Writing Task: Explanation Text
Start your writing session today by editing your explanation writing so far.
Does it make sense?
Have you included enough detail for the reader?
Have you used technical vocabulary and varied punctuation?
Before you start writing today, you may want to re-watch the videos from yesterday or re-read the information from Tuesday.
Key information for you to include:
Remember…..White blood cells are part of the germ-fighting immune system. They are like little warriors floating around in your blood waiting to attack invaders, like viruses and bacteria. You have several types of white blood cells and each has its own special role in fighting off the different kinds of that make people sick.
Today, you need to write about white blood cells. Remember to give detail about their appearance, role and why they are so important in our bodies.
We will continue this writing next week...
Healthy Bodies: Muscles
We need muscles to move. Read the the information on the slides below about the different types of muscles, how some muscles work in pairs to move the skeleton and the names of some of the major muscle groups.
When we exercise our muscles have to work harder which makes them feel tired. Our hearts have to work harder too to get more blood to the muscles that are working which makes our hearts beat faster.
Design your own workout. Your activity is to identify and label each of the muscles using the Human Muscles Diagram from the link below. Next write down some exercises that would be good for specifically working each group of muscles.
Art: Frida Kahlo webinar
A parent has made us aware of an upcoming webinar that will lead children in an art project on Thursday 3rd June. There is a small fee, of less than £5, and children will need some art equipment if interested. The link is below. If you attend, we would love to know how it goes and what you get up to!
This day in history: 1913
English suffragette Emily Davison dies after throwing herself in front of King George V's horse Anmer during running of the Derby at Epsom. This is one of the events that eventually led to women being allowed to vote.