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 Year 6 will be eligible to return to school - starting on Thursday 4th June. 

For distance learning on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (1st-3rd June) Year 6 should follow the Distance Learning for Juniors.

All Year 5 pupils and any Year 6 pupil who is not returning to school, should continue to follow the distance learning for Juniors.

No further learning will be added to this page unless we are instructed by the Government to close again.

In the event of self-isolation of the Year 6 bubble, and they are well enough to learn, they should continue with the distance learning for Juniors.

 

Friday 22nd May 2020

 

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Project Task

 

 

 

My Maths Task:

 Log on to find out what today's task is!

 

Project Task

 

Continue on with your outcome task! We have given you two sessions to do this today as we are expecting the highest of standards! We are really looking forward to seeing them by the end of the day today!

Thursday 21st  May 2020

 

 

Today you have 4 tasks:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Project Task
  • Spelling Task

 

 

 

There will be no need to send me any work through today (obviously any questions or queries are absolutely fine!) as I can access My Maths to see who has completed their work and mark and assess your work from there! I look forward to receiving your completed project work on Friday by the end of the day!

 

 

My Maths Task:

I have been really impressed with your approach to My Maths so far and i think everyone is now able to log on! I'm also pleased with how many of you have let us know that you are 'Loving My Maths!'. Log on to find out what today's task is!

Project Task

 

Continue on with your outcome task!

 

 

Spelling Task:

Year 5

Today we will be exploring how to convert nouns or adjectives into verbs using the Suffix -en

Work through the powerpoint and complete the activities given.

Year 6

This week, we are looking at words ending in –ible.

Work through the powerpoint and complete the activities given.

Wednesday 20th May 2020

 

Today you have 4 tasks:

  • PE task – Exercise of your choice
  • My Maths Task
  • Project Task
  • Spanish

 

My Maths Task:

I have been really impressed with your approach to My Maths so far and i think everyone is now able to log on! I'm also pleased with how many of you have let myself and Mrs Hagan know that you are 'Loving My Maths!'. Log on to find out what today's task is!

 

 

Project Task – Begin your writing!

Over the next few sessions, you are going to work on our learning value of independence and creating your final piece of writing/ recording/speech with the title: Protect the Rainforest of Peru!! On Friday, Mrs Hagan would like you to email her with your completed work – either video clip, sound clip, or document (photos and screenshots as usual are fine!)

Remember, even if you are going to record your speech or video, you will need to ensure that you have written your work out first as a script for you to follow. This will ensure that you have all of your writing skills included.

Mrs Hagan and Mrs Wheatland will be assessing your geographical knowledge and your writing skills against the Year 5 and 6 expectations as always!

 

Suggested timetable –

  • Wednesday – begin writing (introduction and first few paragraphs – spend 15 mins at the end editing and improving what you have written)
  • Thursday – continue your writing (last few paragraphs – spend 15 mins at the end editing and improving what you have written)
  • Friday (2 sessions) – finish writing, editing and improving. Write up or record your final version to send to your teachers!

Tuesday 19th May 2020

 

 

Today you have 3 tasks to complete:

  • PE task – Exercise of your choice
  • Maths Task
  • Project task
  • RE task

 

 

My Maths Task

I was really impressed with the work completed on My Maths yesterday - well done! Please complete todays task which is on there. Remember, if you finish your task and have time left, please go onto TT Rockstars!

Project Task

Over the last few weeks, we have been learning about persuasive writing and persuasive techniques and how and why we need to protect the Rainforests.

For the remainder of this week you will be working towards a final outcome for our project Protect Peru!

By Friday, you will have created either a recorded speech, a video address, a written report for a text book or a leaflet (or if you can think of anything else…. Run it by Mrs Hagan and Mrs Wheatland in an email and we will let you know if it allows enough room for showing off your geographical knowledge and writing skills!)

Keep that in mind, so you know what you are working towards BUT don’t start working on it just yet… today is a planning task. Planning is an extremely important part of writing – especially in Year 5 and 6. It may not be the most exciting or interesting part of the process but it is vital and must not be missed out! As it is so important, please email your plan to Mrs Wheatland so that she can check you are on the right track for your final outcome piece. You will only receive individual feedback on this if there is something that Mrs Wheatland needs to tell you about! If you don’t receive an email, please don’t worry – assume it is a 3 tick on your learning objective!

Task:

Create a plan for a piece of writing/ recording/ speech with the title: Protect the Rainforest of Peru! (you can change this if you can be more creative!)

