Thursday – 07.01.21

Today’s timetable:

  • Literacy: SPaG A or An
  • Maths: Perimeter of a rectangle
  • Geography: Living in extreme climate zones

Literacy – An or A

We are going to recap using an or a. This is something that we have to be really secure in and use consistently in our writing. There are four worksheets below to have a go at (don’t worry, you don’t need to do all of them!) take a look through them and then use the PowerPoint below to jog your memory about all of the tricky things to remember about using an or a.

If you have an exercise book, you can write the sentences in your book using an or a. 

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Maths – Perimeter of a rectangle

Today, we are measuring the perimeter of a rectangle. Watch the video, pause it where you need to. If you want to record any working out you can use your white board OR the BACK of your home learning book. (These can be collected from school) Remember to work neatly.

After the video, here are 2 sheets to try if you would like to apply what you have learned in the video.

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Topic – science 

Take a look at how these two animals have adapted to their environment…

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Animals must adapt to their environment to survive.  Some animals can live in environments that would kill us very quickly because they have either physically adapted or learned special tricks to help them cope!

Can you find out about 3 animals that live in different environments?  I would like you to draw me a brilliant picture of each animal in your topic book and then label the special features it has or the tricks that it uses to survive in a difficult environment!

REMEMBER!  You use amazing presentation skills and your best handwriting.  Let’s really show off to our grown ups how well we present our work in our topic books!


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