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Thursday 2nd July

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Join me at 11:00 for a chat and a game or 2! See me blog for the login details.  Hope to see you there. 


L.O. To write an adventure story

This morning, you can keep working on your story. If you think, you have finished it, read it out loud to someone and see if it makes sense. Do they understand all the events or did you need to explain some things to them? If so, you might need to go back and make a few changes.

If you want, you could create a blurb and cover and make it into a book to share!


L.O. To draw and read graphs

Having watched Odd Squad yesterday, you should all be experts on graphs! If you haven't done the MyMaths yet, you should do that first. 

Watch the video on the link below to help you understand how to complete the tally chart and bar graph on the sheet. (If you tried the video and only had a very short clip, try it again. I've had to re-record it. Technology!)


L.O. To know what it it like to live in Australia

We've found out a lot about Australia so far. We know where the main cities are, what some of the landscape is like and where people live, but I wonder what it is like to live in Australia. Work your way through the powerpoint below to find out a little bit about life in urban and rural Australia. The main task is compare the daily life of the two sets of children (on the sheet below). The videos that are mentioned in the powerpoint are in a separate link. Scroll about half way down the page and watch the video called Australian interviews.