Your plan is yours to design, although I will attach a template below for those who would like to use mine. Make sure you have all of the information listed below in your plan:

  • Introduction – what are you talking/ writing about and why
  • Where is Peru? Information about the Rainforests of Peru (animals, plants, people, tourism) Why do we need to protect them? Why are they threatened?
  • What is deforestation?
  • Negative impact of deforestation on the Rainforest
  • What can we do to help?
  • Conclusion

Year 6 – if you are feeling particularly inspired… can you include another opinion of deforestation too?

RE task:

Monday 18th May 2020

 

 

Today you have 4 tasks to complete:

  • PE task – Daily exercise of your choice
  • My Maths Task
  • Project Task
  • RE

 

My Maths Task

Last week you were all sent an individual My Maths login and password. This week your Maths tasks will be set on here. Once you have completed these, I will login and see how you have got on. This is new for everyone, so if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask! Enjoy and have fun!

 

Project Task:

Peru is famous for its Rainforest, but their existence is threatened for many reasons. Last week we looked into these key issues!

Today, we are going to be recapping the effects of deforestation and what we can do to help protect the Rainforest.

 

Work through the powerpoint – your task is on the final slide!

 

RE

Please complete activity below.

Friday 15th   May 2020

 

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Comprehension
  • Art 

Please send Mrs Hagan your completed maths task. 

 

Maths Task:

 

Today, please use the mark sheet to mark your work. I would like you to use this as a self assessment tool. If you get all of the questions right (or make one or 2 mistakes), please give yourself 3 ticks and write a short phrase about how you found the task and why you think you were successful. If you get more than half right please give yourself 2 ticks, go back and do your corrections and write me a short phrase about where you went wrong or what you found tricky. If you get less than half right, please give yourself 1 tick, choose 3 to have a go at correcting and send your work in as usual.  Thank you! 

Year 6

Today you will be focusing onQuadrilaterals’. Please work through the document and complete.

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Temperature’. Please work through the document and complete.

 

 

Reading Comprehension 

 

Please read the text and answer the questions!

Art

 

Work through the powerpoint and complete the art tasks. If you really struggle to find any materials, please don't worry just have a go at the Artist Influences instead. If you manage to do the art task, you do not need to complete the Artist Influences sheet unless you would like to. 

 

Thursday 14th  May 2020

 

Today you have 4 tasks:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Project Task
  • Spelling Task

 

Please send you completed project task to Mrs Hagan - I look foward to seeing them!

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing onCircles’. Please work through the document and complete.

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Temperature’. Please work through the document and complete.

Project Task: Vanishing rainforest

Play the Rainforest song below. You will need to really listen to the words and think about the meaning.

 

http://www.teachertube.com/video/rainforest-song-141725

 

Once you have listened to the song ask answer the following questions.

 What does the song mean?

What is it about?

Why would someone write a song with these words?

 

Now look at the pictures of deforestation below.

What do you think these photos are?

Where do you think these photos were taken?

Why might they be different?

 

 They are two photos taken from space of the same place in the Amazon Rainforest, but 30 years apart. The 2nd photo shows the destruction of the forest.

 

Next, read ‘Cutting down Rainforests’ this sees deforestation in a positive way. There are always two sides to every story.

Task:

 We would like you to use the internet and books to research facts about deforestation both the good points and the negative points. We would like you to split your page in half and write ‘why deforestation should stop’ facts on one side, and ‘why deforestation should continue’ on the other side.

 

Spelling Task:

Year 5

Today we will be exploring how to convert nouns or adjectives into verbs using the Suffix -ify

Work through the powerpoint and complete the activities given.

 

 

Year 6

This week, we are looking at words ending in –ible and -able.

Work through the powerpoint and complete the activities given.

Wednesday 13th May 2020

 

Today you have 3 tasks:

  • PE task – Exercise of your choice
  • Maths Task
  • Project Task
  • Spanish Task

 

Please send your completed Maths and Project task to Mrs Wheatland via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘Ratio’. Please work through the document and complete.

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Written Subtraction’. Please work through the document and complete.

Project Task – Continued from yesterday

Please complete your Leaflet about saving the environment today and send it to Mrs Wheatland. Please remember to include correct punctuation and detailed information that you have gathered throughout the week. 

 

Spanish Task - Please sent to Mrs Wheatland so that it can be sent to Mrs Kerr

Tuesday 12th May 2020

 

Today you have 4 tasks to complete:

  • PE task – Daily Exercise of choice
  • Maths Task
  • English task
  • Art/Well Being

 

Please send your completed Wellbeing/Art and Project task to Mrs Wheatland via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘Ratio’. Please work through the document and complete.

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Written Subtraction’. Please work through the document and complete.

