There are 5 stories
with questions – please answer all questions in full sentences in your reading
Make sure you answer all 4 questions for each one.
Crazy Creative Challenges can be completed if you finish everything else.
Please write answers in Reading Tab for Week 6 Wednesday.
Copy and paste the below activity into your OneNote.
text in the box below are too simple/incomplete! They need more detail to help
the reader successfully achieve the goal.
Fill in the blanks and up-level these 2 procedurals so that they include
You may need to add more steps to the method!
How to Make a Sandcastle |
Goal: How to make a sandcastle. Equipment: bucket spade sand shells
Method: 1. Fill the bucket with sand.
3. Decorate your sandcastle. Conclusion:
How to Play ‘Piggy in the Middle’ |
Goal: How to keep the ball off the ‘piggy’. Equipment: A ball Method
1. Choose a ‘piggy’.
2. Place the ‘piggy’ between two other players.
3. Keep the ball away from the piggy. Conclusion:
The below persuasive on ‘Making a Parachute’ is all mixed up!
Copy the below text and sort it into the correct order using the template below, remembering what should be included in each part of the procedural structure. Don’t forget to number each step! We have done the first one for you.
How to Make a Parachute
- Modelling clay
- Cotton thread
Cut a small hole in the middle of the plastic square to let the air rush out when flying
Make your very own parachute!
Test the parachute by gently throwing it high into the air
- Plastic bag
Begin by using the scissors to cut a 20cm square from the plastic bag
Now you have a fantastic parachute!
Carefully attach cotton thread to each corner of the plastic square
Tie the loose ends of the cotton thread securely around the modelling clay weight
|Goal (How to)|
In Tomorrow’s lesson you will write your entire procedural piece!
Below is a jumbled
procedural text about how to Build a Snowman. Re-arrange it into the correct
order and highlight the different sections in the colours stated.
Remember to include all subtitles and number steps.
Orange – Title
Blue – Goal
Red – Materials/Equipment/Ingredients
Green – Method containing steps in order
Purple – Conclusion
Now you have a snowman that should stand on its own.
To build a freestanding snowman.
Decorate the snowman with old clothing.
Old clothing (hat, scarf, gloves)
Carefully add a twig to each side of the body to create arms.
How to Build a Snowman
Use the pebbles to make eyes and a mouth. Add the carrot to make a
Roll a large snowball for the body and a smaller one for the head.
To solve equivalent number sentences involving addition and subtraction.
I know that both sides of a balanced equation need to be the same.
I can find out what the equation needs to equal.
I can use the inverse operation to find a missing number.