On Monday, we had a look at animals that live in the Arctic and Antarctica, and compared the two.
I would like you to choose an Arctic animal, draw it and write everything you know about it e.g. a polar bear has white fur for camouflage.
Make it colourful!
We have looked closely at Polar Regions and delved into the continent of Antarctica.. Today, we are going to look at the other continents of the world. Firstly, we are going to explore more deeply what a continent is and then by the end of the lesson we will be able to name the 7 continents and perhaps a few facts about each.
Listen to the PowerPoint which is me introducing each continent and then have a go at the tasks above.
Y1 - Only do page 1 of the activity sheet.
14th January - Penguin Research
Use the internet or a range of books to find out about penguins. We already know from our Lost and Found book that come from the South Pole. Can you pretend you're a researcher and find as much information about them as you can e.g. how are they adapted to living in their environment? What do they eat?
You can either make an information leaflet or you can create a video where you are reporting to viewers everything you have found. Be creative!
18th January RE
Go and sit in your garden or somewhere where you feel calm and peaceful. I would like you to draw and label what you see and enjoy.
27th January - Purple Mash
Once you have logged on and are on the homepage, click onto 'topics' and then find 'polar regions' (with the icon of a snow cloud). Then, go to 'animals in Antarctica' in the paint project subheading. Use your computing skills to create your own drawings of the animals that live in Antarctica. I'm looking forward to seeing them!
1st February - R.E (planned by Mrs. Cox)
Jesus taught 'forgive and you will be forgiven'. Write these words on a piece of paper and draw cartoons of why people might need to be forgiven e.g. people arguing or being unkind.
2nd February - Polar Food Chains
1. Watch the clip explaining what a food chain is.
2. Have a go at the challenge where you can make your own food chain.
3. Make your own polar food chain using the document attached.
Go through the PowerPoint which will tell you all about Inuit people and then fill out the worksheet.
After you have done that, I would like you to come up with a design for your own igloo.