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Science

WAIL to label the parts of a plant and know the function of each part.

Success criteria: I can create a model or drawing of a plant and label key parts. I know the function of each part and I can record this.

 

Use the lesson link sent via Marvellous Me. This will guide you through the video links below.

 

 
Examples of plant diagrams and terminology prompt sheet.

Geography

WAIL: to locate Australasia/Oceania on the map and recall some key geographical facts.

Success criteria: I can find Australia on a map and talk about some of its  geographical features.

 

Either print  off the sheet above or make a drawing of the outline of the country you have chosen and write your information about its physical and human geography.

Or perhaps you could have a go at making a Power Point to present your information.

 

Challenge: Can you select another country in this continent and write about or draw some of its geographical features - you could add this information to your original fact file or Power Point.

 

History

WAIL: To know and record facts about two significant historical figures: Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole.

Success criteria: I can remember facts about Mary Seacole. I can remember facts about Florence Nightingale. I can record these as notes using bullet points.

Watch the clips below and record the facts you remember about both Mary Seacole and Florence Nightingale. Watch them as many times as you need to.

 

You can record this information in your home learning book. Setting out a heading and then bullet point each fact - or - you can use the sheet provided.

PE

WAIL: to use my body and movement to interpret music and words

Success criteria: I can move my body to music and story

 

Listen to the bees and seeds podcast with music and instructions to explore nature and growing.

 

Find a space to listen and respond to the instructions given-careful to make sure there are no obstacles in your way!

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