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Term 6 Week 7 and 8
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Here is the Wider Curriculum activities for the next 2 weeks. With maths, writing and reading, we would only expect you to complete 2 activities a day.

Example of observational drawing

WEEKs 5 and 6

Monday fitness circuits

Here are some extra activities for you to complete if you have already worked through the topic activities set last week.

Here the is word document version of the above grid where you will be able to follow the links for weeks 5 and 6

Monday daily journal
Tuesday Drain your Drinks activity
Wednesday Science Investigation - How does exercise affect your pulse?
Wednesday - Design a Water Bottle
Thursday Make a Smoothie

TERM 5

Week 1

Thursday 16th April 2020

 

Over the next few weeks you will continue to learn about influential people during the Victorian times.

 

Isambard Kingdom Brunel

 

Watch this clip all about his life and his successes ...

Make a mind map of everything you have learnt so far.

 

Now make a fact file using headings, subheadings, key facts and information and technical words.

Use this template as an example of what your fact file will look like. Of course, you could use your own imagination and create your own project on him!

Friday 17th April 2020

 

Now that you have learnt about Isambard Kingdom Brunel, we would like you to choose one of his famous designs to build yourself.

 

Watch this clip to remind yourself of why he was famous and what for.

 

Now it is your turn to design and build something. Choose from any of his famous designs and have fun. Remember to plan it fist using the planning sheet, include diagrams, labels and a short description of what it does.

Use this website to help consolidate what you have learnt about Brunel. We will revisit this topic in a few weeks, so the more you know now, the more you will remember next time!

 

Week 2

Monday 20th April 2020

 

LI: Recall events in the life of a historical person.

 

Read the information about Brunel. You will need to recall each event in his life so you might want to make notes.

Now order the events in his life. You can use the pictures provided or draw your own.

Can you complete the missing information to complete the fact    sheet?
          

Tuesday 21st April 2020

 

LI: To investigate floating and sinking object (buoyancy)

 

Work through the slides which will explain Buoyancy.

Why Do Ships Float?

Ever wonder why something as heavy as a cruise ship could float above the water? Learn about displacement with Jessi and The Giant Squid, Squidstravaganza! -...

Now for your challenge...

Wednesday 22nd April

 

You are going to continue your work from term 4 on coding. You have already visited this website. I hope you enjoyed the tasks and challenges.

 

We will move on now to build on what you have learnt ... (Just click on the picture)

     

It's going to be a warm sunny day, get outside for PE today if it is safe to do so! You could even make one in your front room! (Ask your parents first!)

 

Make your own obstacle course. Time yourself to see how long it takes to complete it. Ask your brother, sister, mum or dad to try to beat your time. Or you could attempt to beat your own time.

Here are a few ideas for inspiration ...

 

 

          

PLAY | Indoor Obstacle Course!

In honor of the Olympics... and my need for the kids to burn some serious energy...we built an obstacle course using stuff we already had! Subscribe for new ...

Thursday 23rd April

 

Let's think back to our Mediterranean leaning. Can you remember which part Morocco is in?

You will be making some Moroccan art today!

Here is a reminder about Morocco ...

Here are some websites to support your ideas.

 

Introducing Morocco

Start exploring Morocco with Lonely Planet's video guide to getting around, when to go and the top things to do while you're there.

The complex geometry of Islamic design - Eric Broug

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-complex-geometry-of-islamic-design-eric-broug In Islamic culture, geometric design is everywhere: you can fin...

Some geometric colouring pages for you to complete once you have made your Moroccan hand print.

Friday 24th April

 

LI: Recall facts about Morocco.

Use the information you looked at yesterday on Morocco. Make a fact file which includes the things you have read or researched.

 

If you need more research on the country then here are some more websites and documents ..

 

Set out your fact file with headings, sub headings (making sure you underline), pictures, and make it colourful so I will be happy to read it!

You may wish to set it out like this .. (These are just examples of what your might look like)

 

      

 

         

Week 3

Monday 27th April

 

This week I will be setting you a project or two rather than a different lesson each day. You can then choose to spend as much time on it as you like and when you like. You may wish to complete one of the tasks each day or more than one.

 

You will find everything you need on the document links below.

Project 1 - Keeping in touch.

           

 

Read the following news report and complete the suggested tasks. Have fun with your debate!

Week 4

Monday 4th May

 

Another project for you this week. This project will help to consolidate your learning from the beginning of year 3. Have fun with it!

 

You will find everything you need on the document links below.

Project 2 - Animals and their habitats.

Let's see what you can remember from our topic on light.

