In this lesson, we will recap the key vocabulary used to describe 3D shapes and identify the properties of constructed 3-D shapes. 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.
If you haven't watched the documentary from yesterday's lesson you will need to do so to continue with today's learning. Make sure your notes are handy and you have read through them at least once. Today, you are going to start thinking about how you are going to put your poster together. This is a poster that tells us the impact that humans have on the ocean so make sure that you have at least 4/5 examples of this, e.g. ocean noise, plastic, fishing nets to name a few. Look at the plastic problems poster below. Notice on the poster below there are lots of fact boxes holding different pieces of information. Today, you will need to draft all the written information that you want in your poster just as we did in school for our non-chronological reports except these aren't paragraphs but one or two sentences. Focus just on the written content today. Remember you will still need to think about grammar rules in Year 4. Focus specifically on:
Fronted Adverbials (don't forget the comma!)
Conjunctions to expand your sentences.
I have also attached a lift of features that posters have. We have looked at this before in class and may help you to make your poster successful. As always, let us know on Teams if you need any help.
Carry on today with making your T shirt. I have put the video link below. Sometimes these knots can be tricky. Ask an adult at home to help with one or two but try to do as many as you can independently. When you are finished it will feel much more satisfying knowing you have done this yourself!
Once you you have made your bag it is time to put your design on it! If you are lucky enough to have fabric pens at home then use these as this is what we had in school for you. However, Sharpies or felt tip pens do work well but do need ironing after to keep the colour. Draw your design and then ask an adult to iron it on - please tell them not to use steam! A piece of baking paper or something similar is a good idea to put between your bag and the iron to make sure no pen ink gets on to the iron. Good luck!
Saw this little gem and it reminded me of all of you! We love this one in 4C, go on, show adults at home! Pizza for tea, anyone??