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Week 9/11




To receive feedback on your learning please email your class teacher each day with a message as to how you got on. If you attach work or include photos of work they will be able to see how you got on.

Email:  Miss Kaur:



Please read for 20 minutes a day and record it in your Reading Diary.






We are beginning to revisit our work on adverbials. Click below to remind yourself...








We are going to perform Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night as a class.

Click the link below to watch a cartoon of the story...

► PE
We will be designing Totem Poles in art. Follow the lesson below to draw one...





Watch the Twelfth Night video from yesterday, choose a character to look into... 

Think about them, how do they feel about them-self and their lives and compare it to what others may feel about them. 

(You can even draw a character like mine to show what they think of them self inside and what others think on the outside) 


Electricity can be dangerous! 

What did Dexter Duck do wrong in the video below? 

I’ve written a list of ‘rules’ that we must be careful of when being near/using electricity.


Top 10 rules for electric safety

To play it safe around your home, remember the rules for using electricity the right way.

  1. DON'T plug a bunch of stuff into one outlet or extension cord. It could damage the electrical system in your house or even cause a fire.
  2. DO make sure all electric cords are tucked out of the way. Pets might chew on electrical cords, and people might trip and fall.
  3. DON'T ever play near or on a green transformer box or climb the fence around an electrical substation. If a ball or pet gets inside the fence, ask an adult to call Alliant Energy or your electric company - they'll come and get it out for you.
  4. DON'T yank an electrical cord from the wall. Instead, pull from the plug. Pulling on a cord can damage the appliance, the plug or the outlet.
  5. DON'T fly anything like drones or kites near power lines or substations. A kite and its string may conduct electricity - sending it right through you to the ground.
  6. DO ask an adult for help when you need to use something that uses electricity.
  7. DO look up and look out for power lines before you climb a tree. The electricity can go right through the tree branch - and right through you.
  8. DO have an adult put safety caps on all unused electrical outlets. Covering outlets will also help save energy by stopping cold drafts.
  9. DO watch out for power lines when using a ladder, chainsaw or other outdoor equipment.
  10. DO keep electrical stuff away from water. Most electrical accidents around the house happen when people use electricity near water.



Make a poster showing the top 3 things that you need to be aware of when using electricity. 

Remember to take a picture to show your teacher! 





First watch the Adverb and Adverbial video above to help you to remember what adverbials are. 


I would like you to write some simple sentences about what happened in the film below, including adverbials.

This film is about the Apache (Native American) myth of how the sky was once too low. 

(I've included some pictures for you to help you after you've watched the video) 


An old shaman was telling a story to 3 young children. Ages ago, some human beings had big troubles because the sky was too low.

Photos to write about


Log in to your TTRS and spend 10/20 mins practicing your skill, why don't you challenge me (Miss Kaur) in a battle?



Divide by 10



An old shaman was telling a story to 3 young children. Ages ago, some human beings had big troubles because the sky was too low.

Improve these sentences following the steps. 


1. Read the original sentence 

The children sat down.

2. Add an opening.

In the evening, the children sat down.

3. Add an adjective / noun phrase (two adjectives) to describe. 

In the evening, the noisy children sat down. 

4. Add a conjunction and add more information. 

In the evening, the noisy children sat down and looked over at the old man. 

5. Add a verb and an adverbials. 

In the evening, the excited noisy children slowly sat down and looked over at the old man. 

6. Check the sentence makes sense and add any extra detail. 

In the evening, the excited noisy children slowly sat down and looked over at the bald old man. 



The sky was low. 

The trees bent low. 

The men couldn't stand straight.

The old man coughed. 

They built a tower of sticks. 


Don't forget to show me your best sentences



What makes a journey? 

What different types of journeys can people go on? 

Have a think about these two questions... 


Now watch this clip about a famous journey Rama and Sita went on which is the cause for the celebration of Diwali across the world. 

Story of Diwali

The Hindu story of Rama and Sita.

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