Hello boys and girls. We hope you have had a lovely Easter and you are ready to work hard at home.
Please find the following tasks for you to complete throughout the week.
Live tasks will be uploaded daily for you to try below:
Menti: 94 88 65
Tuesday is a spelling one https://kahoot.it/challenge/0595030?challenge-id=afbf928c-9e6d-4eaf-b77f-403bc426336c_1587193854071
Game PIN 0595030
code: 16 27 32
Menti: 85 00 6
Literacy Shed: https://www.literacyshed.com/windmillfarmer.html
The children can write a first-person narrative also describing the feelings of the farmer, watching tentatively from the windows waiting for the ‘green shoots of first growth.’ This can be a set of diaries exploring the mood at certain points.
Children research wind farms and the advantages/disadvantages.
Write letters of complaint to the farmer about how his wind farm is spoiling the countryside, or messages of support for his beautiful crop and his efforts to help the environment.
There are links with Jack and the Beanstalk, perhaps the children can create a story about something else growing from seed. What would they like to grow from seed? A money tree perhaps!
Think about personification of weather describing the ‘vicious wind, teasing the windmills before decapitating them one by one as they pleaded for mercy!’
Please go to the website below and complete the lessons labelled ‘week 2’. These can be completed in your exercise book.
Please go to the link and watch the video about Earth’s Orbit and Rotation. https://www.generationgenius.com/videolessons/earths-orbit-and-rotation-video-for-kids/