Daily Work – 26/06/20

Jun 25, 2020COVID-19

Nursery

Nursery – Friday 26th June

Good Morning lovely Nursery! It’s ‘Happy Friday’ once again! The sunshine has been lovely – we hope you have been having lots of fun outdoors!

RWI Phonics:

Today’s sound is ‘j’. We love the bouncy ‘j’ sound!

YouTube Ruth Miskin Training website: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Phonics activity: Jumping j!

Today we’re going to do some jumping! Can you jump up and down and shout “j,j,j,j,j,j”. Maybe your grown up can do it too? Maybe you could do this on a walk! Can you think of anyone you know that has a ‘J’ at the start of their name?

Maths activity: Hiding coins

You have been working very hard this week exploring coins and even making your own shop! We loved your photographs! Have you been to the shop to role play buying something?

Today, we would like you to play a game using some familiar coins that you have maybe used throughout this week. Maybe with a little help you could tell a grown up what each coin is? Is it a 1p? Is it a 2p? Is it a 5p? Is it a 10p? Then ask a grown up to hide the coins around the room! Can you find the coins? Can you remember what each coin is? Maybe your grown up could use positional language to help you find the coins, for example “under the table!” or “next to the chair!” This will be good practise for the Geography task!

Geography task: Where, oh Where is Mr. Bear?

In order to give directions, you need to use positional language. Use a teddy bear and a chair that he can be positioned in relation with. Move the bear and ask the question, “Where, oh where is Mr. Bear?” You can answer using language to describe the bear’s location. “He’s on top of the chair.” “He’s underneath the chair.” You can extend this by adding in terms such as left and right. So, “He’s next to the chair” could also become, “He’s to the left of the chair.”

Story time: Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

Link to story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-NlZH_HcOw

We know how much we love a sing song on a Friday boys and girls! So here is a story that you can sing along with. It really made me smile! Enjoy! 😊

Have a gorgeous fun-filled Friday and happy weekend! Lots of smiles coming your way! 😊

 

 

Reception

Reception – Friday 26th June

Good Morning Reception, wow another week has flown by! Some of you might be returning to school next week so will be accessing the activities in school with teachers. I am sure they will keep us updated as to how you are getting on. For those of you who are continuing your home schooling, please continue to add your comments and photos for us to see.

Today’s activities:

Phonics:

Set one of the day is: j

Set two sound is: or

RWI will continue ‘Read and Hold a sentence 1’ today.

Please take a look on the RWI home learning You Tube link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Red word reading is also continuing – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Writing:

Talk about the different ‘people who help us’ such as police, firefighters and nurses as well as paramedics. Look closely at what they wear and why. Princess Pearl doesn’t like silly frilly dresses. Can you design a uniform that she could wear as a flying doctor? What features might it need? For example, fire resistant (being around dragons), warm (for when she is flying about), brightly coloured so people can see her coming to the rescue. Don’t forget to label it so the designers know how to make it! We can’t wait to see what kind of things you come up with!

Maths: Today you’re going to become a flying dragon and/or a chef! We’d like you to work a grown up or an older sibling to time how long it takes you to fly around different areas. You could even wear a mask as you do it! You might choose to count out loud or time yourself using a stopwatch or timer. And… what better way to end the week than with some baking! Today you might like to bake some biscuits and focus of measuring and weighing your ingredients. There is also the opportunity to talk about what your own dragon would be like. We’re really looking forward to seeing some of your photos.

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Day-5-Zog.pdf

Geography week activities:

Make a story map:

Today we would like you to make a story map to retell a familiar story. It could even be the story of Zog or a story related to walking such as ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt!’ or Rosie’s Walk. Making a story map will help you to represent the environment from the book. Think about the materials you could use. You could even collect some natural materials when out walking.

Have a lovely day and enjoy the weekend!

Mrs Cassidy and Miss Cavanagh 😊

Year 1

Year 1 Friday 26th June
🌞 Happy Friday, Year 1! 🌞 Can you believe another week has gone by?! We are missing you so much! 🌈 We really hope we will see as many of you as possible next week for our Goodbye on Thursday!