 

Project : Save the Environment

Yesterday we focused on climate change. Today we are focusing on ‘Saving the Environment’. We would like you to watch the video below and then answer the questions.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31XrAaH8YqI

 

  • What message is the video trying give out?
  • Can you explain the expression on the girl’s face at various points of the film?
  • What are the positive messages about the film?
  • Do you take part in any of these strategies to help the environment at home?
  •  

Task (This will take you todays project session AND tomorrows)

Using the information you gained from the video and the information from the document below ‘Top 10 tips for saving our environment’ we would like you to create a leaflet to ask others to help reduce the carbon footprint, and explain how this can be done. Think back to the persuasive devices you covered last week as you may want to include some of these.

 

Art/Wellbeing

Last week you embarked on an Art project called: ‘From My Back Door - Art From Nature’

There are many artists who are drawn to nature and use it as a source of inspiration. I would like you to use this inspiration to make a different piece of art work using nature as inspiration. Last weeks work was very creative and the use of colour was excellent, lets see what you come up with this week.

Again, attached are some examples of Art from nature that you may like to have a go at. You do not have to try all of these, just choose a few or create your own ideas.

Monday 11th May 2020

 

Today you have 4 tasks to complete:

  • PE task –
  • Maths Task
  • Project Task
  • RE

 

Please send your completed Maths task to  the email address provided by the end of the school day. Mrs Wheatland is in school tomorrow and Tuesday, so you may only receive a reply to your work  if there are any problems or developments which need to be made! Rest assured however, Mrs Wheatland and Mrs Hagan will be looking at all work and are continuously assessing your work.

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘Using equivalence to compare fractions’. Please work through the document and complete.

 

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Column Addition’. Please work through the document and complete.

Project Task:

Peru is famous for its Rainforest, but their existence is threatened for many reasons. This week we are going to be looking into these key issues!

First watch the video below and read the statements very carefully.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtjvwIhCucs 

 

Once you have watched the video, answer the following questions.

  • What is the video explaining to you?
  • How does it make you feel knowing what you know about Rainforests?
  • What is happening to the climate that deforestation is making worse?

Once you have answered these questions, please watch the 2nd video clip underneath. Then we would like you to complete the task below.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHrFBOUl6-8 

 

Your task:

Choose 3 of the cartoons in the document below and write down what message you think they are trying to give.

RE

Please complete activity below.

Thursday 7th  April 2020

 

Today you have 4 tasks:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • English Task
  • Spelling Task

 

Please send your completed Maths and English to Mrs Hagan via the usual email address! Remember, we do aim to get back to as many of you as possible with personalised feedback please rest assured Mrs Wheatland and I ARE marking all work that comes through! 

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing onVolume of cubes and Cuboids’. Please work through the document and complete.

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Short Division’. Please work through the document and complete.

 

 

English Task: Persuasive writing

 

Please complete the activity below  to continue with your learning on ‘Persuasive writing’.

 

 

Spelling Task: 

 

Year 6

Today, your task focuses on the rule: words that have long /o/ sound splet using 'ow' or 'ou' 

Work through the powerpoint, then complete the tasks.

Year 5:

 

This week we are looking at the rule: we are again looking at how nouns and adjectives can be changed into verbs using suffixes

 

Please go through the powerpoint and complete the activities below:

Wednesday 6th May 2020

 

Today you have 3 tasks:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Project Task

 

Please send your completed Maths and Explanation task to Mrs Wheatland via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

 Today you will be focusing on ‘ Scaling: Similar Shapes’. Please work through the document and complete. 

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Short Multiplication: Money’. Please work through the document and complete.

Project Activity – Persuasive writing

Please complete the activity below to continue with your learning on ‘Persuasive writing’.

Tuesday 5th May 2020

 

Today you have 4 tasks to complete:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • English task
  • Art/Well Being

 

Please send your completed Wellbeing /Art and Project task to Mrs Wheatland via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘Scale Factor Problems’. Please work through the document and complete.

Year 5

 Today you will be focusing on ‘Short Multiplication’. Please work through the document and complete. 

Project Task : Persuasive Writing

Over the next 2 week we will be focusing on ‘Persuasive writing’. 

Persuasive writing is used to convince readers to believe in an idea or opinion. It’s a form of non-fiction writing the writer uses to develop logical arguments, making use of carefully chosen words and phrases.

Reviews, advertisements and brochures are some examples of pieces of writing that use persuasion to influence readers.

Please complete the activities set over the next 3 days to develop your understanding of persuasive writing and develop the skill set you will need to write persuasively.

