Today's task again looks at things from the perspective of different characters. Your challenge is to choose one of the characters, and describe the setting of the beginning of the film from their perspective. Again, think about using your senses to describe the scene, but also think about the emotions of the character, and how they feel about their surroundings.
There's also a fun bonus challenge!
Week 5 - Thursday 4th February
Today's task continues from yesterday's story. Think about the story from the perspective of each character - you can use the emotions sheet from yesterday to help you.
Keeping with our recent theme of fantasy settings, today's task is to complete two activities from the Pobble 'Velocidad'.
We would like you to have a go at either 'Sentence Challenge' or 'Sick Sentences', and then take on the story starter.
Feel free to attempt the other activities if you wish.
Today you have two tasks!
Task one is to share the writing you completed last week! Enjoy it and be proud of it. Here are some ideas you may wish to try:
Your second task is to have a go at the SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) Mat below. As usual, have a look through and choose your challenge level. Try to choose the mat which isn't too easy, but isn't too difficult. Remember, you need to challenge yourself, and your brain - but if it's so difficult that you can't do it, you won't learn as much.
Check the document to tick the things you have included in your story.
If you have missed anything, you can edit it or re-write the paragraph.
Today it's time to start writing!
Here are some guides to help you:
It's time to start planning!
Today, your task is to start fleshing out the bare bones of your story into an actual plan. Remember to:
You could also:
Today it's time to start thinking about writing our own story!
Today's task is to create a menu for a goblin birthday party. Try to set your menu up like a real menu, with different courses and possibly different options to choose between.
Can you make your menu choices sound more interesting by adding rhyming foods, or alliteration? Similes and metaphors could also entice your guests to eat your food.
All of the foods in the example relate well to the Tree Goblins - if you've created a new type of goblin, how could you make your food sound like something they would eat?
As an optional task for later, you could go out foraging for nettles and make your own edible goblin recipe!
Your task today is to create your own poem, based on the poem 'Six Things Found in a Hobbit's Knapsack'.
As an extra challenge, you could have a go at creating a shoe box or flower pot world for your goblin to live in!
Today's activity is a drawing task!
Your task today is to invent different types of goblin!
Cool - create 2 types of goblin with key facts
Warm - create 3 types of goblin
Boiling - try to use a different conjunction in each key fact about each goblin!
Today, you have a list of WOW words you can learn. Go through them and write a sentence.
Cool - 5 sentences
Warm - 8 sentences
Boiling - 12 sentences
Today you have to make a comic.
You have few sentences at the bottom of the document, place them in the correct box and draw a picture.
Warm task is to open the document and complete it.
Boiling task is to create your own comic based on the story using speech bubbles.
Today, you need to become a text detective. Treerumple is struggling to find the answers and needs your help. Find the clues in the text and write the answers.
Don't forget the capital letters at the beginning of the sentences!!!
Following the text from yesterday, today we are going to complete a quiz.
Read the story again and answer the 6 questions that Treerumple has prepared for you.
Today's activity is about a reading book, "The Impossibly possible Bookshop".
Read the story and complete the activity at the end. You can also listen to the story by clicking on the link provided just before the story starts.