I am learning to be kind to others
I know I can do it when I can recognise an opportunity to be kind to others
RANDOM ACT OF KINDNESS DAY!
Today you’re going to do a random act of kindness for someone.
This means being kind to someone for no particular reason.
Write or draw a plan of what you want to do.
Complete the random act of kindness.
Once you’ve completed the random act of kindness write down how it made you feel.
Here is a great clip to get you motivated:
Mini Beasts – Life Cycles
I am learning that different mini beasts have different stages of life.
I know I can do it when I research the life cycle of my favourite mini beast.
Last term we learned about the life cycle of plants. Plants are not the only living things that follow a clear life cycle. Mini beasts follow a life cycle as well!
Watch the video below to learn all about the life cycle of a frog.
Your task today is to choose a mini beast and research their life cycle! You will need to learn about the different stages of your mini beast’s life and then present their life cycle in a poster.
Make sure to include the following on your poster:
- The name of the mini beast that you are researching.
- A picture or drawing to show each stage of your mini beast’s life cycle
- A sentence or two at the bottom that mentions the different stages of your mini beast’s life cycle.
- Lots of colour.
Your poster might look something like this:
You could include some sentences at the bottom such as:
Adult frogs lay eggs.
The eggs hatch and out swim the tadpoles.
Tadpoles grow legs and turn into froglets.
Froglets lose their tails and become adult frogs.
Some mini beasts that you could research might be:
- Praying Mantises
- Stick insects
- Or any others that you can think of!