Today’s tasks: 
Maths – 
It’s Friday so that means…. it’s Numbots day! We would like you to log on to Numbots and continue your Numbot journey. How far will you get today?! Remember, accuracy is important, so make sure you concentrate! 

If you fancy practising your Maths skills without screen time, you know playing a board game is one of our favourites, or try the number square game we have sent in the e-mail and added to the website. With the weather being so glorious this week, why not go on a walk and do some maths while you’re out? What shapes can you find? Can you collect some natural materials and build some 3D shapes? How many legs can you count on your journey? (This includes human, animals, insects….!) Can you measure anything while you’re out? For example, how many stones long is the bench?
Number square activities

We would love to see your work in the comments below 😊

English – 
RWInc. Time!
As of 1st June, all speed sounds lessons are available from 9.30am. Those children in Set 2 and Set 3 groups have new words for reading. All sets have red words (tricky words) to practise. These are slightly further down the page. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Miss Thompson’s group – Set 1 and Red Words 1
Mrs O’Hara and Mrs Harm’s groups – Set 2and Red Words 1
Miss Bunce, Miss Jobey and Mrs Neve’s groups – Set 3 and Red Words 2

If you think your child is very confident recognising and reading the sounds in the set they have been practising, we suggest they try the next set of sounds. For any children who are very confident with Set 3 sounds, there is a video called ‘Read Longer Words’ which they can practise.

This week’s story is……. Sidney Spider – A tale of Friendship 🕷️   https://www.talk4writing.com/home-school-units/ 
Read the story with your grownup or listen to it here: https://soundcloud.com/talkforwriting/sidney/s-cFsSqUMech3 

We learnt some incredible facts about spiders yesterday! Today, we would love you to get outside an explore while the weather is so wonderful! You could combine this with your Maths walk!

Task one: Mini-beast hunt! Take a look at some of the creatures you find (remember, always check with a grown-up before you pick any up just in case, and wash your hands when you get back inside!). Which creatures did you spot? What did they look like?
When you return, we would like you to record some sentences explaining what you found. Can you use the word ‘and’ to make your sentences longer? You might like to describe them to us! Page 14 has some useful words and some helpful sentence starters, too.

Task two: Can you and your grown-up help Sidney make some special spider biscuits for his party? Check out the recipe on page 16! 🍪 

Afternoon 
This is our final afternoon celebrating 🌎 Geography 🌎! We hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as we have 😊 We think you are going to LOVE today’s activity!

Did you know… your kitchen actually has some very well-travelled items! Your food! The food that we eat in the UK is grown all around the world. Some of the foods that we enjoy eating, such as bananas, or the beans that make chocolate, only grow in very warm climates. A long time ago, most people only ate food that they could grow locally. Nowadays, because of our global transport systems, it’s common for people to eat food that has travelled many thousands of miles before reaching their homes. Look at the foods in your cupboards, especially fruits and vegetables, and see where they come from. If this has come in a packet, there will be a label telling you where the food was grown! There might also be a sticker on the piece of fruit itself that tells you this information.

Have a look in your kitchen with a grown-up and choose 5 foods. Can you find out where they have come from? Then, use your globe/map from Monday or use this website https://geology.com/world/world-map.shtml to find out exactly where these locations are! 

A grown-up might also help you to use the calculator https://www.foodmiles.com/ Which food has travelled the furthest to get to our plates? Which food has travelled the least distance? Create a poster to share your findings with us! We can’t wait to see what you discover! 

Our challenge for you…
Design a plate of food upon which each piece of food comes from a different location! What does your meal look like? Where have the foods travelled from? We’d love you to draw and label a picture to show us! 

Reading
Reading is an excellent way to help you to relax, as well as being an important skill to develop. See if a grown-up will read a favourite story to you, or you might be able to access some online stories to enjoy! This website has lots of books you can see and hear being read to you: https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/storybooks-and-games/
Remember, you can select a reading book just like you’d get in school to keep reading books at the appropriate phonic level; this is outlined in an email sent the 27th April 📚
Happy reading!

🌈 Have a fantastic weekend and stay safe🌈  
Miss Bunce and Miss Thompson x 

Year 2

Friday 26th June

Happy Friday, Year 2! This week has zoomed by and we cannot believe that it is almost the weekend already. We hope that you are all keeping well and staying safe.

