PE with Joe Wickes
1. Listen to a story
• Listen to Silly Billy by Anthony Browne, read by Ruth Merttens. https://youtu.be/vHiW5ndFNQQ
• What do you like about this story? Did it remind you of anyone or anything? What would you ask Billy if you met him? What would you ask his grandmother?
2. Write a set of instructions
• Read Worry Doll Instructions.
• Highlight the imperative (bossy) verbs in this writing.
• Re-write the instructions into a numbered list, so that they are clearer.
• It might help you to watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJWmReMZSAA
3. Write about worries
• Complete the table about Billy Worries.
• Write a letter to the worry-dolls explaining your own worries.
Well done. Talk to a grown-up about Billy Worries. Do they have any worries that are similar? You can check your answers to Worry Doll Instructions at the end of this pack.
Try the Fun-Time Extra Try making your own set of worry dolls. You could use the video above or you could try these ones, made out of clothes-pegs: https://www.redtedart.com/how-to-make-worry-dolls-with-pegs/
Watch the video to remind you of the different methods to help you do this - 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.
How many numbers can you recall greater than 10 in Spanish? The numbers are very easy to learn once you learn your 10s. Read the numbers below and then watch the video.