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Monday: Tim Peake - Topic Lesson 1

Work through the powerpoint below and discover why Tim Peake is a significant person and why he is important.

 

After, draw a picture of Tim Peake and write a sentence (or two or three) about why he is a significant person and/or what he achieved in space.

Tuesday: History of Space Travel - Topic Lesson 2

Look at the facts below.  Can you put them in order from oldest event to newest event?  What did you use to help you?

Now work through the powerpoint and check your answers to see if you were correct.
Now can you put the facts in the correct order and stick them on the timeline below.

For parents:

The completed timeline is below should you wish to use it or allow your children to check their answers.

Wednesday: The Solar System - Science Lesson

Today, you shall be learning the 8 planets in the solar system and their order. Can you name any of the 8 planets already?

 

Order of the 8 Planets

Please watch the video below to learn more about the planets and their order!

The planets orbit (move round) the sun in a circle. We remember the planets in order (the one that is closest to the sun comes first and the one that is furthest comes last). A way to remember the order of the planets (from the sun) is this cool mnemonic:
Now, can you try labelling the planets on the activity below? Refer to the other resources if you get stuck... but have a go without first (do not stick them until you know that the order is correct please)!

A Place for Pluto

Listen to the story about why Pluto is no longer a planet.

Read to you by Miss Mortimer.

Thursday: RE Lesson

Today we are going to be understanding the importance of different symbols within communities and focusing on the Sikh religion and the importance of their holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib.

 

Watch the video below and notice how the Sikhs show that Guru Granth Sahib is special.  What do they do before reading it?  Where do they store it?  Is it treated like other books?  Did you hear why they treat this book in such a special way?

The Sikhs treat the Guru Granth Sahib with respect because the tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Sing, told his followers that the holy book would become the everlasting Guru for all Sikhs after he died.  Many young Sikhs go to classes on a Saturday to learn the Punjab language so they can read the Guru Granth Sahib themselves.

 

Can you think of any other holy books from other religions?  How are they looked after?

 

Your task:

Using the outline below, design and decorate the outside of a new, special book.  Underneath, write a sentence (or two, or three) of why your book is special and how you would look after it.

Friday: RSE Lesson

This week we are going to think about jobs and what you might like to do in the future.  Work through the powerpoint and complete the activities when prompted.

 

The first activity is a game and would be good to play with someone else.

 

Remember - you can be anything you want to be and maybe your job hasn't even been invented yet!  Dream BIG!

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