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PE with Joe Wicks
Jasminara, Nasima and Louise's group
1. Read two versions of a story
• Read Two Stories.
• Which version of the story flows best? What is helping it to flow? (Adverbials and conjunctions)
2. Remind yourself about conjunctions and adverbials.
• Use the two Revision Cards to remind yourself about conjunctions and fronted adverbials.
• Look at Hunt for Conjunctions and Fronted Adverbials and read Version 2. Underline the conjunctions and highlight the fronted adverbials that you can find. Check with Answers below.
3. Write your own version of an African story
• Use the story that you learnt to tell on Day 4.
• Practise telling it out loud, using your Story-Board.
• Now produce a written version of the story.
• Rehearse your sentences out loud as you write, and decide whether you can use conjunctions or fronted adverbials to help your writing to flow.
Try this Fun-Time Extra
• Make a set of illustrations to accompany your written story.
• Find out more about some of the countries that these stories come from: Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania
The two stories and resources for this lesson can be accessed using the link below.
Vicky and Bonnie's group
Writing time- You are going to write a story about a pet and what it gets up to at night time. Today you will plan your story.
- Use the Story planner to write your ideas in each section.
- If you get stuck or not sure what to do, look at the Example Planner.
- Look at Night. How many other words spelt -ight can you collect?
- Write sentences containing your words. I got a really big fright.
- Can you get more than one of your words into the same sentence? I got a fright at night when I put on the light. What a sight! There was a bright green frog having a fight with a beetle all slender and slight.
Nasima, Louise and Jasminara's group
Watch the video to remind yourself of how to write decimals. You can pause the video if it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if this helps.
Then click on 'BBC Bitesize' for further explanation and activities. Answer the questions and then check by scrolling to the bottom of the PDF.
Vicky and Bonnie's group
Remember to pause the video if it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if you would like.
Complete the activities in the link below. Once you have finished, ask an adult to go through the answers with you.
Look at the picture below, what do you see, think, wonder?
We are going to have a virtual tour of a cave, where paintings have been discovered from 17,000 years ago, during the Stone Age. What do you see?
This might reflect how important hunting was during the Stone Age. People hunted horses, reindeer, bison and mammoths. It is also thought that people of the Stone Age believed in making contact with the spirits of animals. Some people believe that they were painted to attract animals.
Get some paper (scrunch it up if you want it to look more like the wall of a cave).
If you have colouring pencils, use browns, reds and oranges to create your art. If you haven’t got any colours, it’s fine to use a pencil.
Use the Stone Age cave art images that you’ve looked at to inspire you! Send us in pictures of your creations, we'd love to see them email@example.com