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Summer Term 2 - Week 2

Week beginning: 8th June


Hello Tenacious Toucans! Thank you for a cracking start to Summer Term 2! We have been so impressed with your enthusiasm towards your new class text in English, your ongoing commitment to your Maths work and your innovative and creative designs for Greek sandals in your topic work. 

As some of the Y6's return to school, we will still be providing learning online for those pupils who are staying at home and hope you continue to enjoy the learning activities we post. Miss Walker and Mr Phillips are going to be in school working with the Y6 pupils, so it will be mainly Mrs Brown and Mrs Hartshorne who will be checking in with all the pupils in Y5/6 who are remaining to work at home and keeping in touch with them all through email. As a result of this, we have created a new class page called 'Y5/6 Home Learning Summer 2.' All of our new learning activities and class photos for the remainder of Summer Term 2 will be posted here. This page can be found via the internal link below or on the 'Class Pages' tab of the website. 

Home Learning 8 - Week Beginning 1st June

Hi Tenacious Toucans. We hope that you are all well and have enjoyed your week off in the sun! This week's activities can be found below. Don't forget to email and let us know how you're getting on!

Picture 1 Elizabeth's writing about the Lightning Theif
Picture 2 Elizabeth's super maths work.
Picture 3 Elizabeth's creative topic ideas.
Picture 4 Freya's yummy cheese scones
Picture 5 Eye-catching Greek sandal design by Ellie
Picture 6 Ellie's sandal design plan
Picture 7 Ellie's super English work
Picture 8 Ellie's Percy Jackson Dictionary
Picture 9 Lewis keeping up to date with his reading record
Picture 10 Euan's been working really hard this week
Picture 11 Jude enjoying Percy Jackson
Picture 12 A special treat for Jude's birthday!

Maths

  • Click on the links below to take you to the learning videos from White Rose Maths. The worksheets are attached below. 
  • Remember, the WRM scheme is aligning itself with the lessons that are also being provided daily by BBC Bitesize. So you might want to check these out too as an alternative or for extra support/challenge.
  • Make sure you log on to Mathletics and complete any assigned tasks.

English

Over the next half term our English work will be based around Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan. We have loved reading this book - we were gripped and know you will be too! For this week’s work you will need to read chapters 1-3. You can read the full book for free online by following the link below (if you try to download it will ask you to pay, it is free to read online), or some of you may already have the book at home.

 

Task 1: Read chapter 1 and think about the opening of this novel. Look for ways that the author draws us in and evaluate how good you think the opening is. To do this, use the discussion prompt sheet and answer the questions in your home learning book. Once you have completed this task read chapters 2 and 3 to support the upcoming week’s work.

 

Task 2: Read the selection of letters and correct the punctuation mistakes. Give advice to help the writers improve their skills.

 

Task 3: The language used in our class book is quite informal. The narrator is a teenage boy and the language is selected to sound like every day, teen, American speech. The book would be different if it were written in more formal language. We probably wouldn’t relate to Percy as much!
In your home learning book, find and copy examples of informal language and then rewrite them using more formal language. You can use the text extracts or find your own examples.
Want a challenge? Write a brief explanation as to how you made the language more formal, e.g. I have changed the contractions to show the full words with nothing taken out.

 

Task 4: Our class text uses words which may be unfamiliar to us. In addition to the mythical genre and stories set long ago, Percy Jackson also uses American terms and slang. We are going to help someone understand the books if they have never heard of these words by creating a Percy Jackson dictionary. It will be important to list the words and their definitions, including their word class. Use the word grid to select your words. If you do not know any meanings, you should check in a dictionary or online. Use the word classes sheet to support you if needed.

 

Task 5: Reread the opening of Chapter 2 of Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief to p.18 (to ‘…survive the next year without me.’).

 

The actions which result in Percy’s exclusion are:
- poor grades,
- fights
- disrupting lessons
- quarrel with English teacher

 

The reasons Percy might give for his actions are:
- poor sleep - nightmares and storms,
- feeling cranky,
- goading from Nancy Bobofit,
- mean teachers

 

We do not see the letter which the headmaster sent home making the exclusion ‘official’, but can we predict what it might have said? Do you think that Percy’s account of events would be different?

