The following tasks may be done in any order. Follow up activities can be found in the Resources section below. If you complete these, just copy them out into your Home Learning Book or on paper.Sometimes answers are given.Here, please try the tasks first and then check the answers afterwards. REMEMBER we learn from our mistakes - having a go is most important.
|If you click on any yellow box, it will take you directly to a lesson link.|
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Watch the Youtube video 'Finding non -unit fractions.'
You will need a piece of paper and a pen, and there will be questions to answer at the end of the video.
In this lesson, you will learn more closely about the relationship between centimetres (cm), and metres (m). You will develop strategies to convert from one measurement to the other and back again.
Click here to start the lesson
Use these two keys to move backwards and forwards through the lesson.
From the list, click on Activity 7
Remember to press 'Hide List ' to see the whole activity.
Today's BBC Bitesize lesson is called 'Writing a Diary Entry'.
In this lesson you will write a diary entry for Grace Darling.
Watch the video carefully, follow the guidance on writing a diary entry in the lesson and remember to use the sentence structure skills taught to you by Mr Smailes.
Which Habitat ?
1. Divide a piece of paper in half and label each half like this.
2. Choose one invertebrate and one vertebrate to research.
3.Draw each animal in their habitat.
4. Either write a paragraph about, or make a list of the food, shelter and conditions for reproduction available for your animals.
Remember to send me your work, I love looking at it.
|The Daily challenge is an additional activity for you to complete if you have time and wish to do so.|
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Design a Scavenger Hunt
This is another easy, make a game challenge.
If you already made a scavenger hunt last week, you can just try a different one.
I want you to design a scavenger hunt for your friends, and then post it on Dojo or send it to me by email so that I can share it with the rest of the class.
The scavenger hunt must:
Be either indoor or outdoor.
Contain 14 items for your friends to find.
The items must be everyday objects that most people will have in their homes.
Try your hunt out with your family members..and to make it extra exciting, time how long it takes for them to complete your challenge.
Here is an example of a backyard scavenger hunt.
click here to go to the Ask Mrs Eadon page and fill in the contact form.
Or post your hunt on Dojo.