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Home Learning 14-06-2013

Well done on your garden surveys from last week. This weeks task is connected with the poem Magic Box by Kit Wright, which we’ve been looking at in school. You can see Kit Wright reading it by clicking on the image to the left. What would you put in your Magic Box? What would it look like? Perhaps make a list, or draw a picture to show the magic box and its contents.

 
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Posted by on June 14, 2013 in Information

 

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Dinosaur Rumpus Performance

Have a listen to this first attempt at performing Tony Mitton’s Dinosaur Rumpus. We’ll be rehearsing more tomorrow morning. What should we do to improve?

 
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Posted by on June 13, 2013 in Information

 

Home Learning 07-06-13

Your home learning task this week is to look around your garden and see what plant life you can find. Record it however you like (draw pictures, make a list, take photographs) and compare it to the plant life that you found when looking at the Recreation Ground.

 
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Posted by on June 7, 2013 in Information

 

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Badgers Home Learning 10th May 2013

Home Learning Badgers Pirate menu

Click on the link above for your home learning set 10th May 2013 due 17th May 2013.

 
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Posted by on May 10, 2013 in Information

 

Homework 3. 5. 13

For your homework this week imagine that you are going on holiday to a dessert island. You can only take 5 luxury items. What items would you take and why have you chosen them?

Ask other people in your family what they would choose and find out why they have chosen those things.

 Draw pictures and write about them here.

 
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Posted by on May 2, 2013 in Information

 

Spelling Term 5

Badger Spellings Term 5 Group 1

 

Week Beginning

Spellings

Date Tested

15. 4. 13

Brag, brick, bring, crab, crack, crisp.

19. 4. 13

22. 4. 13

Drag, dress, drill, drip, drop, drum.

26. 4. 13

29. 4. 13

Frill, frog, frost, from, fresh, free.

3. 5. 13

6. 5. 13

Grab, grill, grin, grip, grub, gram.

10. 5. 13

13. 5. 13

Track, trap, trick, trip, trot, truck.

17. 5. 13

20. 5. 13

wrap, write, wrote, wring, wrist, wreck.

24. 5. 13

Badger Spellings Term 5 Group 2

 

Week Beginning

Spellings

Date Tested

15. 4. 13

Benches, lunches, beaches, peaches, brushes, bushes, crashes, crushes.

19. 4. 13

22. 4. 13

Fishes, wishes, classes, dresses, glasses, kisses, buzzes, taxes.

26. 4. 13

29. 4. 13

Boasts, beasts, sweets, treats, screams, preens, frames, strains.

3. 5. 13

6. 5. 13

beats, boils, coaches, joins, paints, preaches, sails, teaches.

10. 5. 13

13. 5. 13

Beating, boiling, coaching, joining, painting, preaching, sailing, teaching.

17. 5. 13

20. 5. 13

Booted, floated, heated, invented, painted, pointed, shifted, waited.

24. 5. 13

Badger Spellings Term 5 Group 3

 

Week Beginning

Spellings

Date Tested

15. 4. 13

Character, chemist, chrome, chemistry, chorus, chrysalis, chronic, chemical.

19. 4. 13

22. 4. 13

Anchor, school, architect, mechanic, orchestra, scheme, stomach, technology.

26. 4. 13

29. 4. 13

Examine, example, exchange, exercise, expire, explain, explore, extend.

3. 5. 13

6. 5. 13

Badger, hedge, sledge, bridge, splodge, budget, trudge, smudge.

10. 5. 13

13. 5. 13

Alphabet, autograph, geography, graph, nephew, paragraph, pheasant, telephone.

17. 5. 13

20. 5. 13

Unfriendly, unhealthy, unlikely, unfortunate, uncomfortable, unbelievable, unbearable, unconscious.

24. 5. 13

Badger Spellings Term 5 Group 4

 

Week Beginning

Spellings

Date Tested

15. 4. 13

Quint, quality, quantity, quarter, quarrel, queen, quench, question, quick, quiet.

19. 4. 13

22. 4. 13

Squabble, square, squash, squeak, squeal, squeeze, squat, squawk, squelch, squire.

26. 4. 13

29. 4. 13

Cinema, circle, circuit, circus, citizen, centre, century, certain, cycle.

3. 5. 13

6. 5. 13

Buffaloes, cargoes, dominoes, echoes, flamingoes, heroes, potatoes, tomatoes, torpedoes, volcanoes.

10. 5. 13

13. 5. 13

Abbeys, birthdays, chimneys, donkeys, journeys, monkeys, quays, trolleys, turkeys, valleys.

17. 5. 13

20. 5. 13

Babies, berries, centuries, cities, counties, countries, diaries, dictionaries, families, libraries.

24. 5. 13

 
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Home Learning 19th April

Badgers Class    Habitats   Home Learning

A habitat is a place where a collection of plants and animals live and which provides them with food and shelter.

Seashores, gardens and ponds are all examples of habitats. Habitats can be big (a forest, for example) or small (a leaf, for example).

How plants and animals adapt: Animals and plants are adapted to their habitats. This means that they have special features that help them to survive.

Animals suiting their habitat: The animals and plants in one habitat are suited to live there and may not be able to survive in other habitats. A woodland owl, for example, would not survive in a desert habitat.

When a habitat changes, the animals and plants that live there are affected. For example, when pond weed is removed from a pond, the fish and snails that live on the pond weed for food may find it hard to survive.

 

Choose a British wild animal to investigate

 

1. Find two features which help your animal adapt to its environment.

2. Why do these two features help your animal in this habitat?

3. In your own words write a definition for the word  ‘habitat’.

 

Use words and pictures to present your answers in an interesting way.

 

 

 

                                                                                   19.04.13

 

 
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Posted by on April 24, 2013 in Information