Here’s a video I found about this week’s topic: space.
It’s one small step for toys, and one giant leap for toy-kind!
If you were watching the launch of the Space X Demo-2 mission closely, you might have spotted something a little unusual floating with the astronauts…
That’s right it’s a toy dinosaur!
Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley both have kids who are big dinosaur fans, so the two astro-dads picked Tremor, a sparkly Apatosaurus, to take on their mission with them.
“That was a super cool thing for us to get a chance to do for both of our sons who I hope are super excited to see their toys floating around with us on board,” Bob said during an tour of the capsule in orbit.
Most of you are on Google Classroom now which is great! If you’re not, ask your adult to help you get on! There’s lots of work and conversations happening over there!
Take a look at this website. It’s full of live cams of animals all over the world.
Look at this brilliant piece of research about David Attenborough, completed by one of our very talented class members!
Some exciting Harry Potter content:
JK Rowling has created this website as a way to entertain children through all of this. There are word searches and quizzes etc.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone has also been made available on Audible for free.
It’s sad we didn’t get to finish Harry Potter together as a class, but you can all access it following the link and we can discuss our opinions on the blog!
Can you write a book review once you’ve finished? Post it in the comments.
Just a little reminder to log onto your gmail and join our google classroom 🙂
There’s a quiz waiting over there, and the option to post on our class stream!
5GD, you’ve been sent a link to your gmail to join our class on google classroom.
Here, I have sent you a little quiz to complete to see how well you all access Google Classroom! This could be a really useful tool for us in the future.
Login to your school emails and i’ll see you there!