Year 6: The live Maths lesson will start at 9.30am. Today's lesson is - Unit 8 Percentages lesson 3. Complete the pages from your practice book. Self mark your work, correcting any answers the best you can.
Year 5: The live Maths lesson will start at 10.30am. We will be doing Lesson 6 Unit 8. Complete the pages from your practice book and self mark your work, correcting any errors the best you can.
English: In today's live lesson at 8.45am, you will be learning about how to use similes to make your writing more descriptive. Your task today is to continue writing the next part of your story. You should be up to your 4th paragraph now and this is where the main problem/event happens so make sure you include lots of action!
Try to write up to the point just before your final paragraph that takes the reader back to the zoo ( the beginning scene).Aim to include one or two suitable similes in this part of your story. Here are some of the resources we used in our live lesson to help with your ideas:
Here is an example of the next part of my story, which includes two similes:
As fast as lightning, I bounded towards the scent, desperately hoping that my instinct would be wrong. As I made my way through the dense undergrowth of the forest, vines clung to my fur like a protective cloak. The further into the forest I went, the darker it became until I was faced with a vast opening that I didn't recognise. The thick roots of fallen trees were exposed and tree trunks were laid flat on the floor like soldiers ready for war. Beyond the carpet of trees in the distance, I caught sight of their shadows first; the shadows belonging to the collectors.
Slowly creeping towards the scene, I could see two figures crouching beside my mother. The human gave a thin, vivid moan as she slipped to kneel down beside my mother's lifeless body. It was at this moment that I realised that my mother was dead.
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Art/DT: This week you will be learning about Mayan masks. Complete the following activities:
1. Read the information below about Mayan masks.
2. Search for more images of Mayan masks to find an image that you would like to re create.
3. Have a go at making your own Mayan mask. You can draw a picture of this, use the template below, or you might even want to make your own using card or any other materials. If you want to use papier mache or have air drying clay, watch the video below for how to create a 3D mask.
Please don't buy any extra materials for this task, be creative with whatever you have at home!
Dr Lisa demonstrates how to make a Mayan mask. This activity was designed to inspire children, parents and educators to explore the ancient world of the Maya...
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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