ST GEORGE'S DAY and WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S BIRTHDAY
Happy Birthday to William Shakespeare and Happy St Geoge's Day! There is an extra of some history work on St George in the links below....
or try writing some insults like Will Shakespeare- Have a look at the power point to give you some ideas :) See Below
Today - April 22nd - is Earth Day- a day to celebrate Earth in all its glory and look to ways that we can save it for future generations . There are some fun ideas below, in how you can be involved.
Tonight and tomorrow 21/22nd April 2020 are great opportunities to see satellites and meteor showers. Use the links to find out the best time to see them- It may mean you have to stay up late, or get up early- but it might be worth looking out for them
Star link satellites
Did anyone see the International Space Station go over head these last few nights. We stood on our doorstep and watched it last night. If you would like to look out for it- its just like a very bright light going across the sky
Over the next few days, weeks or whatever I would like to start a new class novel to read aloud. You will have a chance to vote on which book you would like to read. I'm doing this in two polls via edmodo. Have a look at the first video (now on Edmodo)and decide which of these you would like to read. Chose your answers and go to Edmodo to submit.
I'll then show you the other two books and we will then have a final round. I totally apologise for the amateur video. I shall hopefully get better at it :)
What is Earth Hour? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZjhzP7oVD8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKJbI2N5jqI What can you do at home?
Recycled lantern https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okSYbnIPlYU&t=9s