Monday 1st March
Please note, Miss Carr will be teaching in school today and therefore will not be available to respond to emails/provide feedback for work. Please send your children’s work over to Mr Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org, who will be providing feedback for it. Thank you
This week we are going to be thinking about some more 'heroes'.
Today we would like you to read through each page of the PowerPoint about the NHS with an adult and discuss the information you have found out. Create a fact file detailing key facts about the NHS – what it is, when it was created, who created it, why it was created etc. You may decorate and add illustrations to your fact file to make it as eye catching as you can!
Maths worksheet - please complete the two caterpillar sheets
Today we would like you to use your creative imaginations - we would like you to design and ‘make up’ your own SUPERHERO.
A superhero is a person who does heroic deeds and has the ability to do them in a way that a normal person couldn’t. So in order to be a superhero, you need a power that is more exceptional than any power a normal human being could possess, and you need to use that power to accomplish good deeds. Have a think about a super power that you might like to have. Think about some superheroes that you might already know of - Spider-Man, Hulk, Captain Marvel or Wonder Woman for example. What can they do that a normal human can’t? What will your superhero wear? What will their name be? Will they have something to help them with their super power? You can draw your superhero or dress up like them if you so wish! Make sure you send your teachers your ideas!!
Here are some crafts that you may like to use to help you! We can’t wait to see your ideas.