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Thursday 5th January


Morning Yoga stretches with Kassandra



Great job on yesterday Police Detectives!

First, we must write down what we remembered from yesterday's crime scene. Feel free to look at yesterday's video once again and photo's posted towards the bottom of the page.

Then, draw the crime scene from a bird's eye view.

Please look at page 1 in your booklets for this.

Word has got out about our fantastic work and we have received further evidence from Detective Wiesner.

Please watch the video where we look at the evidence. Use your inference skills to write down what you think the evidence means on page 2 of your evidence file.

Good luck detectives!


Numeracy - Factor Pairs

Discover factors in numbers.

Factors are numbers that times or divide into another number.

For example, the number 6 has the factors 1, 2, 3 and 6. Because 1 x 6, 6x1, 2x3 and 3x2 all equal 6.

For more on factors, please click this link: 

Please complete the worksheet below.



ART Skill: Collect information, sketches and resources

As you know, beneath our feet isn’t just soil and rocks; there’s fossils underground too. To inspire our art work, let’s make sure we understand what fossils are and how they form as well as meet a famous fossil hunter.

1.     Load up the Mary Anning Powerpoint below, complete the quiz at the end

2.     Now look at the different body fossil examples. Which one did you find the most interesting and why?

3.     Check out

Have a go at drawing some and labelling the creature inside.


Outdoor Learning activities

Can you get outside and make some wild art?

Experiment with natural materials to make your own picture.


Who can make a dinosaur or ammonite?

Photographic Evidence of the crime scene