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Thursday 28th January

Help the penguins find the numbers on the fish:

Any that you don’t know write a list and practice. The best ways to learn is to look, cover, write and check. Say the sounds as you write the words

Phonics: i ie y i-e igh

 

Subject based vocabulary

bite

influence

bright

adapt

mind

adaptation

night

balance

diamond

avalanche

sigh

inflatable

Antarctic South Pole

fright

high

and turned upside down for winter. Then Shen saw a big bearded face resting on the pillows and realised the rumbling sound he could hear was the snores.

That’s Grandpa,’ whispered Sika. The old man’s face was grey with age, rugged as a mountain rock.

In your journals can you write full sentences to answer the following?:

 

What words has the author used to describe Grandpa?

What has he compared Grandpa to?

Geography 

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=simularirties+of+the+north+and+siuth+opole&ru=%2fvideos%2fsearch%3fq%3dsimularirties%2bof%2bthe%2bnorth%2band%2bsiuth%2bopole%26FORM%3dHDRSC3&view=detail&mid=6B756D3571F51B8B00FC6B756D3571F51B8B00FC&rvsmid=C65EA02A4314FD0CD09FC65EA02A4314FD0CD09F&FORM=VDQVAP

The above is a fantastic video that tells us everything we need to know about the North and South poles!

Walt: identify key features of the South Pole.

Steps to success:

I can explore the Antarctic environment.

I can identify the wildlife that lives in Antarctica.

I can make comparisons between the Arctic and the Antarctic.

Remembering what we have learned so far today we are going to compare the two poles.

 

 

 

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