Go to this website:
Look through the pictures and watch the video and choose your favourite landscape or setting.
Write a setting description about your landscape.
Thinks to include:
– expanded noun phrases
– figurative language (simile, metaphors etc)
– relative clauses
Think back to yesterday and how we find the area of a shape.
Remember we do length x width.
In rectangles we do length x width divided by 2.
What happens when we try to find the area of a compound shape (a shape made up of 2 regular shapes)?
For this, the first thing that we need to do, is split the shape so that we can see regular shapes. You might need to split the shape more than once.
Let’s look at the shape above.
Next step is to find the area of each part (you might have to find some missing lines).
Your final job is to simply add part A and part B together.
50 cm² + 21 cm² = 71 cm². Therefore the area of this compound shape is 71cm²
If you are still not sure, watch this video so you can see each step rather than just reading it.
Now have a go at finding the area of these compound shapes. It might help you if you draw them out. Remember they do not need to be to scale.
Now check your answers.
To continue our work into religious pilgrimages, today we will look at some of the different pilgrim sites that Christians may visit and why they might go on a pilgrimage.
Why do you think that Christians go on pilgrimages?
One of the reasons is because in the Bible, Jesus goes on many pilgrimages.
Another reason is so that Christians are able to visit the places that the Bible talks about. Watch this video where two Christians talk about their pilgrimage and why they went on it:
Read through the PowerPoint to learn about the different places that Christians go on pilgrimage.
Now read this information about some other Christian pilgrimage sites.
Create an information leaflet about Christian pilgrimage or about one of the Christian sites. Complete some research if you need more information.
Today is the day to be part of a World Record breaking attempt!!
Rob Biddulph (World Book Day author and illustrator) will be delivering an online art lesson with the hope to achieve the record of largest online art lesson so I would like you to take part. All you have to do is go to the following website and follow the instructions:
The lesson will take place at 4pm and will last for 30 minutes.
Look up at the sky. Remember that we are all part of something bigger.
- Lay on a towel outside and spend some time enjoying the peace and quiet (wear sunglasses if it is a sunny day).
- Complete some research on the universe and find out more about space.
- Create a piece of art that involves nature only.
Other tasks you could do today:
- Go to https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p08b0ct7 and watch a Shakespeare play for free.
- Go to Saints TV on YouTube and watch an old Saints game.
- Complete some activities on your NPAT Reading Bingo challenge (this is still running)
- Go on a virtual tour of Buckingham Palace and learn about royal history at https://www.royal.uk/virtual-tours-buckingham-palace
- Complete some science experiments athttp://www.sciencefun.org/kidszone/experiments/
- Go on a virtual tour of Ancient Mayan ruins at http://sunfunnelmedia.com/pano/xunantunich/Xunantunich-belize-mayan-ruin-pyramid-virtual-tour.html
- Make a time capsule about your time in lockdown that you can look back on in years to come and share with your children or grandchildren. https://kidsofthewild.co.uk/2020/03/29/make-a-time-capsule-coronavirus-covid-19-kids/ here are some ideas to help you out.