What a Good One Looks Like
Non-Chronological Report (Factsheet)
Create a Success Criteria for Writing Your Own.
What Can you spot in the example on the Blackbird?
Support – Finding halves and quarters of shapes and quantities.
Extend - Find fractional quantities linked to known multiplication facts, e.g. 1⁄3 of 18, 1⁄5 of 15.
Go on a Big Bug Hunt!
Go out into the woods with adults at home or siblings and find and photograph as many creatures as you can find. You may want to focus on ONE animal (birds or insects for example). Take photos of the environment they live in, or habitat, before using PicCollage or PowerPoint to merge all your pictures together in a collage.
Back outside we go! Remember if it is raining or freezing cold on the day of these outdoor activities, they can be done later in the week instead.
Using the attached UK Birdwatching guide, how many of the most common birds can you spot whilst you are out and about. If you see any that are not on the guide, can you research what they are by using the internet and their characteristics?