I would like you to use google, the C2K Newsdesk link and the suggested websites below to help you to research water and find 5 interesting facts about water. Try to find facts which you think other people will find interesting to read. Try not to copy exactly from the site - try to rewrite using some of your own words. Long, juicy facts please.
Access MySchool using the link provided.
Log-in using your normal computer log in details (hopefully you can remember it)
Click on Mylinks - C2K Newsdesk
Click on the 'Go to Newsdesk' purple box
Click on factfiles
Choose factfile on water
A photo of what this looks like will be on SeeSaw
The Water Cycle
Following the quick research you did last week on key words, we are now going to look further at the actual water cycle and what happens within it. In your pack you should find a colourful copy of the water cycle to look at and follow as you find out more.
Use the Water Cycle diagram PPT to help learn from and colour in the water cycle in your pack.
Then watch the video which explains the water cycle in full and look at the PPT which takes you through each step to recap on what you have watched. Both of these resources can be used to help you fill in the missing words from the text in your task today. There is also a word bank on the page to give you a helping hand.
Water Cycle Art
Now it is time to have a little fun with the water cycle. I want you to use all the knowledge you gained on Tuesday to help you make your own water cycle as part of your art activity today.
Follow the clear steps given on the first page labelled 'Water Cycle Wheel' -
1. Colour the diagram
2. Cut out the 2 parts marked (ask an adult if you need help at this point)
3. Now go to your 2nd page
On the 2nd page follow the simple steps given -
1. Colour the water droplets blue
2. Cut out the circle
3. Place the circle behind your 1st page
4. Put a paper fastener (split pin) through both
5. Turn your wheel to see the water cycle.
When you are finished you can use the PPT below to find out more about the water cycle.