'Somebody swallowed Stanley' by Sarah Roberts
Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQTUWK7CM-Y - STOP AT 1MIN 25SECS
For the INTRODUCTION use:
For FIGHT POLLUTION SAVE THE ANIMALS children to look at: https://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/marine-animals-are-dying-because-of-our-plastic-trash/
For 10 WAYS TO SAVE THE EARTH children to look at:
Maths Year 4
|Summer Term Week 1 – Make a whole||
LO: To be able to use inference and prediction
Look at the picture of the front cover of Somebody swallowed Stanley.
Encourage them to look at the title of the books and the facial expression of the animals on the page.
Watch video of the story being read STOP BEFORE THE LAST PAGE.
Make a prediction what the plastic bag might be used as when the little boy finds it.
I think the bag could be used as…
LO – To be able to know the oceans of the world
Watch the video curriculum day 1 to answer the questions below.
Draw your own map of the world and name at least 10 seas or oceans.
|Summer Term Week 1 – Write decimals||
LO: To be able to plan a non-chronological report
Watch English day 2 clip- STOP AT 1MIN 25SECS
Look at the images of information pages – children are going to create their own page with images and information. Discuss how they are laid out and the features required.
SEE EXAMPLES BELOW OF EXAMPLE INFORMATION SHEETS
Refer to the websites above.
Using each heading, make notes to use in your information page.
FIGHT POLLUTION SAVE THE ANIMALS10 WAYS TO SAVE THE EARTH
|Summer Term Week 1 – Compare decimals||
LO: To be able to write a non-chronological report
Children to create their own plastic pollution save the earth information page.
Look at their notes from the previous day.
Discuss the presentation of the example information pages – what do you like? What will you magpie? What will you change?
LO – To be able to sort and classify living things into groups.
Write down 8-10 different creatures that live in the sea (you could use some of the creatures from your cross sectional diagram last week).
Think of different ways to group or classify your animals.
e.g. Animals that live in the twilight zone and animals that don’t live in the twilight zone.
Animals with legs and animals with no legs.
Animals who have gills and animals who don’t have gills.
How will you present your grouped animals?
In a table? Venn diagram?
|Summer Term Week 1 – Order decimals|
|Summer Term Week 1 – Friday maths challenge||
LO: To be able recognise subordinate clauses and conjunctions.
Work through the power point together and discuss the slides to find the answers as you go.
Now have a go at writing some sentences using a mixture of subordinate clauses and subordinate conjunctions. Underline them to be clear about where they are in your sentences.