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Cotgrave Candleby

Lane School

Look back with pride and forward with confidence

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Week 5 -  week commencing 18th May.

 

This week our topic focus is history based and to know about a famous person in the past.

 

Can you start by thinking about the word famous?  Have a discussion with different family members at home and discuss what the word means.  Can you make a list of some famous people?  Why are they famous?

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We have been looking at Christopher Columbus who is a famous explorer.  He is not the only famous explorer?  Can you research two other famous explorers from the past?  Who are they?  What did they do?  Why are they famous?  Can you put them in order on a timeline to show which explorer came first?  Can you locate on a world map the places they explored?

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As an extra challenge thinking carefully about what famous means, look at your list of the famous people you thought of and the explorers you have researched, who do you think is the most famous and why?

Week 4      Topic

 

This week we are going to continue to build on your map skills from last week.

 

First can you do some research to find out:

What is a city?

What is a town?

What is a village?

How are they the same and how are they different?

What features do each of them have?

 

Now watch the video below about creating a map.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z8ngkqt

 

Now using the skills you developed last week and those you have learnt from the video, can you create a map of a city, town or village.  Think carefully about how you may set it out and which features you will include.  Will it have a cathedral?  A factory?  Houses?  A school? A railway?  A river?  A farmyard?  Will you draw it?  Paint it?  Build it?

 

Remember to take some photographs of your map to send back to us at school.

 

An extra challenge could be now to turn your map into a treasure map.  Put a cross on your map and a compass.  Write some instructions using North, South, East and West for the pirates to find the treasure.

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Design and Technology...make a moving pirate.

Topic Week 3

 

Polly wants a cracker! (and the buried treasure...) 

 

Watch this song, introducing how to read a compass - https://youtu.be/f2I81_BFb-s  

 

Below are pictures of a treasure map and some directions, can you use your new compass reading skills to find out where I end up?! 

 

Once you've done that, can you make your own treasure map and write some instructions for someone to follow, helping them to find the treasure? Don't forget to include a picture of a compass to help them! 

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Topic Week 2

 

Ooo Arrgghh me hearties! We are starting out topic on Pesky Pirates and Exciting Explorers. You may like to incorporate a pirate theme into play for this week! Here are some ideas and send us your photos!

PE websites!

Week 1

 

Complete the project about your 'all-time favourite animal' throughout the week.  We would love to see some of your finished projects so please photograph and email to your class teacher.  Have fun!

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