Monday 22nd June
We can use metric units of mass
t = tonne kg = kilogram g = gram mg = milligram
1 tonne = 1000 kilograms
1 kilogram = 1000 grams
1 gram = 1000 milligrams
In everyday life, we often have to use scales. Knowing how to read a scale is important. Click here to watch a short video
Look at the sheet below and work out the answers. Write them in your book.
This week we will continue to look at the Rhiswanozebtah.
When we write, we can use connectives for adding on more information.
in addition to
Rhiswanozebtahs are large. Additionally, their skin tends to be covered in feathers but, as they get older, the zebra stripes become more prominent.
Add to these sentences by inventing some more facts about the Rhiswanozebtah.
1, Rhiswanozebtahs like to eat fish. Additionally, ...
2. Some Rhiswanozebtahs sleep undergound. Furthermore, ...
3. Most Rhiswanozebtahs can run at a speed of 30 miles per hour. In addition to this,
Now write three more sentences of your own. Invent a statement about the Rhiswanozebtah and then add on to it using a connective.
What is evolution?
Click here to watch a BBC Bitesize clip.
Next, complete the 'Fill in the Gap' activity and write it in your book.
Also, write out the glossary of useful words about evolution.
Tuesday 23rd June
A practical measuring activity
Ask an adult if you can use the weighing scales. Find the mass of various objects using metric measurements.
Use a ruler to carefully draw this table in your book. Fill it in.
The Sentence Starter Game
Pick a subject from the list below.
All the sentence starters below use language that you would often find in an information text.
Complete the sentences using invented facts about your new subject.
The first thing to say about ...
In addition to ...
The most extraordinary thing ...
It is a little known fact ...
You may not know but ...
Learn more about Charles Darwin by clicking here .
Wednesday 24th June
I would like you to play the 'Sentence Starter Game' again. However, this time choose a different subject.
Write some facts you have learnt about Charles Darwin. Click here to watch a short film.
Thursday 25th June
Look at the powerpoint below.
Then, complete the 'Units of Mass' work I have assigned on My Maths
Create your own creature by blending animals together.Draw your animal, or print out pictures and cut and paste them together.
Now that you have created a new species , you are going to write a report about your animal. Let's start writing out a plan. Use the headings below.
Name of animal
What is it?
Introduce the animal
What does it look like?
Where does it live?
What does it eat?
What can it do?
Friday 26th June
Are you ready?
Today you are going to write your report about the new species of animal you have discovered. Exciting!
Click here to find your Friday maths challenge.
GET FIT AND DANCE
Try and dance the Macarena (with new moves)
You've got to MOVE IT (two dances)
Then click here for an even more energetic version.