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Our Local Area

Over the next few weeks, our home learning will be about researching and exploring our local area.

We will find out about where we live and what kind of things are here.

Week Beginning 29th June

Now that you have spent some time looking at your local area and investigating what makes it special, it is time to compare it with another area. We will be comparing our local area of Croxteth Park with an area in Korea called PyeongChang. Use the internet to research PyeongChang and complete the activity to compare the two areas. 

Week Beginning 22nd June

This week your Geography task is to 'Investigate Your Area'. Using the work below, answer the questions about the location you have chosen. You should be able to complete this work independently, when choosing a place you are familiar with.

Week Beginning 15th June

As a start to our new topic, this week it is your job to research a little about your local area. Use the page below (resources) to write down what you find out. Upload to PurpleMash when you are finished. Think about these questions.

  • Where do you live?
  • Do you know your address? How do you write it? (Please do not share this online/Purple Mash)
  • How long have you lived there?
  • Find out 5 new facts about the area you live in.
  • What kind of things does your local area have that make people want to live there?

Week Beginning 15th June: Resources

Week Beginning 18/05/20

Using a template similar to the one above, we would like you to create your own timeline based on our topic of The Beatles. You can choose what you create your timeline about, but here are some ideas:

  • A timeline of songs by The Beatles and when they were released
  • A timeline of the career of The Beatles
  • A timeline of the birth/life of one of The Beatles

Continents & Oceans

We have been learning about the 7 continents and 5 oceans of the world in our recent Geography topic. Here are some good activities you could try!

Messy Maps

Make a messy map of the continents using art materials or play dough! Messy maps are a fun way to incorporate fine motor skills, geography and art! Perhaps even make the playdough by following a recipe to cook it yourself! smiley

Seven Continents Song

We're sure you've heard this a MILLION times before as we have, but this is a catchy song for our current topic!
A song to help kids learn the 7 continents in order from largest to smallest.

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