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1. What time of day is it when the story takes place? (1 mark)

2. Give two reasons from the text why most of the other animals in the story had gone north (2 marks)


3. What does the word content mean in the final line of the text? (1 mark)

4. What is the main message of this text? Tick one box. (1 mark)

Don’t be greedy, or you might end up with nothing.


Lions are not as smart as people think they are.


Lions should move north with other animals.


Never chase an antelope instead of a hare.



5. At the beginning of the story, why do you think that the lion is described as being the king of all he saw?
Mention two reasons, using evidence from the rest of the story to explain your answer. (3 marks)



Today, you are going to write the build-up for your story.  This is part of the build-up from the model….


in your build-up, you need to include:

  • Setting up and starting to play the game.
  • Things start to go wrong.  The players notice that something strange is happening.
  • There are a few small things go wrong when the players take their turns.
  • You need to create tension in your story and show that the characters in your story are really beginning to panic.  Remember to ‘SHOW NOT TELL’ – how can you let the reader know that a character is scared?
  • Now write your build-up and make it exciting for the reader.





Group 1:


Complete the following:

1. 27 ÷ 2 =             5.  219 ÷ 6 =

2. 64 ÷ 3 =             6.  304 ÷ 7 =

3. 78 ÷ 5 =             7.  386 ÷ 4 =

4. 138 ÷ 4 =           8.  527 ÷ 8 =


Groups 2, 3 and 4:


Convert the following fractions to percentages

¼, ½, ¾, 1/5, 2/5, 4/5, 1/8, 6/20

Create your finished tourist poster.  You can either use word to create your poster and upload it to the assignments or you can draw it on paper and take a photo to upload.


Here is an example (but this poster is about Italy - remember yours is about Chichen Itza):




The main invertebrate groups are:


Write down these 5 groups as headings. Find examples of creatures that belong to each of these groups. 

Write or draw them under the correct headings.




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