Details of next week’s Google Live Class Lesson is available on the link above or on the Pegasus website.
We continue to enjoy seeing the work that you have completed during the week! Thanks for never giving up and ‘keep on going!’
Activity 1: English- Using speech in writing
Watch The Little Shoemaker video again from 1:44 to 3:04. Follow the guidelines in the video below on how to add and correctly punctuate dialogue.
Then create your own dialogue between the Little Shoemaker and his shoes. You can download the WIN to help you.
Activity 3: PSHE- Responsibilities
Today we would like you to think about your responsibilities in the community and wider world. Currently, the world is facing a pandemic and we all have a part to play in recovering. How will you be helpful?
Listen to the presentation below, then use the worksheet to extend what you have learnt.
Activity 1: English- Adding dialogue
Continue to add dialogue to the video.
Watch the video The Little shoemaker from 3:04 to 4:45.
Create a dialogue between Mr Botte and the rival shoemaker.
Activity 2: Maths
Lesson 2- Subtracting decimals with a different number of decimal places
Listen and watch the video presentation from:
White Rose Maths Lesson 2
When you go to the site, scroll down the page to:
Summer Term – Week 9 (w/c 22nd June) Click on the + symbol and begin with:Lesson 2
Download the worksheets below to practice your skills.
Activity 3: The Windrush
Monday 22nd June was Windrush Day marking the day when around 500 migrants from the Caribbean arrived in Tilbury Docks in Essex in 1948. This is also a day to celebrate the contribution of the Windrush generation and their descendants. This week we would like you to think about how you can be more welcoming to others. What could you do to show someone that you support them? Can you make some bunting to hang in your house that celebrates our diverse community?
Explore The Windrush
Explore the history of Windrush with Newsround special
Watch Radzi from Blue Peter retrace the route of an important civil rights march in The Walk that Changed the World
Activity 3: Science- Density
Today we are experimenting with density and our questions is:
Can we make an egg float in water?
Watch the lesson with Mr St Aimee:
Activity 1: English- Diary Entry
Imagine that you are Mr Botte. How have you been feeling during this episode with the rival shoemaker? Follow the instructions on the powerpoint video and then write a diary entry as if you are Mr Botte. Remember to really express your emotions and keep it informal. You can download a Diary Entry Checklist as well as a writing frame to help you.
Activity 1- English- Active and Passive voice
Watch the powerpoint video which explains how to identify the active and passive voice and then complete the worksheets below.
Activity 1: Art Week The Natural World Try these wonder art activities for some of your creative ideas to flow.
Activity 2: Summer Art ideas
Here as some brilliant art activities that you can try.
Download as many as you like and try the ones you most find appealing.
Find out how you can help stop racism with Ideas from CBBC
Make a poster on your computer or using paper to help stop racism.