This week we are continuing to read the non-fiction text Life on the English Waterways and being very creative in our responses to it. The challenges are:
Spellings this week – EVEN MORE –ous words!!
This time the focus is on dropping the ‘e’ at the end of the root word such as fame – famous; nerve – nervous. But words that have ‘ge’ at the end do not drop the ‘e’ eg courage – courageous. Please make sure the children know what the ‘root’ word is for each spelling. Thank you!
This week in maths you will be investigating angles, triangles and quadrilaterals. We hope you enjoy this work.
We have also set Mathletics and Rockstar tables for you.
Geography and Science
This week you will be investigating condensation and the water cycle. The water cycle occurs in both the science and geography curriculums. It is one of the most important processes that enables humans to live al over the world.
There are two lessons this week:
Lesson 1: Where did the water come from?
Lesson 2: Where did the rain come from?
You will need a supply of ice cubes and chilled bits and pieces for the first lesson.
We have also added an optional cloud spotting activity which you might like to start now or save as an interesting activity to complete over the summer holiday.
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During our wellbeing day the children had a go at various yoga poses and asked if we could put the links on the learning pages so here they are!
Chance to Shine Cricket: Week 4 'Creative Cricketer'
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