piper pixar short film 2016 full.mp4
Good morning everyone!
Here are the learning tasks for today.
Watch Thursday's video which explains how to read and use timetables.
Then complete the worksheet attached above.
Extension task: On IXL complete the Year 5 Maths section P.10 Transportation schedules - 24-hour time
Return to the short, Piper, from yesterday and watch again to refresh your memory.
Imagine you have been asked to write a narrative story which could accompany the short Piper - suitable for a 9-10 year old. Write a short story, either from the perspective of Piper or Piper’s parent.
Before writing your story, make sure you plan it out, using some of the ideas you gathered yesterday.
You may also wish to use the ‘chunked plot’ planning format above to help you.
As you will be writing a lot about the thoughts and feelings of your chosen character (either Piper or Piper’s parent), you may wish to include an ‘ed opener’ sentence or two in your story.
The ‘ed opener’ cheat sheet is attached above.
I'd love to see your short story.
On the website above, complete the Science lesson.
In this lesson, we are going to become geologists! We have some problems to solve which are going to require us to make careful observations and construct an identification key to help us to identify different rocks. You will need a piece of paper, a pencil and a ruler for this lesson.