Today, we are going to focus in on one small group of Angles who have crossed the North Sea and sailed up the River Humber to find a place to settle.
What will they need? Where is the best place for them to make their settlement? What will their houses look like? These are all questions that you'll need to answer for the settlers.
LO: To be able to identify features of a good settlement site.
I can remember to:
- sort settlers’ needs by importance.
- give reasons why a site might be unsuitable for settlement.
- give reasons why a site might be useful as a settlement.
- explain how the land could be modified to make a good settlement.
Today's lesson has a few different parts. Watch my video first to understand what to do. Below my video are the resources that you'll need to do the main part of the lesson.
Once you have watched that, there are a few other videos at the bottom to give you an idea of what an Anglo-Saxon village might have looked like. Below that are the resources that you'll need to make your very own Anglo-Saxon house.
As an optional extra, I've also added a recipe for Anglo-Saxon oakcakes at the bottom. After all, you'll probably be hungry after making your new home!
Today is our last art lesson. I have LOVED putting together these art lessons and seeing the amazing peices of art that you have created! It has been really inspiring and has helped me work on projects with my family at home so I hope you have been able to do the same.
This week, we will be making landscape collages. Watch the video to start getting some ideas:
Happy Wednesday Year 3 and 4,
As tomorrow is World Book Day I thought we would base our PE today around a book.... The Kids World Record Book.
Below are different world records that children have completed. Have a look and see if you can beat them!!
Use your phone or ipad camera to scan the QR code where you can watch the challenges.
At the end you can then try to make your own challenge at home or with your friends.
Why dont you try making your own world record challenges? Here are a few ideas!
As it was World Book Day yesterday, it seemed only right that in today's lesson, we read a Spanish book together - enjoy!
Y4s, some of you may remember this story from last year - I hope you enjoy completing today's task!
Task: I would like you to draw a picture from the story and label the following things in Spanish.