Who Am I?
I am learning to use the facts I have collected about a mini beast to create a ‘Who Am I?’
I know I can do it when I have come up with and recorded ‘Who Am I?’ questions about my mini beast.
This term we have been learning a lot about mini beasts. Using some of the knowledge that you have gained, you are going to play a game today.
Watch the video below, it has a lot of “What/Who Am I?” questions about mini beasts. Use your knowledge to see if you can guess which mini beasts they are!
Using the facts that you collected yesterday about your chosen mini beast, make your own ‘Who Am I?’ quiz.
Include at least 3-5 clues based around the facts you discovered.
Use the example below to guide you.
You may like to bring your ‘Who Am I?’ questions to school on Thursday to share with your class.
Will we be able to guess the mini beast from your clues?
I am learning to research and record facts about a mini beast of my choice.
I know I can do it when I have recorded 5-10 facts about a mini beast of my choice.
We are learning all about Mini Beasts this term.
The picture above, is a collection of some mini beasts that you might see around your backyard, garden, or playground. Have you spotted any of these before?
Using the image above, choose one mini beast that you would like to know more about.
Use research tools such as Google, books, and YouTube to find out facts about your chosen mini beast.
Write down at least 5-10 facts about your mini beasts in your lined book.
You will need these facts for tomorrow’s Literacy task.
I am learning to identify facts in the texts that I read, watch and listen to.
I know I can do it when I can confidently identify a fact from the things I see and hear.
Yesterday we learnt about the difference between a FACT and an OPINION. Today we will be viewing an informative text and identifying some FACTS.
This video is an example of an informative text. It tells us FACTS about animals.
Watch the video below more than once ↓↓↓
After watching the video above, record your 5 favourite FACTS in your lined book.
Make sure they are FACTS and not OPINIONS.
Once you have written your 5 FACTS about animals, write 5 OPINIONS about the same animals.
Cats are mammals because they have fur. – FACT.
Cats are so cute and fluffy! – OPINION