Week 10 - 22.06.20
This week we are learning all about the continent, Asia. Use your map to see if you can spot it!
Asia is the largest continent on Earth. It is made up of 48 countries which include three of the countries we are going to find out about this week - China, Japan and India.
Watch this video to learn a little bit about Asia:
Now let's find out about a traditional Chinese celebration - The Chinese New Year. Click on the powerpoint link below to see what it is all about and then have a go at making either a paper lantern or a Chinese dragon (you can choose from either of the dragon sheets below)!
Today we are going to learn about another Asian country, Japan! Click on the powerpoint link below to find out some information, then have a go at researching some facts about Japan to complete the fact file sheet.
Now let's learn some Japanese...Can you have a go at saying these phrases in Japanese?
Listen to this song and then learn how to count in Japanese...
Today we are going to learn about another Asian country - India. Click on the powerpoint link below to find out some information about India, then complete the fact file sheet.
Now we are going to learn about some traditional Indian celebrations and cultures - Diwali and Rangoli. Click on the powerpoint links below to find out more. Then have a go at making your own Rangoli hand design using the activity sheet template (or you could draw around your own hand on some paper, cut it out and decorate it).
Here are some pictures to help you get some ideas:
Today we are going to learn about some Asian landmarks.
Can you remember any of the landmarks you saw when we visited London? What about when we did our Ipswich tour?
Here are some landmarks you would find in different countries in Asia:
Now can you have a go at drawing an Asian landmark - The Taj Mahal...
Download the Pobble activity sheet below and complete the activities.