If you are going on your daily walks for exercise remember every time you go outside, keep 2 metres from other people. Getting outside for some exercise and fresh air is good for physical and mental health. Let us know how you get on at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PE with Joe Wicks
Jasminara, Nasima and Louise's groups
1. Take notes from a video
• Watch the video clip about the Impala and the Leopard. Don’t be worried: it has a happy ending!
• Read Impala Notes. Fill in the answers. Write as much description as you can. Watch the video again to help you.
2. Plan a story about a narrow escape
• Look at Narrow Escape Pictures. Which is the predator, and which is the prey in each of these pictures?
• Choose your favourite Narrow Escape Picture and write notes about it on the Narrow Escape Storyboard. Try to answer each of the questions and give extra information as well.
3. Tell your story to somebody else. • Use your Narrow Escape Storyboard to tell your story to somebody else.
Try the Fun-Time Extra
• Practise telling your story and then get a grown-up to film you. Who could you share your story with?
Bonnie and Vicky's groups
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.
Bonnie and Vicky's groups
Take a blank postcard, or a piece of card divided to look like a postcard and write or draw a note to your future self. It doesn’t matter whether you use plain postcards or ones with pictures on – whatever you have is fine. Your grownups can help with writing or spelling, or they can make one of their own!
If you want to share your postcards with us then please send an email with a photo and if you would like us to share it with others then we can upload it on our blog.
Ideas for your postcard:
• Imagine you’re a grown up. Think about what you’re doing; your hobbies, your family, and where you live. Write a note to your future self about some of the things you’d like to achieve.
• Imagine your dream job or occupation. Draw a picture of it and write about what you did to get there.
• Imagine you’ve just come back from your first camp. Draw and write what you did – don’t forget to let your future self know that you’re proud of yourself for learning lots of new skills.
• Imagine you’ve just completed a new activity or challenge badge. Draw and write about what you had to do to achieve it.
• Imagine you’re facing a challenge like getting a pet, moving house, taking part in your first competitive sports match, or making a new friend. Write a note reassuring yourself and offering some advice.
• Imagine a future invention. Draw the invention and write a note about how to use it.
• Imagine it’s your tenth (or twelfth, or twentieth) birthday. Write some advice for your future self and draw a picture of what you’ll look like and what you’ll be doing.
Now get started! We are looking forward to receiving your postcards!