Gutentag, Bonne Journee, Buen Dia*
I hope you've all had a lovely weekend and are ready for another fun week of learning. Salma, Clare and I have got lots of fun activities planned for you guys to do at home and at school.
Read this national geographic article about the Suffragettes and have a go at answering the questions below:
1. Who said that the fight for women's rights was a 'mad, wicked folly'? Why do you think they said that?
2. What is the difference between the Suffragists and the Suffragettes?
3. How did Emily Wilding Davidson die? What is it believed she was trying to do?
4. What impact did World War 1 have on women's lives in the UK?
5. How would our lives be different today if it wasn't for the Suffrage movement?
Here are the first 5 clues. Please let us know your answers on purple mash so we can get Clare out ASAP!
We will solve the other 5 clues tomorrow. Barbara is planning on cleaning out the shed on Wednesday and we have to get Clare out before then or else we will be in DEEP, DEEP TROUBLE.
The Suffragettes wore green, white and purple rosettes to let everybody know what they stood for. Can you have a go at making one? Here is a YouTube tutorial showing you how:
You will need:
Paper (green, white and purple)
Prittstick or double sided tape.
You could also make up a catchy slogan to write in the middle!
Auf Wiedersehen! Au Revoir! Adios!
Have a wonderful day Year 6. Well done for working hard and keeping up with your school work.
Before I go, here is an update on the Tennis Ball Challenge from Salma.... Let us know how you get on with it at home!