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1st June 2020

Become a Hwb Hero!

 

Hwb Heroes Assemble! A call to children and young people to become Hwb Heroes

 

Wales Education Minister, Kirsty Williams, has launched an initiative to get the children and young people of Wales using their creativity to spread positive and entertaining messages online to older people who are currently self-isolating due to the Covid-19 lockdown.

 

If you want to take part in this, please follow the link below:

 

https://hwb.gov.wales/news/article/dada8eac-9457-4099-9d8b-f0f5cedbc9ba

 

It would also be great if you send your messages to Mrs Thorpe and Mrs Eadie to put in our newsletters too!

 

Comprehension 

 

This week, please read the comprehension on page 18 and complete the answer questions on page 19 of your comprehension book.

 

Remember to read the text carefully before looking at the questions. Underline any key information if it helps you to remember it.  

 

Grammar

This week please complete page 11 of your grammar book. 

 

Spellings

 

Group 1 spellings need to work on page 11 as well as learn the attached spelling list.

 

Group 2 need to learn the attached list and put the words into interesting sentences. 

 

Numeracy

 

This week, please complete the abacus test. 

Remember you can do pictures and working out to help you.

 

Handwriting

 

This week, please work on page 19 of the Penpals book. 

 

Look at the examples on the page first and copy their joins. 

 

Creative Writing Task 

 

 

Creative writing task – 1st June 2020

Write an animal fact file using the WAGOLL to support you. Research interesting facts on an animal of your choice, use subheadings to give your fact file a clear structure and add (or draw) pictures of the animal next to the information.

Things to include:

An opening paragraph including some interesting facts

What is their habitat?

What do they eat?

What do they look like?

What makes them unique?

 

Extra challenge for Mrs Thorpe’s Literacy class is to try to use generalisers from the document attached. These are underlined in the WAGOLL.

There is a template to help support those in Mrs Eadie’s Literacy class with subheadings ready for you to write under.

 

There is a power point attached with information on nocturnal animals where you can get information from if you would like to write about one of those.

 

 

Badgers – Fact file

 

Badgers are nocturnal animals which means they sleep in the day and come out at night. The female badger is called a 'sow' and the male is a 'boar'. Usually badgers make several different noises including snorts, growls and screams.

 

What do badgers look like?

Badgers are mammals that have black and white stripes along their heads. Their bodies are covered in black and white fur. They have short legs but can run fast if they need to. They use their feet to help them dig tunnels in the dirt. Many badgers can grow to nearly a meter in length.

 

Where do badgers live?

Badgers mainly live in the countryside but sometimes they visit people’s gardens looking for food. All badgers live in setts. This is an underground burrow that they dig using their claws. Many live in family groups. Their burrows have long tunnels with one large room for sleeping in. Some setts are hundreds of years old. Most setts can be recognised by the great mounds of excavated earth surrounding the entrances.

 

What do badgers eat?

 

As badgers are nocturnal, they hunt for food at night and sleep during the day. Badgers will eat most things but mostly like to eat worms. They use their sharp claws to find the worms hidden in the soil. Badgers will also eat small mice, slugs, fruit and nuts.

 

Did you know?

The majority of badgers practice good housekeeping, to prevent a build-up of fleas and lice.

 

 

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