Write two brief letters in role. The first, as the headteacher to Percy’s mother (Ms Jackson) giving the reasons for Percy’s exclusion. You will need to use the formal language of a Headteacher. The second letter will be from Percy to his best friend Grover, explaining why he will not be returning to school. This will be informal and explain the reasons for Percy’s actions.

Topic

For topic this week we are getting creative. We have set you a DT challenge based on Ancient Greek Sandals.

After learning about Greek sandals we would like you to try and make a prototype pair of your own design.

 

Task 1:

Create a Mindmap on your own ideas about sandals. Think about a favourite pair you have owned, or a range of sandal you have seen worn (including flip-flops). Consider why, when and where you would wear them.

 

Task 2: Read the information sheet attached about Greek Sandals and look at the pictures of different sandal designs.

 

Task 3: Using the information you have gathered about Greek sandals. Design your own version of a fashionable Greek Sandal. If you have suitable materials at home you may want to try and actually make a prototype of your design. Follow the stages of development from the attached Ancient Sandals Design Booklet.

 

The videos attached will give you some ideas about how you can design the straps on your sandals. There is a huge range of possibilities.

Home Learning 7 - Week Beginning 18th May

Hi Tenacious Toucans. We hope that you are all well and still enjoying your home learning. Can you believe we've almost made it to May half term? So let's crack on and finish the term strong! This week's activities can be found below. It's also Mental Health Awareness week so check out our Wellbeing resources on the link above. Don't forget to email and let us know how you're getting on!

Maths

  • Click on the links below to take you to the learning videos from White Rose Maths. The worksheets are attached below. 
  • Remember, the WRM scheme is aligning itself with the lessons that are also being provided daily by BBC Bitesize. So you might want to check these out too as an alternative or for extra support/challenge.
  • Make sure you log on to Mathletics and complete any assigned tasks.

English

This week for English, we have a range of reading and grammar activities for you to complete. We would also like you to research about the Battle of Marathon and, as Athens, write a letter to Sparta asking for their help. This links closely to your Topic work this week too.

  • Task 1: Reading Comprehension ‘Shipshape’.
  • Task 2: Modal verbs presentation and activities (lots of activities so may take more than one day).
  • Task 3: Research the Battle of Marathon
  • Task 4: Imagine you are General Miltiades, leader of the Athenian army. You are going to write a letter to the Spartan army.

In your letter, you will ask them to help you fight the Persians. Explain the situation in as much detail as possible (include how big the Persian fleet is, why they are coming, what you want Sparta to do and how far Pheidippides has travelled with the message). Try to explain why you think the Spartans should help.

Remember: To log on to Spelling Shed and complete your weekly assigned games too!

Topic

  • This week we would like you to research all about Ancient Greek warfare. Why did the states need armies and navies? What were hoplites? What weapons did the Ancient Greeks use? How do we know about Ancient Greek Warfare?

  • As always, it is completely up to you how you show your findings: a fact file, design a Greek vase showing hoplites in battle, draw and label a Greek hoplite, a piece of artwork, design your own battleplan, make a model of a hoplite, create a hoplite shield. The choice is yours!

Illustration to Creation

This week's ideas are inspired by Roberto Innocenti's beautiful images for Carlo Collodi's Pinocchio. 

Possible ideas:

  • Look at the image in detail - list all the sounds you can hear & count the number of children sitting, falling, riding, sliding.
  • Create a fairground ride inspired by your favourite cartoon/game character.
  • Design a fairground park including rides, food stalls, games and shows.
  • Make puppets and then write and perform a show to your family.
  • Describe the scene using powerful verbs, adjectives and figurative language - similes, metaphors, personification, alliteration, hyperbole.
  • Interview and record your families experiences of fairgrounds and rides.
  • Make a musical instrument (drum or trumpet?).
  • Make a fruit salad for your family using melon or make toffee apples (with adult support).
  • Design a carousel or tree house.
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Reading

You have been assigned a book to read on Bug Club. This week for Year 6 it is "The Velvet Thief" and for Year 5 it is "Rosa and the Runaway Ram".  Remember to click on the "Bugs" to answer the comprehension questions.

