Well done on the register quiz yesterday!!!! So many correct answers. The name that I was thinking of that could own a Bank on the High Street was Lloyd (Lloyd's Bank). Congratulations to Charlotte who was first with the correct answer. As well as getting the correct answer Jakub also suggested York (Yorkshire Bank) could be an answer too!
Check out your Sugar Skulls.... if you haven't done yours (see Thursday) or sent me a pic please do
So today is Challenge Friday!!!
You are so good at these. Have a go and see my video below if you need any tips....
Today's English work is different to usual.
Do you have a favourite book?
Do you have a book with a cover that interests you?
Book covers are so important as they attract the reader.
I have a challenge for you. This will involve taking a photo and sending it to me.
It is the Book Cover Challenge!
Look through your books. Find a book cover that you think you can recreate. Find props and things you can use. Create the cover - get someone to take a well framed photo and edit it if you wish with text or effects on your phone, tablet or laptop and then send it to me along with a picture of the original cover!
See below for some inspiration...
Just how many teeth have you got inside your jaw?
How many of them are still baby teeth?
How many are adult teeth?
Watch the film below about baby teeth...
Do you know why your teeth are all different shapes and sizes?
Watch the video below to learn why....
So, our teeth do different jobs.... and are designed for eating different foods. Animals have different teeth depending upon what species they are and what their diet consists of.
Watch this video for more information....it also contains a cool experiment that you may want to try!!!
So, here's your third challenge today. Knowing what you know about skull shapes and the different types of teeth can you recognise which ten animals these skulls belong to? Look at the shape of the skull and look for evidence of what their diet might be from their teeth. Write your 10 thoughtful guesses down before you look at the answers.
We have made these in school before.
You will need:
A piece of paper (A4 size is ideal)
Watch and follow the tutorial video below and then once made turn it into a creature's skull complete with teeth!