My Family and Me
This week you are going to show what you have learnt about your history and the history of your family by creating a timeline, a poster or a family tree. You can do this on paper or you can head over to Purple Mash and check out your 2dos. To refresh your memory have another look at Steps, 1,2, and 3.
Here are your activities.
Please create a timeline of your life. There is an example of a timeline on the bottom of the knowledge organiser. Use photos or draw pictures of yourself now, when you were a toddler and when you were a baby. Put the images in the right order along a line, or a timeline, and tell your adult how you have changed. Talk about what you have been told about what you were like when you were younger. What sort of things did you do?
Or create a family tree using photos or drawings. Label the people on the family tree and tell your grown up who is the oldest and the youngest on there. Who was born first? Last?
Please create a timeline of your life using 3 or 4 photos or pictures you have drawn. There is an example of a timeline on the bottom of the knowledge organiser. Label the timeline with years and write about how you changed each year. Can you add any other historical events that have happened in your lifetime? Think about any recent historical changes.
Please create a timeline of the life of your family using photos or pictures you have drawn. There is an example of a timeline on the bottom of the knowledge organiser. Label the timeline with years and write about how things have changed over the years. Please find out about and add any other historical events that have happened in the range of your timeline.
Alternatively create a family tree and write a caption for the images and include details about the changes that have happened over the years, for example what toys were like when the people on your family tree were the same age as you.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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