You can follow the link to Oddizzi here.
Use the username and password provided in the orange pack we sent home.
The tasks will be updated weekly as Oddizzi send out new resources.
You can still explore the world while sat at home.
Week 1: World Explorer pack - Places looks at Map skills and explores the world with a focus on Africa. How well do you know the continents and oceans?
Week 2: World Explorer pack - Physical Features looks at the earth's plates and investigates mountains, earthquakes and volcanoes.
Week 3: World Explorer pack - Weather and Climate looks at lines of latitude, different climate zones and hurricanes.
Week 4: World Explorer Pack - Country Close Up looks at Brazil, its continent and the countries surrounding it. It looks closely at its geography, culture and compares it to where we live.
Week 5: World Explorer Pack - Food and Farming looks at food and farming across the globe and compliments the work we did in fairtrade week.
Week 6: World Explorer Pack - Global Knowledge looks at facts around the world with a focus on the Mediterranean.
Week 7: World Explorer Pack - Places looks at Europe, South America and Oceania in more detail.
Week 8: World Explorer Pack - Physical Features looks at all things to do with rivers and has an in-depth look at the Amazon River.
Week 9: World Explorer Pack - Weather and Climate looks at climate zones around the world.
Week 10: World Explorer Pack - Country Close Up looks at the different countries in Europe. Learn all about the Olympic Games in the reading section of the pack.
Week 11: World Explorer Pack – Food and Farming looks at the different ways food is produced around the world. Read all about palm oil and the impact its production has on the environment.
There are online activities available through logging in to Oddizzi as well as activities you can complete in your Home Learning Journal.
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Here you will find some fantastic workshops by Dig Schools. Each workshop will come with a presentation video to guide workshop leads through the activity, a workbook and teacher guidance document, plus a short intro video from Professor Carenza Lewis, additional support material and activities where appropriate.
Click here to read through the introduction for Dig Schools.