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Thursday 9th July

Zoom!

Join me at 10:00 for a catch up and games. Please note the earlier time due to the live Young Voices at 11:00. The details are on my blog.

Kahoot

Don't forget that there is a new Kahoot quiz every day. If you have forgotten how to get on , search for Kahoot.it or follow the link below.  The PIN code that you need for the game is on my blog. 

Photos!

Please send me your top 3 photos of you during lockdown. It could be you doing an activity or you with your favourite piece of work.

 

English

L.O. To write questions (and answer them!)

Today, you can complete the final activity which is about writing an interview between Ned and a news reporter. You can write the interview in your yellow book. 

Maths

L.O.  To catch up!

There's no new maths today. I'll give you a bit of time to catch up with any MyMaths and any of the bar chart work we have been doing this week. 

Music

L.O. To sing!

You  can do this music today or tomorrow. If you do it today, you can log onto Facebook  at 11:00 for the live event:   https://www.facebook.com/events/271612900726564/

I will set it again for tomorrow, but it will be on YouTube, recorded from today's session. 

Geography

L.O. To find out about Australian animals

Watch the video below to find out about some of the fascinating wildlife you can find in Australia. Then, it is up to you what you do with it! You could create a poster, a leaflet, a powerpoint presentation, an information text or you could create a piece of artwork, a labelled diagram or a model. It could be about Australian animals in general or you could go into more detail about one specific animal. If you want more information, there are a few websites below to get you started on your own research.

Here are some other websites if you want to find out more information about Australian animals.
If you have some spare time, you could follow the link to Deadly 60 and find out more about Australian creatures. There are a few different episode you can watch. 
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