Let’s start our day with some relaxing yoga, choose your favourite. https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

Daily tasks

Maths – Thinking about our work on position, direction and turns this week, we have a challenge for you. It involves a pirate and some treasure!

Here is a grid with a pirate, who is desperate to get to some treasure! Pirate map  Unfortunately, there are a few obstacles in his way – palm trees and crocodiles! It’s almost like a maze. This is your task:

  1. On the first grid, draw arrows to show the pirate’s journey to the treasure. Check that he hasn’t walked through a palm tree or crocodile – that’s impossible!
  2. Write step by step instructions for his journey. Just like you did this week, write each step separately. E.g. forward one square. Think about when he needs to turn right or left before walking forwards – we don’t want him walking like a crab sideways!
  3. Once you’re finished, check that your directions make sense and match the journey you drew for your pirate. Ask an adult or someone at home to follow your instructions, using the second grid (so that they can’t see your arrows)!

If you’re done, we’ve also included a blank grid for you to create your own journey. You might want to use animals or characters like an astronaut. Think about where they will start, where they want to go and what kind of obstacles might be in their way! Have fun!

English – Friday is spelling day, thank you for completing the spelling quiz on Purple Mash last week, it was great to see that you did well. Today, we are going to looking at the sound spelt ‘or’ after w and the sound spelt ‘ar’ after w. Read the following words, ask a grown up to help you if you get stuck.

word, work, worm, world, worth, worthless, worst, war, warm, towards.

These are quite tricky because in the words with ‘or’ after the ‘w’, they make an ‘er’ sound like in the word letter.

When you read the words with ‘ar’ after ‘w’, did you notice that they made an ‘or’ sound like in the word door?

Try your best to learn the spelling of these words. You can either just copy them down or there is a look, say, cover, write, check sheet attached here.  Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check sheet  Then have a go at completing the quiz on Purple Mash. We have set it as a ‘To Do’ and remember, you can choose how long you want the word to stay on the screen before it disappears.

Once you have completed the quiz, we have attached another activity for you.  RS_Spelling_Y2_SU7_wormjumble    It is called ‘Worm Jumble’ and it focuses on words with ‘or’ after the ‘w’. You have to unscramble the letters in each worm and write the word out correctly, have fun! We can’t wait to see how you get on.

Phonics – All phonics videos can be viewed from 10.30am by following this link:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Join in with the speed sound lesson and the word time spelling lesson as well. Remember to tick or fix! Choose Set 3 sounds video if you have an orange, yellow, blue or grey reading book. If you have a green, purple or pink reading book, choose Set 2 sounds video.

There are videos added for reading red words too. For those who have a green, purple, pink and orange reading book, read red words 1. For those who have a yellow, blue and grey reading book, read red words 2. If you can’t logon, then you can find green words and red words at the back of your reading diaries.

If you do not read ‘Read Write Inc’ reading books, there is a video for you to watch all about reading longer words.

Afternoon

Geography – Your kitchen actually has some very well-travelled items! Your food! The food that we eat in the UK is grown all around the world. Some of the foods that we enjoy eating, such as bananas, or the beans that make chocolate, only grow in very warm climates. A long time ago, most people only ate food that they could grow locally. Nowadays, because of our global transport systems, it’s common for people to eat food that has travelled many thousands of miles before reaching their homes.

Look at the foods in your cupboards, especially fruits and vegetables, and see where they come from. If this has come in a packet, there will be a label telling you where the food was grown! There might also be a sticker on the piece of fruit itself that tells you this information. Are you shocked by some of the countries your foods have come from?

For your task today, choose either option 1 or option 2. There is a challenge, too, if you’d like to try it!

Option one: Choose 5 foods from different locations and use your globe/map from Monday or use this website https://geology.com/world/world-map.shtml and find the locations.

Use the calculator https://www.foodmiles.com/ Which food has travelled the furthest to get to our plates? Which food has travelled the least distance? Create a poster to tell us your findings!

Option two: Think about one of your favourite deals and make a list of some of its main ingredients. For example, you might enjoy spaghetti Bolognese, so you might like to find out about the wheat used to make the pasta, the tomatoes in the sauce and the beef (or alternative!) You could even look at something as simple and a cheese and tomato sandwich.

