Introduction To This Week-1.m4v
Africa is a continent with 56 different countries, each one with it’s own flag. Look at the National Flags of Africa and chose your favourite. Can you match it up to it’s country using the Africa Map with Flags? Now have a try at drawing your favourite flag – remember to include a title stating which country it is for.
Adverbs. Watch the video to recap what adverbs are and how they are used. Then complete the three tasks in the Boring Sentences document.
African Safari. Imagine you are on Safari in Africa. Write about all the animals that you see on your trip. See separate notes.
Science - Animals including humans: Lesson 4: Exercise
Look through the PowerPoint slides 1-10
Activity 1: Time yourself doing your 5 exercises. How many times can you do each of them in a minute?
Record this number on your activity sheet. Write a few words to describe how your body feels after each exercise.
Activity 2: Exploring exercise questions Answer these questions according to the data you have collected in Activity 1.
Separate notes are included for both activities.
Challenge: Explore slides 13 and 14. Can you think of three activities that count towards your 60 minutes a day?
Geography – Comparing Different Climates. Watch the video above to learn about hot and cold climates and recap on geographical vocabulary to describe them. The Powerpoint presentation has also been included below. Practise using geographical vocabulary related to weather and climate to match the words to describe each of the different areas.
PSCHE – Online Safety. Read about Smartie the Penguin and discuss the importance of online safety. Make a list of the ways that you can stay safe online and then make an information poster about them.
PE – Boccia – see the Derbyshire School Games resources for lots of ideas of how this game can be adapted to play at home with your family. Challenges are included for each day.
Art – Look at the African Art Powerpoint to discover the distinctive style of African patterns. Inspired by nature, the patterns are often geometric or symbolic. Look at your surroundings and have a go at making one yourself.