           

 

Monday 23rd March 2020

All about MAGNETS!

Let's remind ourselves about magnets! Look at each slide first before you move on to the activities.

Magnetism | The Dr. Binocs Show | Educational Videos For Kids

Learn about Magnetism with Dr. Binocs. Hey kids, have you ever wondered how do magnets get attracted to each other? Here's Dr. Binocs with Ms. Magnet to teac...

Fun with Magnets for Kids! Levitating Magnets and cool magnet science tricks.

We're having fun with magnets! Join Hazel's Mom as she experiments with magnets! Pushing, pulling, magnetic forces, magnetic fields, this video has it all! G...

Tuesday 24th March 2020

Keep yourself active!

Spider-man yoga compilation | Cosmic Kids Yoga

Would you like to have Spider-man powers? Doing some cool yoga can make it a little bit more possible! Remember to subscribe! http://bit.ly/cosmickidsyoga Yo...

Frozen | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

Episode 32 | Frozen | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! An epic kids yoga adventure inspired by Disney's Frozen! Join Jaime as we make the epic journey through A...

Wednesday 25th March 2020

How Your Bones and Skeleton Works

If you want to know more about your beautiful bones, this movie is a great place to start!

Skeleton Dance | Halloween Songs for Kids | Shake Dem Halloween Bones | The Kiboomers

The Kiboomers - Skeleton Dance! Halloween songs! Halloween music for kids! Shake dem Halloween Bones! ★Get this song on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/a...

COSMIC KIDS | SKELETON DANCE | EXTENDED HALLOWEEN MEGAMIX!!

A special EXTENDED Halloween remix of the Skeleton Dance from the Cosmic Kids yoga adventure Ruby Broom. By special request! 3 whole minutes of silly dancing...

Thursday 26th March 2020

Here is an art lesson based around the influential Victorian artist, William Morris. Become familiar with his work by looking through the document. You may have seen some of his designs before or at least similar ones. They tend to be repeating patterns.

 

Could you create a William Morris art piece of your own?

We would love to see it!

Dr Barnardo Research Activity

 

Use the internet, non fiction books or ask your family to research the following information about Dr Barnardo and his important work. (You may know some of these questions already! Let's see what you can recall)

 

1. Where did Dr Barnardo live?

2. What job did he have?

3.Why did he set up his own school?

4. Who was Jim Jarvis? Why is he so important?

5. Where were the children living?

6. Why did Barnardo start his fund? Where did he get the money from?

7. What do you think the children thought of Dr Barnardo?

8. Who looked after the children in the homes?

9. What year was the first home opened?

Rewrite the story of Dr Barnardo. Remember to use your literacy skills. You could add pictures to your story to help sequence the events.

Friday 27th March 2020

BBC Bitesize is a great way to recap topics already taught. Here are 5 online videos and games for you to work through.

  • Watch the videos
  • make notes of key facts and information, including key words
  • complete the online activity after each video (you will find this if you scroll down under the video clip).

Your task:

Make a board game for you and your family to play. I have given you some examples here for ideas.

It must include the digestive system and could be quite fun racing to the loo!

Monday 30th March 2020

Have a look at the Eatwell guide to familiarise yourself with all the different food types.

  • Make notes on each food type - what sort of food is included? what does it give your body? etc.
  • Make your own plate of food using the food types.
  • Draw and label your plate of food with all the things it provides.
Make a food diary for the week. Either print this off or make your own diary. Remember to include the food group and what nutrients it gives you and what it provides to keep you healthy.

Work through these worksheets to show what you have remembered about each food group.

 

You can now make a balanced lunch or dinner for your family (Make sure an adult helps you in the kitchen!)

 

Tuesday 31st March 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Think back to our earlier learning and what the Victorians have invented that we still use today.
  2. Make a list of inventions that you find useful in modern Britain.
  3. Decide on one invention that you would like to recreate or improve!
  4. Design your invention with a description of how it works.

 

Here is an example of how you might like to set it out ...

 

 

You are going to continue your work from earlier in the year on coding. This website will give you plenty of chance to practise coding and build your skill levels. Please don't rush through the games, you will be set tasks throughout the next few weeks.

 

Try this one first to see how you get on ... (Just click on the picture)

Wednesday 1st April 2020

Today you will become a journalist and report on one of the events during the Olympic games!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activity:

  • Imagine you are a sports journalist for your local paper and have been asked to report on as amazing day at the Olympic Games.
  • Luckily you have a time machine so you can travel to any Winter, Summer or Paralympic Games.
  • Write up you article - remember to lay it out in a newspaper article format.

Examples of how to set out the report

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