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500 birds make a lot of mess! Use Deborah Herridge’s Roald Dahl-inspired lesson to look at forces and pattern seeking.
Poor James Trotter. Beginning with the ‘unstoppable’ charging rhinoceros that killed his parents, our hero has been at the mercy of forces throughout Roald Dahl’s story of transatlantic adventure.
Perhaps it’s about time James started to take control, harness the effects of forces and wreak his revenge on the cruel Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker.
In this lesson, and with a little help from the seagulls, children will investigate forces in an enquiry that is perfect for Roald Dahl Day and will have all repulsive aunties running for cover!
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