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Friday 10th July

 

Continue watching The Lego Story from yesterday:

The LEGO® Story

As The LEGO Group celebrates its 80th Birthday, we take a look back at its history with this short animated film. Find out more here, http://www.facebook.com...

Pause the film at these key points and write notes about Godtfred Kirk Christiansen and how Lego developed.

11:32 mins

12:28 mins

15:00 mins

Using your notes to help you, create either a poster or a page to go in an information book or on a website – all about The Lego Story. Imagine the poster or book will be for children who are the same age as you, or younger, so try to make it as interesting and easy to follow as possible!

 

Remember to include:

- heading (e.g. All About Lego)

- sub-headings (e.g. How did Lego get its name? Who was Ole Kirk Kristianson?)

- labelled picture/ diagram of a Lego brick/other toys

- amazing fact(s) to surprise your reader.

Alternatively, you may wish to organise your writing using a timeline structure like the example read yesterday:

Keep reading over your writing to check it makes sense. Remember to check for your spellings and punctuation.

Colour your picture/diagram/ timelines and titles to make your page as bright and interesting as possible. If you can, post it to your teacher so they can share your poster/information page/timeline with the rest of the class!

 

 

 Select your favourite from all the films you have watched this week, including the ones above. Write a film review to share with other children in your class.

Your film review may include:

- Title and film maker

- Overview of the plot/story and characters

- Favourite part – favourite (or least favourite) scene

- Star rating out of 10

- Recommendation – would you recommend it or watch it again? Why?

Watch The Kid Reviews: The Lego Movie to help before you write your own film review:

The Kid Reviews : The Lego Movie

The pilot episode of The Kid Reviews, where 9-year-old Ash Williams reviews The Lego Movie with his unique perspective. We're still working out the kinks, tr...

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