Art/Wellbeing

 

For the next 3 weeks we would like you to undertake an Art project called:From My Back Door - Art From Nature’

There are many artists who are drawn to nature and use it as a source of inspiration. I would like you to use this inspiration to make your very own work of art work over the next 3 weeks. There is a wealth of inspiration from nature just outside your back door. Your creativity is waiting to be unleashed!  You just need to look!

Attached are some examples of Art from nature that you may like to have a go at. You do not have to try all of these, just choose a few or create your own ideas.

Monday 4th May 2020

 

 

Year 5.6, thank you for all of your work that was sent on Friday. We were really impressed and there are some examples for you to all look at on our class page.  Mrs Wheatland and Mrs Hagan have been assessing all of your written work and have come up with an individual writing target for you. These will be sent via parent mail to you this week - any questions please ask.

 

Today you have 4 tasks to complete:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Comprehension
  • Art

 

Please send your completed Comprehension and Maths task to Mrs Wheatland via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Task:

 

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘Calculating Area’. Please work through the document and complete.

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Multiples and Factors ’. Please work through the document and complete.

Comprehension Task:

 

Today, I would like you to complete a comprehension task based on ‘ Secrets of a Dragons World’.

Below are some guidelines to read before completing the tasks.

  • The activities included should take no more than 1 hour to complete; it could be completed in two 30 mins sessions or four 15 minute sessions (this is up to you).
  • Each activity contains simple explanations and examples to help you and whoever may be helping you at home if you get stuck.

Parents, carers and siblings can help by:

  • Reading the extracts aloud with your child
  • Checking their child understands any new or unfamiliar vocabulary

 

Art

Time to get creative - Read through the slides and complete the activity!

Friday 1st May 2020

 

Today you have 4 tasks:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Project 
  • Art

Please send your completed Project and Art work to Mrs Wheatland and Mrs Hagan. Make sure you mark your maths work using the answers provided - if anyone is having any problems with maths, or you find you get lots wrong, just send us an email with it (or your question) attached. Mrs Wheatland is in school tomorrow so you may only receive a reply to your work email if there are any problems or developments which need to be made! Rest assured however, Mrs Wheatland and Mrs Hagan will be looking at all work and will be setting you writing targets based on this work for your next piece of writing - this will come to you next week in an email. Have a lovely day!

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘Short division in problems’. Please work through the document and complete.

 

 

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Finding non unit fractions of amounts’. Please work through the document and complete.

Project Task

Complete your explanation about ‘How Mountains are Formed’ - Make sure you are using the word banks, prompts and writing explanations to help improve your writing. 

 

Art Task:

Today you will be exploring the Mexican artist Leonora Carrington. You will then have a go at making or designing a dream catcher which are common in Native American culture.

The powerpoint below will guide you through making a dream catcher and will tell you the materials you need. If you do not have any of these materials, feel free to use whatever works OR create a detailed drawing of the dream catcher you would like to make. There is also a short writing task to go along side this if you have time.

We would love to see your finished dream catchers or designs so please send us pictures or post them on the BLOG so the whole school can see them!

Thursday 23rd April 202

 

Today you have 4 tasks:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Project – write explanation text
  • Spelling Task

 

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘Short Multiplication’. Please work through the document and complete.

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Finding unit fractions of amounts’. Please work through the document and complete.

Project Task:

This week, you have been researching mountains of Peru, how mountains are formed, and looking at explanation texts. Your task for the next two days is to create a piece of writing which explains how mountains are formed to a Year 4 child.

 

You can do this in any form that you wish: powerpoint, information text, encycloepeadia page, website / blog page… the possibilities are endless! Try to be as creative as you can.

 

The only things you must include are:

  • How mountains are formed ( 3 different types)
  • Correct spelling of the mountain types
  • Pictures to help explain with captions
  • Introduction
  • Separate paragraphs
  • Conclusion
  • Factual information about how mountains are formed

 

This should take you two sessions – about 2 hours over two days and make sure you have regular breaks! Please ensure that you use the Y5/6 writing expectations to challenge yourselves. Mrs Wheatland and I will be setting you a personal writing target after this piece of work.

Spelling Task:

Year 6

Today, your task focuses on the rule: words that can be nouns and verbs (the same as last week but a different set of words!).

Work through the powerpoint, then complete the tasks.

Year 5

Today, your task focuses on the rule: convert nouns or adjectives into verbs using the suffix -ate.

Work through the powerpoint (you will need some paper, a pencil and a dictionary or reading book), then complete the tasks.

Wednesday 29th  April 2020

Today you have 3 tasks:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Project Task – Explanation text key features

 

Please send your completed Maths and Explanation task to Mrs Wheatland and Mrs Hagan via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘ Multiply and divide fractions. Please work through the document and complete.

