In Geography, children use maps, compasses and fieldwork skills to locate Wally in the UK and explore topography.
In D&T, children find out about how different foods are grown, reared, caught and processed in UK.
In Science, children find out about physical processes (water cycle) and states of matter.
In English, children will write a non chronological report on various cities in the UK and write a series of informal texts detailing Wally's journal around the UK. (Diary entries, emails, postcards and letters)
The children will also write an explanation text about the water cycle.
If possible, children will also write a set of instructions for a recipe.
Children will read 'A Walk in London' and 'Belonging' from Power of Reading
Children use the stimulus of the Where’s Wally? books to learn about the countries, capitals and human / physical features of the UK. They track Wally as he travels around the country and use this to write a promotional leaflet or a travel blog for a capital city.
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