Good morning Sycamore Class!
Welcome to Topic Tuesday!
Decide whether you are ready for an energetic start to the day with Joe Wicks or a dance workout with Oti Mabuse. Or perhaps you'd prefer a more peaceful start to help you to ease into the week with some Yoga from Cosmic Kids Yoga?
Remember to try to spend a bit of time every day on these following activities:
Well done, lots of you have been doing such super work about the Norfolk Broads, your learning is really coming along and I think you’re going to produce some super leaflets/posters of all your work eventually!
Over the next few weeks, the focus of your work is going to be the plants and wildlife of the Broads.
Now that you are able to travel to exercise, (and only if you live close enough), you might want to plan a walk/run/cycle around one of the Broads to do your research for this area. Take along a sketch book and some pencils and spend some time sketching what you see. Perhaps you can take some photos and then when you get home, research and find out the names of the plants and animals that you saw. You can be as creative as you like! You will have this week and the week after half term to research and then write up your section. Make sure you find out about some of the key plants and wildlife that you would find at the Broads.
Here are some websites that you can use to help you too:
I look forward to seeing your sketches and creative work for these sections!
Today, you will need a measuring tape or a ruler for your challenge.
Measure a foot for each member of your family (hopefully, they’re fresh and clean!). Record the answer carefully in cm and mm. Who has the biggest? Who has the smallest? Order the measurements from biggest to smallest. What is the difference between the biggest and the smallest?
If you have time, you might even want to investigate and measure other body parts such as arms, legs, around your head etc!
Have fun J
For today’s topic work, please work on your sketches/drawings/photos for your work about the plants and wildlife of the Norfolk Broads.
I hope you enjoy today’s topic Tuesday!
Have a wonderful day!
Mrs Crosswell J