Summer Term Week 2 (w/c 27th April)
Lesson 5 - Maths Challenge
Read the questions carefully and make sure you do all parts of them!
Friday 1st May BBC Bitesize - Reading Lesson: The London Eye
Spend 45 minutes completing what you can.
This week, we will begin to look into the Second World War (WW2). Try to complete as many of the tasks below as you are able. There are powerpoints to help you but you should also try to complete some of your own research.
Create a fact file of 2 or more of the World Leaders responsible during WW2.
Produce a timeline of as many key events of WW2 as you can.
Complete a world map, showing the countries involved in WW2. Try to colour code it so show the Allies, Axis and neutral countries. You may even wish to label the location of some of the key events.
Use the reasons WW2 started to write a persuasive letter to Neville Chamberlain, explaining why he should go to war with Germany.
Get outside and collect some natural resources - especially leaves. Have a go at leaf rubbing! What images can you create? Can you find anything else that you can use the same technique on? Walls, trees etc. Are you able to label each part? What media and techniques can you use other than crayons?
If you aren't sure how to leaf rub, this video will help.
Have a great weekend :)