Please help the above penguins with their number line.
So Sika and Shen realise that the 66 pugs can pull grandpas sledge. They head back to land and to Grandpa who urges them to enter on his behalf. He tells them this story:
‘In the olden days, no one knew of the Snow father or his icicle palace. Then, one True Winter, a brave girl named Ooka strapped on her skis and went exploring. Fifty kinds of snow she met. She crossed Kraken Deep but the Kraken was sleeping, and did not trouble her. All the way to the top of the world she went, and, when she got there she found the old Snow father waiting, and he granted her a wish.’
So we now find out that the Snow father doesn’t just live at the North Pole, he has an icicle palace. Where have we heard of this before? Remember the icicle palace in Brambly Hedge? (You have a picture of the ice palace in your packs), where does the snow queen live? And then there’s the film Frozen…
In your journal, can you draw an icicle palace?
Walt: write from the seagull perspective
Perspective = thoughts and feelings of someone else/ point of view
Seagulls often swoop. They are great fans of sandwiches at the beach.
Here is a short clip about how amazing seagulls are and how they have incredible eyesight:
‘At any one instant they can see far more of the world than we do’
Imagine if you were a seagull looking down. What do you see? Can you draw a map and label all the things you see below you?
Walt: to explore different musical genres
Last week we explored musical genres. A genre is a type of something
This week can you do some research into classical music and find one famous composer?
In your journals write the name and country the composer is/was from.
What is their most famous piece of music?
Do you like the music?
What instrument/s are used?