Write a description of a wooly mammoth. Remember to include lots of:
- expanded noun phrases e.g. enormous, ivory tusks.
- similes e.g. the mammoth was as big as a lorry
Remember to describe the mammoth from head to toe. you could even describe how it moves or what sounds it might make.
You could post your writing on the class blog or just do it on paper.
Watch the video about suffixes and complete Activity 1 and 2 on the webpage linked below:
Watch the video
Then have a go at some of the activities on the PDF linked below. You can just write the answers on paper if you don't have a printer.
In this session, we are going to work on our map reading skills. More specifically, we are going to look at why maps have symbols and how grid references are used to make map reading easier.
Watch the 2 videos below:
Plan the pairs games to help you learn what the Ordnance Survey map symbols mean.
Then play the grid reference game:
Remember: 'Along the corridor and up the stairs' this means that you write the number on the horizontal axis first and then the number on the vertical axis second.