You made it to Friday - well done! And a HUGE welldone to those who have done thier learning EVERY DAY - we know who you are and we are PROUD! Answers for Thursday below.
As I said yesterday, today is a end of unit assessment - please do your best and then mark it yourself - we will want to know your score! You can have up to 30 minutes to complete.
Buttercup Group Activity
As I explained yesterday, today you are going to be writing a diary entry in role as Badger.
(If you haven't already, read chapter two here)
Science: Jane Goodall - Chimpanzes
Find out about Jane's work and then complete the activity (choose your challenge- *, ** or ***)
Subtracting decimals within 1
Buttercup Group - Compare Fractions
Today you are going to be planning a diary entry. Watch this short video for some help.Then complete your plan, there are two examples below of how you might lay it out.
Science: Life Cycle of Mamals (Humans too!)- Live Young
Watch this video about how the life cycle of mamals is different to insects, amphibians and birds.
Then try this Activity - CLICK ON HUMAN
Wednesday Warm-up - RECAP
Try these questions first:
Adding decimals within 1
Buttercup Group - Equivalent Fractions 3
When you have finished, you can watch the next episode of the animation here.
Science: Life Cycle of Birds
Watch the video and then complete the activity.
Percentages as fractions and decimals
Sorry the video is a bit blurry today! You can get what you need though!
Buttercup Group - Equivalent Fractions 2
Grammar - Adverbs
Once you have completed the video, scroll down on the page (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zgsgxfr) and have a go at the quiz to check your learning.
Science: Metamorphosis - Life Cycle of a Butterfly
You need to have watched Monday's video - this will help you today (see below if you haven't yet watched it).
Buttercup Group - Equivalent Fractions
Punction - practising using possessive apostrophes.
Science: Life Cycle of Insects
Incomplete Metamorposis - Dragonfly
Watch this video and then click on the activity below.
Activity (Username: student620 Password: HannahMore)
Once you label the life cycle correctly - draw it into your book.