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14.01.21

MATHS- Carrying on with our work reading weighing scales, today's work you will have to read how many kg's and g's there are. You will also be comparing the different amounts, stating which is the heaviest and which is the lightest. Finally, you will need to order the different amounts.

GUIDED READING- Complete the final activity of the week. Question's activity- You need to decide whether the question is inference or literal and then copy it into the correct section. Character's activity- You need to write what you know about the characters, what you would like to know and what you think about the characters (inference). Picture activity- Make inference and literal statements about both pictures.

WRITING- You now have a bank of facts on Yellowstone, four questions and two sentences with speech! Today you are going to write your leaflet, you can decide whether to use the template below or design your own layout. Don't forget to include pictures and make it colourful! I have also attached a vocab bank which you can use, it has lots of interesting adjectives that you could describe Yellowstone with.

If you missed the live input where we collected lots of facts on Yellowstone don't worry. Underneath there is a list of facts about Yellowstone that you can use in your leaflet.

 

1. Yellowstone National Park covers an area of over 3,972 square miles

2. It is home to one of the largest lakes in North America.

3. Around four million people visit the park every year.

4. The park opened in 1872.

5. There is lots of wildlife within the park including bears, wolves and moose.

6. There are 290 waterfalls.

7. 80% of the park is made up of forest.

8. Yellowstone is the world's first national park.

9. There are over 60 species of mammals in the park.

10. The park is famous for it's geysers and hot springs.

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