Find out where each ingredient has travelled from and use this food miles calculator (in the right-hand side bar) to work out how far the meal had travelled before arriving on your plate! https://www.foodmiles.com

Challenge: Design a plate of food that each piece of food comes from a different location. What does your meal look like? Draw it onto a paper plate to show us!

Reading – We can’t wait to hear what happens in Chapter 10 of ‘The Boy who Grew Dragons’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wepHfxyjSTY&list=PLd5OvpigUuUH6xXqFd8QfUQdD4RT1uFYr&index=13

Seeing as it is Geography Week and we have been thinking about different locations, why not choose a story to read that is set in a different place. In the Arctic, in outer space, on the moon, in the deep oceans, in the desert, in a rainforest. Escape somewhere new! If you’re wanting something new to read, select a reading book just like you’d get in school to keep reading books at the appropriate phonic level. This is outlined in an email sent the 27th April.

Have a fantastic weekend, Year 2! Stay safe and keep smiling.

From Mrs Bainbridge and Miss Jobey

 

Year 3

Year 3 Friday 26th June 

It’s Friday, feel-good day! And isn’t it easier to feel ‘good’ when the sun is shining? Remember to keep your brains and bodies healthy by doing exercise for both of themHow are you going to exercise your body today, I don’t know about you but I think it’s feeling a bit too hot for a Joe Wicks session! So maybe we could start with a walk before it gets too hot (or thundery even as the weather forecast is telling us!). Don’t forget, if you’re out in the sun, take a hat and wear suncream. Have a smashing weekend everyone and, even if it rains, don’t forget all the lovely things Miss Ornsby and Miss Bunce taught us in well-being week to keep our minds healthy 😊. 

Today’s tasks:  

Maths Click onto https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-3/subjects/maths then scroll down to the section that says ‘Angles and Shape’ and go to lesson 14 – To identify and describe symmetry in 2D shapes. The key learning today is symmetry, you may already have some understanding of this but don’t worry if you don’t s Miss Brinkworth will explain and model this. Watch the video carefully and join in when you are asked to. What symmetrical things can you see in your house? Take a photo and share with us on the post. We’d love to see what you can find! Do the independent activity and remember to return to the video for Miss Brinkworth to go through the answers.  

English Today we continue our learning of some of the words and phrases that help you to write an interesting information text. The grammar focus for today is adverbs again but a different sort of adverb. The adverbs we will use today are ‘engaging adverbs’. They are used at the beginning of sentences to interest the reader. They are words like: 

  • Interestingly, 
  • Surprisingly, 
  • Amazingly, 

Read through the sheet attached below and have a go at coming up with some engaging sentences.  English Friday 26.6.2020 Trolls – engaging adverbs

Afternoon 

Today is your chance to choose a country that you are interested in. Choose a location and think about why people should visit your country of choice! If you did any of the research about Iceland a couple of weeks ago, you could use some of that information today too.  

Location 

  • Where is it in the world? Is it near/far from Dunston?  
  • Which continent is it in?  
  • Which ocean is closest to it?  
  • Is it near the Equator? What does that tell us about its climate?  

Things to see 

  • Human features to see – are there any famous landmarks to visit? What do the houses look like?  
  • Physical features to enjoy – are there natural landmarks to visit? Are there beaches/rainforests/deserts/parks nearby?  

Characteristics of the country  

  • What is the population size/how many people live there?  
  • What is the ‘typical’ food in this location?  
  • What is the flag of this country?  
  • What is this country known for? 

Show us your findings in your own creative way! You could make a booklet, a powerpoint, a poster, a leaflet… We would love to see what you have found out and hopefully you can teach someone else something new. 

Year 4

Year 4 – Friday 26th June  

Happy Friday, Year 4!  Can you believe that we are at the end of another week?  We would like to start by thanking you for all of your hard work this week and to remind you that we are super proud of each and every one of you!  Remember that we are not on Teams this morning, but you can still use it to discuss the tasks with your friends.  You will find information about today’s tasks below:

9am – We have had a busy week, so why not begin today with a Cosmic Yoga video.  You can choose a clip from the link below:
https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga/videos

Maths – Another week of Times Table fun!  Today, we would like you to begin by joining in with a Super Movers video.  It would be a good idea for you to choose a times table which you don’t feel as confident with.  https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/times-table-collection/z4vv6v4

Next, we would like you choose a times table (either the 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 11s or 12s) and learn the division facts for your chosen times table.  Afterwards, we would like you to create your own ‘Division board game’ for you and your family to play.  We have attached two examples to our email which you can use as a template or just to give you an idea.  We would love to see photographs of your games!

