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Slyne-With-Hest St Luke's Church of England Primary School

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Summer 2 Week 3 - WC 22/6/20

Hello everyone!


This week's theme is 'Space' and for this we have a few activities we would like you to have a go at. 


The first is to learn all about the life of a famous astronaut called Neil Armstrong and create a timeline of important parts of his life. The second is to imagine that you are an astronaut and to think about the sorts of skills and characteristics you might need be good for the job. We then want you to apply for the role of an astronaut and think about who else you would have on your team. Finally, you need to create a rocket to get you into space. Can you create your own space rocket and write some instructions for someone else to follow?


Thank you to everyone who has sent in pictures of work or replied to emails, we are glad that you are finding the work useful. If you haven't been in touch, please drop us a quick e-mail to say hello and we look forward to hearing from some more of you soon!

Enjoy the story Whatever Next by Jill Murphy. Have a go at retelling the story in your own words and then maybe you could try writing your own space adventure story.
Learn about a famous astronaut called Neil Armstrong and create a timeline for significant events in his life. 
This task is based on a job advert for a group of astronauts. Your challenge is to identify skills, qualities and characteristics that astronauts would need to spend 6 months in space. Obviously it is not easy for you to get together in a group at the moment, so try and think about the people you know, such as friends and family and discuss with your parents who you think would be good for a mission into space. You must then choose a person to represent each characteristic needed for the mission and fill in the application pack. Good luck!

With an adult, watch the weblink and have a go at making your own rocket. Once your rocket is complete, talk about how you made it using sequencing words such as: first, next, then, finally, verbs (doing words) such as: cut, stick, glue, tape, put etc and adverbs (describes an action) like: carefully, slowly, gently, quickly etc. Remember to retell the instructions in the correct order!


Next write down your instructions in full sentences for someone else to follow. Make sure they are in the correct order using the words discussed previously. Include a ‘what you need’ section at the top of the page and make sure you number each instruction. You could add diagrams or even video yourself making the rocket to go with your instructions too! Check for capital letters and full stops. Read through the instructions to check that they make sense before giving them to someone to follow.