Wednesday 20th May
Fact of the day:
The first Cadbury Easter Egg was produced in 1875. It was made with dark chocolate and inside were sugar-coated chocolate drops.
Start your day off with some exercise. Choose either to follow the Joe Wicks live workout or a yoga routine from the Cosmic Kids Yoga link!
Reading for at least 20 minutes today, independently or to an adult. Don't forget, you can still quiz on books at home!
Today we are going to continue on from yesterday and look at ten to and five to.
Look at the pictures below.
Hopefully after yesterday's lesson, these times won't be too tricky.
Now convert the following analogue times to digital times.
We are going to write the next paragraph in our book review today.
This paragraph will be: My favourite bit
This is your chance to give the reader an insight into one of the best bits! You can give away a few details but remember, not too many!! You need to remember to tell them why this is your favourite part, otherwise the paragraph turns into you explaining more about the book.
Have a look at the paragraph I have written:
My favourite part is when the children meet the Saucepan man. They climb up the ladder and into his land and find themselves walking down steps made of saucepans. Mr Saucepan Man cannot hear the children very well and he gets their sentences very muddled. This is my favourite part because it is funny hearing the sentences Mr Saucepan Man thinks the children are saying. He gets very confused and it made me laugh! The pictures showing what he looks like are the best pictures in the book. You will have to read the book to find out what he looks like!
Science / Geography:
Today, you are going to do some research on endangered animals.
An endangered animal is an animal that is in danger of becoming extinct. An animal is endangered when there are very few of them left on the planet.
Below is a sheet showing lots of different endangered animals. Your job is to choose 3-5 and answer the questions. You will need to do some research using your computing skills.
You can do more if you are a speedy researcher!!