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Remember, all work should be completed in your Home Learning Journal. Please write the long date and remember your perfect presentation.
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Look at the lesson below and then complete worksheet 10 page 20 - 21 in your workbooks.
This week's spellings are below. Write each word THREE times and then use each one in a sentence.
Read a book from home, listen to a story on Storyline Online or login into Oxford Owl here. Click on 'My class login' and enter the username: studley password: studley
Write 5 things about one of the characters in your book.
Professor Plum had been locked away in his laboratory for days now, barely even stopping to eat or drink.
He rested his left arm on the dusty pile of books scattered across his desk, and with his right hand he gently flicked the conical flask in front of him. The red and orange liquid inside coughed and spluttered as heat from the Bunsen burner excited it from below.
Professor Plum wiped his weary eyes; only the excitement of finally finishing the potion kept him awake. Just a few more hours, then it would be ready…
Continue the story in your Home Learning Journal.
Did you work out where the satellite image was? It was near the cinema and park in town. If you look at the bottom of the image you can see the round shape of the front of the cinema.
I'm looking forward to going back to the cinema when it is safe to do so. Can you remember when we went to watch Angry Birds 2 there? That was really fun!
Trowbridge is a town. Over 33,000 people live here and it has many houses, shops, places of work and places of entertainment. Most people live in a hamlet, village, town or city, but what is the difference between those places? In your Home Learning Journal copy the sentences below and fill in the blanks with hamlet, village, town or city.
A _______ is a very small group of homes. It is unlikely that there will be any other facilities.
A _______ contains more facilities than a _______, for example, a few shops, a post office, a primary school and maybe a doctor’s surgery. A _______ can vary in size from a few hundred to a few thousand.
A _______ may contain tens of thousands of people. They have shopping centres, secondary schools, railway stations and hospitals.
A _______ is even bigger. They are areas with large numbers of people. They provide a very wide range of facilities including more specialised functions like universities, large hospitals and sport stadiums.
Fun fact - In the past cities were identified as places that contained a cathedral, but today the Queen is the person who decides whether a town becomes a city or not. She bases her decision on a number of different factors including the size of the population.