In maths we have recently been looking at 2D shapes.
To consolidate all the learning we have done, can you create five of your own tangrams (examples are on this page, the cat and the rabbit). These tangrams must be created with a variety of 2D shapes. Once you have created it, describe what shapes you have put in. Explain if your tangram has any:
- Lines of symmetry
- Parallel lines
We have recently read the Giant’s Necklace. At the end of the story it is fully relieved that Cherry is in fact no longer alive. For your key skills this week, write the ending of the story differently. Your part of the story must begin from her leaving the mine, how you then end it is entirely up to you… Try to be creative! The obvious option could be that she returns to the house and is actually alive and it’s all happy. However, you could choose to do a random route.
Prior to the Giant’s Necklace we looked at improving our planning skills. Putting these skills to use would be great too!
Remember, complete it in your key skills book to a high standard.
I look forward to hearing your ideas! I expect them all to be very interesting.