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Home Learning 6  - w.b. 11.05.20

Great efforts everyone. We're so impressed with all your creativity and tenacity. So, let's get going again. Below is your new learning for the week.

 

This week would have been SATs week for Year 6. Although you won't be sitting the tests this year, everyone at Greenside have been so impressed at how hard you have worked over the past weeks, months and years. With this week's English theme being poetry, we would like to share with you a poem to show how proud of you we are!

To all of our year 6’s:

 

As SATs week arrives it’s not quite the same,

The tests that were printed this year never came.

The displays all still up, walls full of maths rules,

But year 6 very different, at present, in schools.

 

For some of you, happiness, lots of relief,

For others a sigh of pure disbelief,

That you worried really hard in advance of this week,

Expected and Greater Depth marks did you seek.

 

Algebra, fractions, the times-table drills,

Inference, retrieval, in-depth reading skills.

Past, present, progressive and all the SPAG terms,

You’ve practised and mastered them over the years.

 

Fear not though, the SATs, yes, won’t happen this term,

But remember tests don’t measure everything you learn,

Primary subjects are varied, you’ve all tried your best,

And many of those skills that you’ve gained can’t be defined by a test.

 

So, here at Greenside, you’ve made us so proud,

We sit here with pride and we shout this out loud,

“Year 6 you amaze us, you’ve come incredibly far,

And we don’t need a test to see how amazing you are!

From all the staff at Greenside

Maths

  • Click on the links below to take you to this week's learning from White Rose Maths.
  • Remember you can find further activities and alternative worksheets by clicking on the corresponding daily maths lessons provided by BBC Bitesize. 
  • Make sure you log on to Mathletics and complete any assigned tasks.

English

Hopefully you will find English good fun this week - it is a week full of poetry! There are 3 task sheets to complete over the 5-day week.

Task A) Read a poem, learn by heart and write additional verses.   

Task B) Read a poem, learn about performance and prepare a performance.
Task C) Read two poems, answer questions and write a recommendation.   

Top tip:  Task A talks about the subjunctive form. This is a tricky one and there is a detailed PowerPoint with audio below to explain. However, don’t be too worried about it and read the poem first as it should then become quite clear where the subjunctive is.

Remember to also log on to Bug Club and Spelling Shed to complete your weekly assigned tasks.

You have been assigned to read "Michael Rosen Collected Poems" on Bug Club. Remember to click on the "Bugs" to answer the comprehension questions.

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Illustration to Creation

This week's image comes from Toys in Space by Mini Grey.

Possible ideas:

  • Make a film about your favourite toy. 
  • Interview your family members about their favourite toys when they were a child.
  • Design the ultimate space toy. 
  • Design a rocket to blast off into space.
  • Write a story about toys that go on an adventure in space.
  • Create the solar system using a box - how could you make the planets?
  • You’ve seen Toy Story - make a film using some of your toys.
  • Write a letter to astronauts in space telling them what's happening back on Earth.
  • Learn about Helen Sharman or Tim Peake and report your findings in a fact file.
  • Paint a scene of your toys in space. 
  • Design a new space craft to travel to Jupiter.
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Reading: 

Here is your allocated Bug Club book for the week:

  • Yr 6 you been assigned to read "101 things to do before Secondary School"
  • Yr 5 you have been assigned "Future transport in space"
  • Remember to click on the "Bugs" to answer the comprehension questions.
  • Also, you can sit back, relax and let David Walliams entertain you for 20 minutes everyday at 11am by clicking on the link below:

 

 

Well-being Week

This week instead of topic we would like you to focus on your well-being. We have a range of activities below that focus on happiness, we hope you enjoy doing them.

Active:

It's time to get a sweat on! Try out some of the websites below for activities to keep fit and active. Joe Wicks will be hosting PE sessions at 9am each morning through his YouTube channel (follow the link below). Or, if it is at all possible and safe, go out into your garden and get active!

