LAST DAY OF ISOLATION!!!!
See you tomorrow!!!!
In this lesson, we will recap the key vocabulary used to describe 3D shapes before applying our understanding of 3-D shapes to problem solving. Click the red text below to find the lesson. You can complete the learning online. There is no need to submit evidence for this learning.
Up to this point, you will have watched the episode of The Blue Planet and have taken detailed notes on how humans impact the oceans. You will have written these notes up in to sentences which can then be copied up in to your poster. Now you will need to put it all together. Your poster can have pictures with captions and fact boxes to bring all of your sentences to life in your poster. If you can, you can print the pictures from the internet or copy them like we did with the pictures for our non-chronological reports. Again, I have attached the What A Good One Looks Like (WAGOLL) below to help you. If you would like to, take a picture and put on Teams for us to see your finished poster.
Keep going with the bags! Please don't worry if they are not perfect, they are tricky to do! I am sure adults at home will help you with a couple of the knots and the ironing part but it is important that you do as much of the bag yourself. It doesn't matter that it is not perfect, in fact it's a good thing as it gives you something to mention in your evaluation. An evaluation is thinking back at what you have done and recognising what has worked well and what hasn't. What would you have done better next time? Give this a go using the sheet below.
The last part of our geography learning would have been on The Water Cycle. Read through the lesson presentation below either on the Powerpoint presentation or the PDF and watch the Go Noodle dance video. Trust me this will get in your head! Water, water, water, water cycle! Complete the worksheet attached to bring all the learning together. Remember check out the *'s to suit your confidence.
* - Mild
** - Spicy
*** - Hot