Some ideas for the day:
Maths – We are going to continue looking at decimal numbers. If you’ve kept up this week, then you will be on Understand thousandths. Don’t worry if you are behind, just carry on from where you are up to!
If you click on the link below, you will find a video that talks you through the questions (as well as the worksheet and answers).
Week 1 Day 4 Understand thousandths (NB this is the earlier Week One, not Summer Term – Week One)
I must say that I am really enjoying looking at all the work that you are completing. Some of yesterday’s newspaper articles really made me smile. Read Luca’s about his talking dog, or Nathan’s about the escaped Corona crocodile!
If you haven’t completed this work from yesterday, be inspired by reading their newspaper reports, and then carry on with/start your own. Click the link below for the lesson:
For activity 3, I’ve created a 2do with a template of a newspaper article that you can use . If you’d prefer to write it by hand instead, that’s fine, you could always upload a picture of your work. If you’d prefer to do your newspaper article about something different, that’s fine too, just remember to include the features of a newspaper report!
If you’ve finished your newspaper article, you could try one or more of the activities from the next lesson – all about expanded noun phrases (see link below). You could share your writing by using one of the 2publish templates.
Science – continue with the Science project. I’m really enjoying hearing about the different science investigations you’ve done so far! Do continue to blog or email any pictures or work of what you’ve been up to.
Science Project (for the whole week):
This week we are going to be looking at properties of materials. Here are some ideas of what you might investigate, or you might come up with other experiments linked to these ideas!
- Find out about reversible and irreversible changes. Have a look at the link below to find out more:
Lots of these changes happen when you cook food. Why don’t you help out with the cooking today and see what changes occur? Which are reversible and which are irreversible? How do you know? Record your findings! (And enjoy eating what you’ve made!)
- Explore which materials will dissolve in liquid to form a solution.
You could try mixing different materials that you have at home with water to see which ones dissolve eg sand, salt, flour, sugar, coffee granules (Make sure you ask an adult first!). What substances were soluble and which were insoluble?
This link has more information about dissolving:
- If a material dissolves in a liquid it creates a solution, but can you work out a way of getting the solution back. For example, if you dissolve salt in water, is there a way of getting the salt back? Is the change reversible?
- Explore how mixtures might be separated. You could create a mixture with different substances eg water, salt, stones and sand, all mixed together. Can you work a way of separating the mixture back into the different substances? (Again, ask first!) Once you’ve had a try, look at this link to learn more about separating mixtures.https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcvv4wx/articles/zw7tv9q