 

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Home Learning 5  - w.b. 4.05.20

Ready for Week 5? Great. Well, let's get going. It's a sporty and stormy themed week ahead!

Maths

  • Click on the links below to take you to this week's learning (video & activity sheet) from White Rose Maths.
  • From this week onwards, the WRM scheme is aligning itself with the lessons that are also being provided daily by BBC Bitesize. So you might want to check these out too as an alternative or for extra support/challenge.
  • Make sure you log on to Mathletics and complete any assigned tasks.

English

  • This week we'd like you to explore the history of the Olympics. Compete the attached reading comprehensions and complete the persuasive letter writing activity. Try to include a range of conjunctions in your letter. You could revise using conjunctions too using the attached worksheets and quiz.
  • Remember to also log on to Bug Club and Spelling Shed to complete your weekly assigned tasks.
  • Feel free to check out the daily English lessons on BBC Bitesize too.

Topic

  • This week we'd like you to research The Olympics of Ancient Greece. What events were included? Who was allowed to participate? Where were they held? How were they different to our modern day Olympics? You can find out some information using the links below.
  • Again, it is up to you how you present your findings - a fact file? a Venn diagram? an image on a Greek vase? a board game? The choice is yours!

Illustration to Creation

This week's image comes from The Mousehole Cat by Antonia Barber/Nicola Bayley, which is a dramatic and moving Cornish tale of a cat and a fisherman who brave the stormy seas to save their village.

Possible ideas:

  • Paint a scene of a stormy night at sea.
  • Design a lifeboat to sail in stormy seas and rescue people in distress.
  • Write a poem about the sea/a storm.
  • Make a boat from paper/card.
  • Play a magnet fishing game.
  • Create a school of fish from clay/plasticine.
  • Use Lego to construct Mousehole, a seaside village in Cornwall.
  • Which animal might you have to help with rescues? How would it help people in danger?
  • Design a candle of hope.

 

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Home Learning 4  - w.b. 27.04.20

It's time for Week 4 of home learning! Find all the details of what's instore for this week below. Do the best you can with the range of different subjects and activities. We've been so impressed with the maturity, effort, creativity and independent learning skills that you are all showing so keep sending us those wonderful photo's and keep being a terrific Tenacious Toucan!

Maths

  • Click on the links below to take you to this week's learning from White Rose Maths.
  • Remember to also log on to Mathletics and complete your assigned tasks!

 

English

  • This week we'd like you to explore the new daily English lessons provided by BBC Bitesize, which include a variety of video clips, online and paper activities for you to have a go at. Click on the link below which will take you to the page for your year group. 
  • Remember to also log on to Bug Club and Spelling Shed to complete your weekly assigned tasks.
Or you may want to check out alternative online English lessons, provided the Oak National Academy, which has also been recommended by the DFE. 

Topic

  • This week we'd like you to research the Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Greece. What were they called? What did they look like? What were they God of? What was their special power? Did they have a special weapon/object/animal? Where did they live? You can find out information using the links below.
  • It is up to you how you present your findings - a fact file? a comic strip? a Top Trump style game? a piece of artwork? The choice is yours!

Illustration to Creation

This week's image comes from Joe Todd Stanton's 'Kai and the Monkey King'.

Possible ideas:

Make a sock puppet dragon.

Can you see the giant grey hand? Draw the rest of the creature.

Design a dragon and the treasure it protects.

Research pop-up designs and make a pop-up dragon.

Draw yourself as the character Monkey King.

Design the Monkey King a new outfit.

Make a fact-file about dragons.

Write about the journey to the top of the mountain.

List as many books and films as you can think of which include dragons/serpents. 

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Home Learning 3 - Week Beginning 20th April

Hello Tenacious Toucans. We hope you have had a refreshing and enjoyable Easter holidays. We have uploaded this week's activities below. Don't forget to send your weekly pictures to the Year 5/6 email address as we need to see how you're getting on.

