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Week 5 Topic Activities

This week in topic activities there are lots of activities, with an opportunity to make your own science experiment or even try and make a lego or minecraft garden! We have also included another history lesson from the BBC about Dr Martin Luther King and some more art activities. We hope you have a go at some of them and enjoy doing them. Have a great week !
For the above experiment you don't need to print out the flowers or the puppet, you can just make your own on paper...

Our History lesson this week is learning about Dr Martin Luther King and his epic fight for equal rights over 60 years ago. 

 

How To Draw a Beehive

Make a poster to tell us all about bee hives

Some facts about beehives

Have a go at  this minibeast  wordsearch then you can try making your own minibeast wordsearch and challenge someone at home to solve it! You can make one online with the link below or on squared paper following the instructions. Have fun!

To make your wordsearch on paper-

1. Write down the list of words you want to put in it

2. Make sure you check the spelling.

3. Write them on the squared grid going horizontally, vertically and diagonally.

4. Fill in all the other squares with letters.

5. Ask someone to solve it!

Your challenge this week if you wish to accept is to make either a lego or minecraft garden. Think about all the things you would like to see in your perfect garden and don't forget places for the minibeasts to live please! We would love to see some pictures of these too so send them in when you have finished!

(Have a look at Annie's garden in the video section to get some ideas)

 

                              

 

FAO parents- Minecraft has been rated as suitable for 7+ depending on which version of the game children are playing. The Creative mode can be played by young children but make sure the peaceful mode is turned on to start creating!

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