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on Use equivalence to compare and order fractions’. Please work through the document and complete.

Project

You now understand how mountains are formed and the key features of explanation texts. Today we would like you to plan your very own explanation text about how mountains are formed. I have attached a planning format below to help you. Remember the key features of an explanation text from yesterday (use the checklist to help you to plan - when it comes to writing, there will be lots of resources to help you!)

 

If the planning sheet is not long enough, have enough boxes or not in a format you like, you may plan in another way which suits you! Remember, as long as your work is presented neatly and is well organised, Mrs Wheatland and Mrs Hagan most definitely encourage your choice and opinion when it comes to planning - what works for one may not work for another!

 

 

Spanish

 

Head over to the Spanish page to find your task - once again please email this in a separate email to your usual daily work with a subject heading of Spanish  so that we can forward it to Mrs Kerr to mark!

Tuesday 28th  April 2020

 

Today you have 4 tasks to complete:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Project task – Explanation text key features
  • Wellbeing activity

 

Please send your completed Maths and Project task to Mrs Hagan via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘Find Fractions of amounts’. Please work through the document and complete

 Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘ Decimals: Rounding to the nearest tenth and whole’. Please work through the document and complete. 

Project Task :

Yesterday you were asked to research and make notes on the Mountains located in Peru and how mountains are formed. You will be using this information later in the week to write a detailed explanation text.

In order to do this effectively, you will need to understand the key features of an explanation text. Below are some activities to help you understand what they are.

Please read through the ppt and then the explanation text. You should then use the explanation text check list to see if all key features have been included. If you spot some that haven’t been included please let me know and what impact does that have on the overall effectiveness of the text.

Wellbeing activity

Last term we took some time to discuss our qualities and the qualities of others. We all realised that we are unique and special! Today I want you to think about what makes you an ‘Amazing person.’ To help you do this I would like you to complete the activity below!

Monday 27th April 2020

Today you have 4 tasks to complete:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • Project task – Research Peru’s mountains
  • Arithmetic

 

Please send your completed project task to Mrs Wheatland via the email address provided by the end of the school day.

 

Maths Task:

 

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘ Multiply and divide 2-place decimals’. Please work through the document and complete. 

 

 

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Decimals: Multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000’. Please work through the document and complete. 

Remember - place value is essential here! 

Project Task:

Peru is home to a number of mountain ranges. Your task today is to research and makes notes on them. We would also like you to watch the video below on how mountains are formed and make notes on this too.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fd_XqYE2BWY

 

 

Arithmetic:

Every week we complete an arithmetic task. This week I would like you to do the  arithmetic task attached. Give yourself 30 minutes to complete this. You may complete the answers on a separate piece of paper – please show working if you have done any! Thank you

Friday 24th April 2020

Today you have 4 tasks to complete:

  • PE task – Joe Wicks
  • Maths Task
  • English Task
  • Project task 

When you have finished, please email Mrs Wheatland your Project Task by the end of the school day. Please be aware that Mrs Wheatland is in school tomorrow and so may not answer emails straight away! Mrs Hagan will also 'man the email address' so one of us WILL get back to you as soon as we can! Your emails brighten our days!

 

Maths Task:

Year 6

Today you will be focusing on ‘Finding the difference and finding change’. Please work through the document and complete.

Year 5

Today you will be focusing on ‘Counting up to find change and money differences’. Please work through the document and complete.

English Task

Year 6

 Today you are going to read The Highwayman and complete some tasks using it.

Year 5

Today you are going to be reading and listening to performances of a poem and then practicing using parenthesis. This is not new learning, this is revision so you should be pretty confident with it!

Project

 

Did you know there are many species of plants and animals which are only found living in Peru, they cannot be found anywhere else in the world! Over the next few sessions we are going to be discovering why only certain types of plants and animals inhabit the main areas of Peru. Today we will be focusing on the Peruvian desert and the animals that live there.

Peruvian desert

 

Along Peru’s west coast is a narrow strip of desert 2,500km long. This region only makes up around 10 percent of the country, but it is home to more than half of the country’s population. The coastal desert was first inhabited thousands of years ago by Ancient people called the Chimú and the Nasca.

 

Because it has so many different ecosystems, Peru is home to a wider variety of plants and animals than most other countries on Earth. For many reasons, Peruvians have not had as much of an impact on their natural world as many other countries, and so much of these ecosystems have been undisturbed.

Project Task:

I would like you to watch the video and read the information on the website below and learn about the desert as a habitat and how animals survive there. Once you have done this I would like you to research which animals live in the Peruvian desert and create a poster to show what you have found out.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zxcb4wx

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/earth/deserts/

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