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PE with Joe Wickes
Jasminara, Nasima and Louise's group
1. Write descriptive sentences
• Look carefully at the Jewellery. They’re all types of amulet.
• Write a descriptive sentence for each. Try your sentences out on someone else, can they work out which amulet you are describing?
2. Read a poem
• Read the poem Amulet.
• What do you like about the poem? What patterns can you spot? Which is your favourite line?
• Look at Amulet Images. Which of these images is described best in the poem do you think?
3. Practise using possessive apostrophes.
• Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about possessive apostrophes.
• Complete Plural Possession Sentences.
4. Write your own poem
• Follow the instructions on Amulet Poem Idea.
• Use your ideas to write your poem on the Writing Frame.
Well done. Share your poem with a grown-up. You can check your answers to Plural Possession Sentences at the end of this pack.
Try the Fun-Time Extra Practise reading your poem. Share your reading with someone else.
Vicky and Bonnie's group
Today you are going to be making inferences. Follow the link below which will take you to today's lesson.
Nasima, Louise and Jasminara's groups
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 groups
- 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.
- Then click on 'BBC Bitesize' for activities and to get the questions. Check your answers at the end by scrolling to the bottom of the PDFs - check what mistakes you made so you can learn from them next time.
The story of prehistoric Britain began when the first humans arrived in Britain. It ended when the Romans conquered the ancient Britons and Britain became part of the Roman Empire.
The earliest humans were hunter-gatherers. They survived by hunting animals and finding food to eat. Then, very gradually people learned new skills. First they learned to herd animals and grow crops. Later they discovered the secrets of making bronze and iron.
Prehistoric people couldn't read or write, but they were astonishing builders. Their tombs, forts and monuments have survived for thousands of years.
Take a trip through 900,000 years of prehistoric history.
Remember to keep up with your 20 minutes of independent reading too.