To finish off, we have set you a division game on Purple Mash which you can find by clicking on the ‘2Do’ button at the top of the page, once you log in. 

Further challenge – Spend 20 minutes on Times Table Rock Stars and battle against your classmates!

English – If you could choose anywhere in the world, where would you like to be right now?  It could be a place which actually existsor a made-up location.  You are sat at your dream location…. What can you see?  What are you near?  Close your eyes… What can you hear?  Can you smell anything?  You take a few steps… What can you see now?  Now freeze!

We would like you to start off by drawing where you on and all of the different things that you can see.  It might help you if you label the different things on your picture.  Now, we would like you to think about the skills you have learned this week and what makes a good setting description.  We would like you to write 5 (or more!) quality sentences to describe your setting.  It would be great if you could think about your senses and write about what you can see, hear, smell and how everything makes you feel.  Please send us a photograph of your work or alternatively, you could choose to type it up and send it to us on Teams or by emailing the school office.

Afternoon tasks: 

Your kitchen actually has some very well-travelled items! Your food! The food that we eat in the UK is grown all around the world. Some of the foods that we enjoy eating, such as bananas, or the beans that make chocolate, only grow in very warm climates. A long time ago, most people only ate food that they could grow locally. Nowadays, because of our global transport systems, it’s common for people to eat food that has travelled many thousands of miles before reaching their homes. Look at the foods in your cupboards, especially fruits and vegetables, and see where they come from. If this has come in a packet, there will be a label telling you where the food was grown! There might also be a sticker on the piece of fruit itself that tells you this information.  

Activity One:  

Choose 5 foods from different locations and use your globe/map from Monday or use this website https://geology.com/world/world-map.shtml and find the locations. Use the calculator https://www.foodmiles.com/ Which food has travelled the furthest to get to our plates? Which food has travelled the least distance? Create a poster to tell us your findings! 

Activity Two:  

Think about one of your favourite deals and make a list of some of its main ingredients. For example, you might enjoy spaghetti Bolognese, so you might like to find out about the wheat used to make the pasta, the tomatoes in the sauce and the beef (or alternative!) You could even look at something as simple and a cheese and tomato sandwich.  

Find out where each ingredient has travelled from and use this food miles calculator (in the right hand side bar) to work out how far the meal had travelled before arriving on your plate! https://www.foodmiles.com 

Challenge yourself to design a plate of food that each piece of food comes from a different location. What does your meal look like? Draw it onto a paper plate to show us! 

Have a great weekend Year 4! Miss Whaley and Miss Conway! 😊 X  

Year 5

Year 5 – Friday 26th June

Well! What can we say Year 5? We have been blown away by how well you have adapted to online learning through Teams and we have loved being in daily contact with you 😊. From TODAY onwards, we will still set all of your tasks via Teams – but we will NOT be online with you, as we will be teaching in school starting next week. At 9am each day the Teams assignment will be set – and you simply click the link and follow the instructions. We will of course be seeing some of you at school on Tuesday. Whether you are with us in the classroom or you are learning online – each and every one of you is truly amazing and we are super proud of you all ❤️.

Today’s tasks.

Maths

Scroll down to Friday maths challenge! Answers are also available 😊

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

A fun decimals quiz:

https://www.educationquizzes.com/ks2/maths/decimal-numbers-year-5/

English

Well done for all of your great work on balanced arguments this week! We really love to read your work so thank you to those who have been able to submit online! Like last week, your activities are on Teams for you to access.

Afternoon – Geography

Today is your chance to choose a country that you are interested in. Choose a location and think about why people should visit your country of choice!

Location:

  • Where is it in the world? Is it near/far from Dunston?
  • Which continent is it in?
  • Which ocean is closest to it?
  • Is it near the Equator? What does that tell us about its climate?

