Year 5: Tuesday 2nd June – Entrepreneur Week: Task 3 ‘Think it & Research it’

Warning: If you have not read the Entrepreneur Week expectations blog, or completed ‘Task 1’ and ‘Task 2’ Then stop right now! Click the links below, read and complete them first, before you carry on any further!

https://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/?p=149837

https://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/?p=149875

https://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/?p=150012

You now should have a list of garden games at hand, which you have researched and carefully considered! Great you are on the right track. The final task of the day will involve your whole page, so make sure you have space!

Now, which of these games are actually socially distancing friendly and follow the government guidelines of 2 metres distancing? Well it is your job to find out.

Firstly, read the following guidelines and article on social distancing and summarise what you think social distancing means in your own words.

https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/coronavirus-social-distancing.html

Task 3: Using your table about garden games, you need to create a Venn Diagram and categorise your garden games into two topics:, ‘Social distancing friendly’, or ‘Not social distancing friendly’, or both (meaning do people get too close in the game because they have to, and are they far apart, at points too).

Watch the video below on Venn Diagram’s to build your understanding:

Create a Venn Diagram like the one below. Put the titles at the top above the circle, and fill the circles with the games from your table that fit into each category.

The games that do follow social distancing will go into the left circle, the games that do not, will go into the right. If you feel the game meets both conditions, place it in the middle section.

Tips!

Draw equal and big circles that you can write clearly in and fit all the games in! Do not try to squash your work!

Your page should look like the following below :)

Once completed send to Y5upload@broadheath.coventry.sch.uk

48 thoughts on “Year 5: Tuesday 2nd June – Entrepreneur Week: Task 3 ‘Think it & Research it’

  1. I don’t get task 2?
    Task3.
    Friendly social distance games.
    – Monopoly
    – Making slime
    – Drawing
    Not social distance friendly
    – Swings because someone has to push you
    – Playing tig because they will touch you
    – Play fighting because if somones sick they might pass it on to you

  2. Social Distancing Friendly:
    Connect 4 is because you do not have to be close to other people.
    Both:
    See Saws are social distancing friendly but they might not be because 2 people may go onto each side
    Not Social Distancing Friendly: Swings are not social distancing friendly because if you need help with swinging you need someone to push you which means they need to be right behind you.

  3. 02/06/2020 at 11:25 am •
    Social Distancing Friendly:
    Jenga Is Social Distancing Friendly.
    Not Social Distancing Friendly:
    4 In A Row Because Your Sitting And Looking At Eachother.
    Both: Is Ring Toss Because You Choose If There In A Line Or Not To Be Social Distancing.

  4. Friendly social distancing
    I think monopoly since you sit around the board
    Not friendly social distancing
    I think connect 4 since you are close to each other

    • Okay, but what about the other games you have found? Zavian, I think you have accessed the basics but could complete this task far more thoroughly! I know you can do it!

  5. Games that has social Distancing:
    Football, golf, cricket, tennis and badminton include social distancing because you’re not really interacting with each other.

    Games that don’t have social distance:
    Tag, hide and seek and spin n drop don’t include social distancing because in tag you have to touch each other to catch the other person in hide n seek you have to also touch each other and in the spin drop, you constantly have to hold the person’s hand and spin each other as fast as you can and then fall to the ground.

  6. the best game for social distancing is golf because you can be as far as possible even 2 metres away. the not social distancing game is tag and hide and seek.

  7. Social distancing friendly games: football, tennis, badminton catch , I spy , volley ball. Duo lingo (app)
    Not social distancing friendly!
    Tig, hide n seek, hand games hi lo clicking lo . Kiss chase (my mum told me that)

  8. Games that are social distancing friendly are Golf because you don’t have to actually touch or interact with each other, and Jenga because you don’t touch other players at all.
    Game that isn’t social distancing friendly is tig because you touch people and you can’t do that according to the social distancing rules.

    • I love Jenga, but with Jenga Chloe, it involves players handling and touching the blocks. So is it safe to play according to the current advice or will certain adjustments need to be made? How could you make sure it still can be played in a safe way?

  9. Social Distancing Friendly:
    Jenga Is Social Distancing Friendly.
    Not Social Distancing Friendly:
    4 In A Row Because Your Sitting And Looking At Eachother.
    Both: Is Ring Toss Because You Choose If There In A Line Or Not To Be Social Distancing.

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