Maths

This week, Year 6 are going to be continuing your unit on angles and Year 5 are going to be continuing learning about decimals. An extra well done to those children who are still remembering to also log on to Mathletics and are completing the activities that we have assigned to you.

English

Please click on the "Yr 5/6 English Home Learning Wk 3" document below to find out the details of this week's English Learning. Here is where you will also find out what spellings you need to learn and the new Bug Club book you've been assigned to read this week.

Creative/Topic:

For the duration of the Summer Term, Y5/6's Learning Challenge is: Who were the Ancient Greeks? 

Task 1: Please read the knowledge organiser below which contains key facts and information that you will need to have a basic knowledge and understanding of this topic. 

Task 2: Using the Fact File below and your own research on Kiddle, create a poster advertising Greece as a holiday destination. Include some specific detail on your posters about what Greece is like and what sorts of activities you could do there. Challenge: advertise the fact that Greece has a rich history and that a holiday to Greece is a great chance to explore some of the architecture and artefacts left behind by the ancient Greeks.

Illustration2Creation:

Here's an image from David Litchfield's out-of-this-world children's picture book Lights on Cotton Rock to inspire your creative activities this week:

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Possible Activities:

  • Create an alien craft from Lego/ recyclable materials
  • Make a film of an alien landing using a model you have made
  • Draw the aliens that come from the craft
  • Make an alien mask
  • Design an alien language
  • Write a diary: The day the aliens landed
  • Create a night scene of magical colours using paint, chalk or pastels
  • Film a news report: Alien sightings
  • How will you welcome the aliens? Write a welcome letter
  • Imagine you are going with the aliens to their planet. Pack a rucksack with items you would take.
  • Draw their home planet.
  • Watch a film set in space with your family (or my favourite: E.T.!)

 

Sport and Science Ideas

If you want even more ideas for activities to keep your mind and body active then check out our PE/Sport and Science blogs:

Competition Time

Some of you may have already seen that Mrs Fuller has launched a school competition in this week's Grapevine. She is asking you to document your own experiences whilst you are having to complete your learning from home. You can do this by creating a diary or a journal that could be shared with future generations. You may decide to create a poem, song, photo album, film or comic strip in order to do this. It is completely up to you! We have added a document below which may support you in this challenge - it gives ideas of how to create a time capsule to document the changes we have all had to make during the Covid-19 outbreak.

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Easter Break: 06.04.20 - 19.04.20

Have a lovely Easter everybody. The 3 R's that are most important now are to rest, relax and rejuvenate! Although, if you still want to get creative, please feel free to click on the links below where you'll find a range of activities to enjoy over the holidays. We'll be back posting home learning on Monday 20th April. Take care and try not to eat too many chocolate eggs! smiley Miss Walker, Mrs Fox & Mrs Kendall.

Y5/6 Home Learning 

Send photographs of your Home Learning to the Y5/6 email address for a 'shout out.' We love seeing what you are getting up to!

Home Learning 2 - Week Beginning 30.03.20

Well done Toucans on a brilliant start to home learning! We've really enjoyed seeing all the pictures of you working hard and having fun. See below for this week's activities.

Maths:

Year 5 - You are looking at decimals and percentages this week.

Year 6 - You are completing your unit on ratio and starting a new one on angles.

An extra well done to those children who are still remembering to also log on to Mathletics and are completing the activities that your maths teacher has assigned to you.

English:

Please click on the "Yr 5/6 English Home Learning Wk 2" document below to find out the details of this week's English Learning. Here is where you will also find out what spellings you need to learn and the new Bug Club book you've been assigned to read this week.

Creative/Topic: This week would have been our "Forces" Science Week in school. Click on the document below to see some suggested science activities on forces for you to try out. Also, check out our new 'Science' page on the school website, where there are more ideas to keep you busy.

Illustration to Creation:

Here is this image to get your creative juices flowing for this week:

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Possible Ideas (feel free to come up with your own)

  • Design a rollercoaster based on a theme

  • Build a rollercoaster using recycled materials/paper/lego

  • Share what magnificent machine you would like to build and why

  • Explore all the machines and large objects in your house. Can you think of another use for them?