Things to see:

  • Human features to see – are there any famous landmarks to visit? What do the houses look like?
  • Physical features to enjoy – are there natural landmarks to visit? Are there beaches/rainforests/deserts/parks nearby?

Characteristics of the country :

  • What is the population size/how many people live there?
  • What is the ‘typical’ food in this location?
  • What is the flag of this country?
  • What is this country known for?

Show us your findings in your own creative way! You could make a booklet, a powerpoint, a poster, a leaflet… We would love to see what you have found out and hopefully you can teach someone else something new.

Have a wonderful weekend – relax and stay safe. Mrs B and Miss O xoxoxo

Year 6

Good Morning Year 6! 💙💛

A reminder that today is the deadline for any home videos of children sharing their memories for our Leavers’ DVD. Please send them in to year6leavers@dunstonhillschool.co.uk  along with any photographs of your child’s time at Dunston Hill. Please see the letter emailed on Thursday 18th June for full details.

To access your resources today for all of your learning you need to:

  1. Log into Teams
  2. Go to Files (at the top of the page)
  3. Select Class Materials
  4. Select SUMMER TERM SECOND HALF
  5. Select WEEK 4
  6. Select the subject (Maths, English, Guided Reading)
  7. Select the day – Friday

Maths:

Today we are going to begin as we do in class, with Arithmetic. Open the Flashback and complete the questions in your red maths book then open Flashback ANSWERS to self-assess your work and make any necessary corrections.

For the main lesson, we are solving ratio and proportion problems. Open the True or False pdf and see if you can answer the question – is it true or false? The answer is on the second page.

Next, there is a PowerPoint for you to view which will help you complete today’s task entitled ‘ratio and proportion problems intro’. You can access the task by either opening the ‘ratio and proportion problems’ PowerPoint and completing the questions in your red maths book OR you can open the ‘ratio and proportion’ task pdf and print off the questions. When you have completed the task, open the ‘ratio and proportion’ answers pdf and self-assess.

English:

This week we are looking at a new unit based on the story, “Where the Wild Things Are.” There are three lessons in files called day 1, day 2, day 3.

  • If you are in school Monday and Tuesday complete day 1,2 and 3 during the rest of the week.
  • If you are in school Thursday and Friday complete day 1, 2 and 3 during the beginning of the week.
  • If you are not in school you have two additional days called day 4 and 5 which contain SPaG work for you to complete in your blue jotter.
  • On each day you will be instructed by our “Explorer” as to what to do. Please complete each piece of work in your blue jotter.
  • For SPaG days. Day 4 asks you to work on verbs, nouns and adjectives – there are answers in the file too for you to self assess. Day 5 asks you to work on adjectives, adverbs and determiners. Please complete each piece of work in your blue jotter.

Reading:

This week we have the following texts to choose from and we encourage you to answer the comprehension questions too. Remember the answers are on the last page. This week’s theme is Science:

  • The ISS
  • Mars Achieved
  • Life Cycle comparison
  • A Finch Solution
  • Charles Darwin

Additionally, please aim to complete 30 minutes on Reading Plus today.

Afternoon Geography Task:

Today is your chance to choose a country that you are interested in. Choose a location and think about why people should visit your country of choice!

Location

  • Where is it in the world? Is it near/far from Dunston?
  • Which continent is it in?
  • Which ocean is closest to it?
  • Is it near the Equator? What does that tell us about its climate?

Things to see

  • Human features to see – are there any famous landmarks to visit? What do the houses look like?
  • Physical features to enjoy – are there natural landmarks to visit? Are there beaches/rainforests/deserts/parks nearby?

Characteristics of the country

  • What is the population size/how many people live there?
  • What is the ‘typical’ food in this location?
  • What is the flag of this country?
  • What is this country known for?

Show us your findings in your own creative way! You could make a booklet, a PowerPoint, a poster, a leaflet… We would love to see what you have found out and hopefully you can teach someone else something new. Remember to post your fab work on today’s Facebook page.

Another week over – well done on your fab efforts this week.

It’s nearly the weekend; enjoy, have fun and stay safe! 💙💛🌈❤️

Miss Parkin and Miss Reay 😊