Only a week and a half and we will all be back together. We can’t wait to welcome you back and see you all face to face. Happy ‘hump’ day everyone! Keep sending us your wonderful work! Wednesday 24
Use the photo to try and answer/ infer from these questions:
- How can you tell that this photo is from the past?
- How can you tell that Tranio has sneaked into the harbour?
- What makes you think that the people are working?
- Why do you think that the men were waving to each other?
- Why do you think the person in the blue outfit is carrying a pot on his head?
Imagine you are Tranio looking out the window and use you carpet of words (nouns, adjectives and fronted adverbials) to build sentence from yesterday to write a description of the city. You can use this sentence to start your description but we would also like to see:
SENTENCE OPENER: My mind wondered out the window and onto the street.
- first person – I, me, my
- Magic three rule – three adjectives to describe the noun, for example: I spotted the busy, lively, bustling shopkeepers selling their produce.
- Try and use different fronted adverbials for when.
- writing in past tense
- try and describe using similes – for example: The building was as tall as a mountain. A simile is when you describe something as something else.
Please try really hard to write in as much detail as possible and as much as you can – we know how much you can write so show us!
Here is the picture again to help you.
We know that you embrace and show every day our language of learning values and we have certainly seen this in school and through home learning. This week is the value of ‘kindness.’ We thinking about acts of kindness and how we can show being kind at home and in school. It is often the little things that mean the most to people, when you say/ do/ show kindness. If you ‘hold the door open for others’ or ‘encourage your friends’ these can show how kind you can be.
Here is a short video you can watch to show how we can be kind to each other.
We would like to create a paper chain of kindness – we would like you to create 10 tokens/ parts of your paper chain to show how you can do something kind to others. Here are two examples below and it would be great to display in your house to show how you could act kindly to someone at home or in school.
Science worksheet- Science worksheet (lesson one)