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Watch The Sound Collector Poem being read aloud (link). Think about how he pauses at the end of each line.
Practice reading a poem of your choice. Can you use your voice to make the question and response sound different? Then, read the poem to your grown up.
Complete sheet below - 'Tally Charts'
|20 minutes independent reading||
Spanish - revising numbers. Online activity
Then, sheet attached below
|Science - how are shadows formed|
Complete the sheet below - data tables
English - chose and perform a poem
Record yourself (using your IT skills that you were practising last week) and play it back - what improvements could you make?
|Timestable Rockstars||Grammar - identify errors in writing||Shadow Art|
Thinking about our own poem – based on a picture of nature.
The sound collector focused on what he could hear. What other senses can we use to help us with our description?
Use the planning sheet to add your ideas and vocabulary.
|Maths - reading pictograms - sheet||20 minutes independent reading||Science - body parts and senses||Science - body parts and senses|
|Thursday||Maths - constructing pictograms - sheet||English -
Writing your poem. Use your planning sheet. Make sure you say each line out loud before you write it. Make sure you re-read your poem. Is there anything you would like to change?
|Timestable Rockstars||RE - Where do Jews Worship||IT - how to use the internet safely|
Re-read your poem one more time. Are you happy you have capital letters where they need to be? Do you want to up-level any words to make them more adventurous? Have you checked your spellings?
Write up your poem in your best handwriting and send in to school.
|20 minutes independent reading||Geography - Lets Explore Rio de Janerio||Geography - Lets Explore Rio de Janerio|