your story map I want you to write the start of a you story. Don't forget to include a setting description and introduce your characters. Step 2: Squeeze glue over your lines that you have drawn. My class of 7 year olds needed a little bit of help with this so watch out!When Beryl is fully grown her mass should be 10 times the mass she was when she first came to live with them. What should her mass be then? (multiply by 10) Your child could draw or paint a portrait of their significant somebody using a photograph or digital image to support them.They may wish to write an information report about this person too!
First how fabulous it's been to talk to lots and lots of you over the last few days. I am so pleased that you are all getting on ok and that you are all so excited to share what you have been doing at home. It has really made me smile and I think that you, your parents and guardians are all super-duper stars! Can you Invent a New Olympic Game?- Challenge your child to invent their very own game for the 2021 (2022) Olympics. Look at a list of all of the sports that already compete in the summer Olympics here. Can they write a set of instructions for the new game or draw illustrations. Why not test the game out as a family? You might like to search for photos of the ‘Birds nest’ to help you with your design but here are some to help. The Queen: Then and Now- What was life like for Queen Elizabeth I? This video may help your child to understand. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkrkscw/articles/zkh7bdm If you have already finished then re-read and edit your work. Be Mrs Mills and look for your spellings (key words are in your reading diary), best choice of vocabulary (could you change any words) and the overall presentation. Then illustrate it.
You can write in role as a king, queen, prince, princess, knight or servant. Don’t forget those sentence openers and conjunctions. And while I loved the messages about family and friends and finding what you're looking for, at the same time, I honestly thought the ending was going to be different, and I think that's where this left me a little dissatisfied. I was curious to see where the author was going - was she going to realize her dream at the end, and travel in space? Was she going to pass away and through death, finally see the stars (was totally preparing myself for this)? Was she going to find Earth family and space friends and a way to bridge the two? The ending as it turned out just felt a bit... rushed? Forced? Heavy-handed? I don't know quite how to say it, other than it just didn't quite satisfy me after how much I enjoyed the rest of the book. It wasn't bad, just not as good as the rest.
In the following video, the author / illustrator answers questions from children in a primary school. What questions would you like to ask him? Use this link to find a video to explain todays learning when counting fractions. There are also challenges to go along with it that can be printed. Look through any books or magazines you might have and identify any places from around the world by looking at the illustrations. They could also look through a magazine or newspaper and find the names of different countries. Design a machine that could help Heather communicate with her alien friend when they are separated.Create a fact file about your favourite animal. Research an animal of your choice and explore the vocabulary required to describe them. Use the BBC bitesize materials through this link or on the Red Button on your TV to explore fact families Design a cottage - Compare how a cottage is different to your house. Can you make a model of your house and a cottage? Select a number between 2 and 20. Make a poster showing how many different ways to make this number using addition, subtraction, multiplication etc.