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Thursday 4th February

                                                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgcwKrf8wHM

Walt: understand that sharing is a way of dividing and discover the relationship between division and multiplication

Let’s practice some sharing…

 

Today we continue with the same sounds but with some new words:

Say the sounds as you write the words.

The best ways to learn is to look, cover, write and check.

What is a quilt? Can you describe it in a sentence?

Phonics: i  ie  y  i-e  igh

Subject based vocabulary:

 

higher

Inuit

kind

sledge

lies

sleigh

light

survival

might

food chain

mild

whispered

slime

interested

sky

beneath

smile

mound

try

quilted

tries

biggest

Yesterday we imagined we were meeting the Snow father. Today we imagine we are in the race...

 

The Great Sled Race

 

Imagine like Shen and Sika, you were to take your sledge to the great Northern race!

 

If you were to decide on  what sort of creature (real or mythical) would pull your particular sledge, what would it be?

How many of these creatures  will you need to pull your sledge?

 

Draw the creature in your journal  (you can use the template of the sledge below) and write a few sentences beneath it, explaining what kind of creatures are in your team, why you think your team is best suited to win the race, and what you have packed in your sledge. 

 

We have been exploring our book about seals with Cimru and her pup. Reading the following, facts can you write and illustrate your own fact file? 

 

 

Seals

 

Definition

Seals are not fish. They are marine mammals. Leopard, Elephant and Weddell are all types of seal. Most seals live in groups called harems.

 

Description

Not all seals look the same. Firstly only some have grey skin. They can grow up to 2 meters long. They all have whiskers and flippers. Due to a layer of blubber, they are able to keep warm in the ice cold water of Antarctica. Furthermore, they are able to stay under water for up to 15 minutes.

 

Habitats

Most seals can be found in cold seas. However, some are found in colder seas than others. They can be found in sea and on land near the sea.

 

Feeding habits

Have you ever wondered what a seal eats? Seals are predators. They eat fish, squid, penguins and krill. In order to catch their prey they dive under the ice, into the ocean.

 

Population

The number of seals that live around the Antarctic is unknown. However we do know that there are 33 different species of seal.

 

Did you know?

Seals are hunted by Orca whales. Whales work together to tip them off of ice floating in the sea.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZmDVaXNXUY

Write some more notes following the slides:

 

What hobbies do Inuit people have?

 

List three ways Inuit people travel great distances

 

How many people speak Inuit sign language?

 

How many dogs does it take to pull two men across the ice?

 

Watch the following video of Inuit people and the landscape. At the end of the video it goes dark but keep listening…this is traditional Inuit singing:

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?

q=inuit+people+for+kids&&view=detail&mid=71EF09EC08C43A1F723F71EF09EC08C43A1F723F&&FORM=VRDGAR

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