Robin Hood – Would you be a good outlaw?

Errol-Flynn-Robin-HoodThe Legend of Robin Hood

As you are now more familiar with the story of ‘ Robin Hood’, I would like you to think about why he is such a popular character and why he is idolised by many people.

Please use your Reciprocal Reading text and the following video to answer the following questions.

  1. Describe Robin Hood using as many adjectives as possible.
  2. Who did Robin Hood inspire and why?
  3. Do you think you would be a good outlaw? Why?

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Father’s Days Products

Father’s Day Products

PackagingYear 4 have been creating an edible product for Father’s Day. We have decided to make a cupcake as this will help consolidate our knowledge our solids, liquids and gases. We have looked at a variety of packaging and decided which one is most suited to our task.

 

Can you tell me which theme you have decided to use and give one reason for your choice?

 

The Queen’s Problem

The Queens Hat

Problem

  1. Where does your hat land? (Name one landmark)
  2. Describe the landmark using a range of adjectives.
  3. Why is it difficult to reach the hat on this part of the landmark?
  4. Who will rescue the hat?
  5. Describe the person who rescues your hat using a range of adjectives.
  6. How will the hat be rescued?
  7. Is the first attempt to rescue the hat successful? Why or why not?