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PE with Joe Wicks
Jasminara, Nasima and Louise's groups
1. Read the poem: In The Cave
• Read the poem. Read it in your head at first and then read it out loud.
• How much of the poem can you learn off by heart? Practise reading the lines and see if you can remember them without looking.
• Underline the nouns in the poem. These include the objects that were found in the cave.
2. Remind yourself about Noun Phrases and Prepositions.
• Read the Revision Card – Noun Phrases/Prepositions.
• Complete Spotting Prepositional Phrases. Underline the preposition and highlight the prepositional phrases.
Explain your answers to a grown-up. Show them the prepositions that you have spotted. You can check your answers at the end of this pack.
3. Plan and write a poem that uses prepositional phrases
• Follow the instructions on Poem-Planning. You can also use the Word Bank to help you write your poem
• Write your finished poem out carefully.
When you have finished share your poem with a grown-up.
Try the Fun-Time Extra
Can you make an illustration of all the items from your poem? Make your illustration show the details that are given by your prepositional phrases. Practise performing your poem and then ask a grown-up to film and share your performance with somebody else.
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
Read and listen to chapter two which introduces Mr Fox. Make a list of any words in the text which describe him. (1.46-4.14 minutes)
- Please read and listen up to chapter 16 (4.15- 48.54 minutes)
- Read through the powerpoint below to remind yourselves about verbs- present perfect form.
For example: The animals have enjoyed the feast
Mr Fox has succeeded in his mission.
Nasima, Jasminara and Louise's groups
Watch the video - remember to pause it whenever they ask a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it again if you would like to. Then click on 'Get the Activity' to complete your work. When you have checked it, click on 'Get the Answers' to see what you get correct and what you need to work on.
Vicky and Bonnie's groups
Equivalent- Fractions with the same value.
Denominator- How many equal parts there are.
Numerator- How many of the parts we are using.
Make sure to watch the clips as well.
When you interview someone, it's important to be prepared. You need to know what type of questions to ask, and how to interpret the answers.
Can you think of at least 5 questions to ask about the past? The more interesting, the better!
For example: When you were young, did you have the internet? How did you communicate with other people?