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LITERACY

 

Please re-watch the following video where Mr Tumnus meets Lucy. 

Lucy meets Mr Tumnus

Learning Objective: To write a diary entry from the viewpoint of another character. 

 

How do we write a diary entry and what do we need to include? Please watch the following videos and then read the example. 

Diary Features for Kids

Flipped Lesson: How to Write a Diary Entry

Please now write your own diary entry from the viewpoint of Mr Tumnus. Remember to include what happened and his thoughts and feelings about it. Start and end your diary like the example above. 

MRS WORDSMITH

 

DEVASTATING

Devastating - Very destructive or damaging. 

 

The result of the war was total devastation. 

 

The devastating consequences of the earthquake were plain to see. 

 

The flood waters devastated the town. 

 

The hurricane finally moved on after three days, but left devastation in its wake. 

 

The tornado's winds were so devastating that no building was left intact. 

 

Please have a go at writing your own five sentences. 

MATHS

 

Learning Objective: To convert from analogue to digital time. 

Converting analogue to digital time for kids

Please complete the worksheets below. You can copy this onto paper and fill in the missing gaps. You can look back through the video to help you. I have included the answers below, so mark your work when you have finished. 

Guided Reading

LO: To read for pleasure

Choose you own book to read.

 

Explore the character in the story. If you could ask them four questions what would it be? Write down the answers you think they would give too.  

PSHE

 

Last week in PSHE, we talked about some risks that children your age might take. Today, we are going to look at what you can do when you are in a situation you are not happy with. 

 

Learning Objective: To know how the 'Stop, Decide, Do' strategy can help us.  

How to Make Good Choices - Mindfulness for Kids

Read the following stories: 

 

Sammy is out with his friends at the skatepark. He is playing nicely and they are all having a good time. Suddenly two new boys arrive. They are shouting to each other and making a lot of noise. They are riding up and down the ramps and getting in your way. Suddenly you see one of the new boys push your friend and they start to argue. 

 

Now think about the following: 

At what point should you stop? 

What are your choices? 

What do you do? 

 

You should always 'STOP' when you are not happy. In this story, it is when the new boys arrive and you start to feel uncomfortable. This is the time when you need to think about your choices. 

 

How does the story end if Sammy doesn't follow 'Stop, Decide, Do'? 

How does the story end if Sammy does follow 'Stop, Decide, Do? 

 

 

Sammy is playing a ball game with his friends. Suddenly the ball is thrown over a wall into someone's garden. One of Sammy's friends thinks he can climb the wall to get the ball. He runs over and begins to climb. 

 

Now think about the following: 

At what point should you stop? 

What are your choices? 

What do you do? 

 

You should always 'STOP' when you are not happy. In this story, it is when the ball goes into a stranger's garden. This is the time when you need to think about your choices.

 

How does the story end if Sammy doesn't follow 'Stop, Decide, Do'? 

How does the story end if Sammy does follow 'Stop, Decide, Do? 

 

Sometimes, your friends might try to persuade you to do something you don't want to. What might they say to convince you? Try to think of five things.

For example: 

1. If you don't do this, I won't be your friend anymore.

2. Don't be a coward.

3.

4.

5.

 

The key thing is to be assertive - being confident to say 'no'. What could you say back? 

For example:

1. I have lots of other friends thank you. 

2. I don't want to get into trouble. 

3.

4.

5.

 

TASK

MEDIUM -Can you explain 'Stop, Decide, Do' to an adult? 

SPICY - Can you create a poster explaining 'Stop, Decide, Do? 

HOT - Can you create a comic strip showing 'Stop, Decide, Do in action? 

ORACY

 

Discuss the following question with someone: 

 

IF YOU COULD BE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW, WHERE WOULD YOU BE? 

 

Can you think of some places that lots of children might name?

What places do you think will never be mentioned? 

When you think of places to pick, what is it about these places that appeals to people, e.g. weather, things to do, animals, etc? 

When you think of places you would never pick, what is it about these places that does not appeal, for example, desolate, cold, etc? 

Who would you want to join you there? 

What kind of things can you do at your dream place? 

Is there anything you can't do? 

 

Now you have heard other people's suggestions, has anyone changed their mind about where they would like to go? 


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