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Y6 Remote Education Wider Curriculum 15/3

Date: 11th Mar 2021 @ 1:28pm


LO: To explain the stages of the water cycle

Topic Vocab: 

  • Evaporation
  • Condensation
  • Precipitation
  • Surface Run off

Watch does this song help you remember the different stages of the water cycle? 


Task: Imagine you were a raindrop, just floating in a cloud one day – then you find yourself falling 2km to the ground, at speeds of up to 40mph!

  • What form of precipitation are you?
  • What do you see?
  • How do you feel?
  • What happens next?

Use the water cycle diagram to make notes on what would happen to you as a rain drop. Then have a go at writing a diary entry. If it helps, call yourself Ryan or Rene...


Today we are talking about loss that can cause grief. We aim to understand that there are different types of grief and to be able to recognise those feelings and how to deal with them.

Task 1 - look at grief cards and place them in an order from easy to deal with to very difficult. There are no right or wrong answers.

Task 2- on each card write down feelings that somebody might experience during this loss

Loss leads to feelings of grief. We can all go through feelings of grief when we have change or loss in our lives. 

There are four main stages of grief (see cards) and it is normal to have these feelings. It is a process and people need time to adapt to each stage. Some people even move backwards stages before they move forwards again. This is ok and normal. Everybody experiences grief in different ways and take different times to adapt depending on who they are and the loss or change they have faced. 


Task 3 From the scenario cards, pick one of two children and try to identify the different stages of grief they feel/felt. 

End thought - everybody suffers from grief after a loss or change. There are four main stages of grief but people's grief will look different and last for different amounts of time. This is normal and OK.



Remember to try and be active for at least an hour everyday. Even if you are isolating you can play in your garden, look at workout videos on the internet... there are 2 PE challenges attached to the blog if you're struggling for ideas. 


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