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Thursday 11th February


L.O. To know the story of the Wind in the Willows

As you've all worked so hard this term, I thought you deserved a little treat. Grab a blanket, a glass of milk and a snack. Sit back and you can watch the animated movie of The Wind in the Willows.

I know we didn't finish reading it together, but we will be moving on after the holiday. Feel free to finish reading to the end from the link below or search on YouTube and let me know what you think!

The Wind in the Willows film 1983 (full screen original speed)


L.O. To add and subtract measurements

  1. Work through the presentation about buildings in London
  2. Choose either the bronze, silver or gold level of challenge to solve the problems!

Young Voices Music

There is a Young Voices @ Home session today at 11:00 on Facebook if you are able to join. You will need a Facebook account to access via Facebook live so you must ask permission from someone in your home before joining. If you can't watch live, I will add the YouTube link to Friday's lessons.


L.O. To consolidate learning about States of Matter

Thank-you to those people who completed the science task on Seneca Learning yesterday. 

If you didn't get round to it, or you didn't complete it (there were 4 sections to do) please do that today. I can see that from those who did do all the sections, it should take you no more than 25 minutes. 

The link to Seneca learning is on my blog.


L.O. To research a famous river

Today, you are going to do some research about a famous river.

  1. You can watch the video for a brief introduction about some of the world's most famous rivers (she has a boring voice, but some interesting facts!)
  2. Create a sheet with the key facts that you find. You can use my sheet below to help you know the kind of facts to find out. (There is a PDF version if you want to print and also a Publisher version if you would like to type into it.)
  3. You can use some of the website below to help you to find out more information about the river you have chosen.