  • Experience all the rides (without leaving even your house) at Virtual Disney World

  • Sit in the bath tub and imagine being on a ride!

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Home Learning - Week Beginning 23.03.2020

Hello Tenacious Toucans! Are you ready for some home learning? Planned for this week are Maths and English activities for the two "Academic" sessions listed on the suggested daily timetable (see above) and we have provided some ideas for the Active, Creative and Reading sessions too. Parents and carers, we hope you find the suggested timetable above useful but feel free to adapt the sessions and activities around your week. If you have any questions or suggestions, please email us using the tier group email address that was sent out to parents last week. We look forward to hearing how you're getting on so do send in some photographs or examples of your learning. Try your best, be "Tenacious", stay safe and enjoy! 

Miss Walker, Mrs Fox & Mrs Kendall

Maths: In Maths this week, Year 5 will be learning about decimals whilst Year 6 will be revising ratio.

 

To support you with your learning, the White Rose Hub (the scheme we follow in school) have created some excellent resources. There are 5 lessons for your year group to complete, each with a teaching video, activity sheet and answers. If you have a printer, feel free to print the worksheets and glue them into your "Home Learning Book". If not, simply write the answers to the questions into your book. Below are the links to the learning resources. Again, if you have any questions, email us and we'll be happy to help.

 

As well as completing the 5 lessons, we have assigned Mathletics activities for the objectives covered this week for you to have a go at. Remember to also check out Education City. Simply click on the relevant year group and maths tab to explore some of games and activities that are relevant to the unit of work you have studied.

English:

This week, you are tasked with creating a persuasive text, encouraging people to visit The Grand Canyon as a holiday destination. Please click on the "Yr 5/6 English Home Learning Wk 1" document below to find out the details of your mission. Here is where you will also find out what spellings you need to learn this week and what Bug Club book you need to read and answer comprehension questions on. Good luck!

 

Creative Time: Complete your "Grand Canyon" Learning Log. Have a look at the range of suggestions for what you can do. Models, drawings, information texts, quizzes...the choice is yours!

 

Grand Canyon Learning Log

Illustration to Creation:

Additionally, every week we will be posting an illustration to create ideas for you to use at home. It's not just about writing and reading but how an image can inspire art, creativity, design, science, knowledge etc More examples can be found using the hashtag #Illustration2Creation

 

Here is this image for this week:

Island

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Possible Ideas (feel free to come up with your own)

  • Make a turtle from plasticine/clay
  • Design a shelter on a desert island
  • Paint an ocean scene including multicoloured fish
  • Find out 5 facts about each of the world's 5 oceans
  • If you were shipwrecked, what would you do on your first day?
  • Write a message to put in a bottle - what are you going to say about the world today?

Welcome to Tenacious Toucans!

 

We are the Tenacious Toucans, the Year 5/6 class.

Our staff team: Miss Walker - Class Teacher

                        Mrs Fox - Class Teacher PPA (Monday and Wednesday 11.45 - 3.15) & Year 5 Maths (daily)

                        Mrs Kendall - Teaching Assistant

PE is on a Friday afternoon. Pupils should come to school dressed in their PE kit. 

Homework is set on a Friday to be completed by the following Wednesday. In KS2 this is usually set on Mathletics and Spelling Shed. Please find the links to these websites in the 'Useful Links' section.

Please scroll down to see our latest learning.

Spring1: Sam's Safari Workshop

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Spring 1: Safer Internet Day - Our "Be Safe" raps

Spring 1: Chinese New Year ICE Day

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Spring 1: Chinese New Year ICE Day 8

For our I.C.E. day, we spent the day learning about many different aspects of Chinese New Year and life in China. In the morning, we produced a story book for KS1 retelling the traditional tale of the 12 Chinese Zodiac characters called, 'The Great Race.’ Later on in the day, we cooked Chinese noodles and even enjoyed learning some Mandarin!

Autumn 2: Viking Salting Experiment - How can we extract salt from rock salt?

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Autumn 2: The Viking Raid on Lindisfarne AD793 - Comic Creator

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