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Good Morning my lovely Olives!

 

I'm so pleased so many of you have been enjoying photographing wildlife! Below, check out Oliwia's ladybird, Callie's seagull and Leon's sparrows.

Please keep sending in your fantastic pictures!

 

Have a fabulous day!

Love Mrs C x x laughheart

 

English - Thursday 09.07.2020 - Wildlife comprehension

Spelling practice - Choose 10 words/week from the Year 5 - 6 list below - practice, learn and test yourself at the end of every week.

Maths - Thursday 09.07.2020

 

Today we will be looking at Lesson 4 - Translation

 

Log on to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/ and watch the video before completing the worksheet below.

 

Don't forget to check your answers and see how well you've done!

 

Topic 06-07-2020

Wildlife Photography

 

This week we would like you to get your IPADs, phones or cameras at the ready!

We would like you to take some photographs of some 'Wildlife' that you can see around you. If you have a garden, that is the perfect place to find some wild animals, but if you don't, we are sure that you will be able to achieve this on one of your walks or bike rides. If you are attending school, you may even be able to do this on your way there!

 

Some of you may be wondering about what sort of wildlife you may spot around our local area, but remember, wildlife doesn't have to be larger species. British wild animals come in all sorts of shapes and sizes!

For example, you may spot some ladybirds, earthworms, birds, snails, squirrels, insects, earwigs, butterflies, spiders, woodlice. The sky is the limit! laugh

 

 

Below are some websites you could visit to give you some inspiration! Some creatures that you can find in our local area are actually endangered species such as the 'stag beetle'. 

 

We would like you to take as many photographs as you can, but send us your 1 favourite which we will try and show on our class pages throughout the week. If you do not have a phone, IPAD etc. of your own, maybe your parents or siblings could lend you one, but PLEASE ASK THEIR PERMISSION FIRST! If you really do not have access to anything that you could use to take photographs, you could alternatively create a poster or power point of a chosen animal that you have spotted.

 

We hope you enjoy having fun with this!laugh

 

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/kids-club/cool-kids/general-kids-club/wildlife-photography-tips/

https://youtu.be/vOtPKl7q9ZQ

https://www.countryfile.com/wildlife/10-of-the-most-endangered-animal-species-in-britain/

https://ptes.org/campaigns/stag-beetles-2/stag-beetle-facts/

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