Good morning our lovelies! We hope you are well and getting excited about coming back to school! Have a wonderful day and enjoy your learning. Wednesday 3
dormant – sleeping
stratovolcano – volcano shaped like a cone and made up of lots of layers of ash and lava.
haven – a place of safety.
archaeologist – studies history through objects they find
summit – highest point of mountain.
Now try answering the questions:
- What kind of volcano is Mount Vesuvius?
- If the volcano is ‘active’ what does it tell you about the volcano?
- Why do many climbers trek up Mount Fuji?
- Write down two facts about Mount Hood?
- Which volcano erupted the most recently and when?
We would like you to use your plans from yesterday to write you diary as if your are Tranio when he is hidden in the pots.
You need to include:
- Fronted adverbials for when and where – remember your comma.
- time conjunctions – see the list below.
- past tense
- first person – I, me, my
- thoughts, feelings and wishes
- try and see if you can organise your ideas into paragraphs.
Please write in as much detail as you can and ensure you are doing your absolute best.
Can’t wait to read your diaries.
Maths skills: times table
This week’s language of learning value is ‘Ambition.’ Ambition means the dreams, hopes and goals we have for the future. These can be what you wish for in school or as a grown up like your parents.
Below is a dreamcatcher which we would like you to make. On the feathers you will see examples of ambition – try and think of your own. You can display your dream catcher in your bedroom as a reminder of your hopes for the future.
If you do not have the resources you can draw a picture of a dream catcher to display in your room, and write on the feathers your ambition when you are older.
Watch this PowerPoint and learn about how different surfaces can affect how objects can move and then use the worksheet below to create a fair test of your own.
science- lesson 2 (worksheet)
Story time: https://youtu.be/lrmnm0VPDoc