Today, we will be looking at the different properties of 3D shapes including their faces, edges, vertices and curved surfaces.
To help deepen your understanding of all of these things, have a look at the PowerPoint below.
Once you have done this, you have 3 options to choose from:
1. Complete the worksheet attached below to create your own 3D shape fact file.
2. Using the same shapes that are on the worksheet, create your own informative PowerPoint.
3. Using the same shapes that are on the worksheet, create your own informative poster.
At the end of the PowerPoint and attached as a separate document below, you can find some 3D shapes that you could copy and paste or print for your PowerPoints/posters. However, if you would like to, you can browse the internet and use your own 3D shape pictures!
Once you have done this, if you would like that extra challenge, there is an extension sheet to have a go at!
We look forward to seeing what you create!
Today we would like you to write the non-chronological report you researched yesterday on either a pet or a creature you could find in your garden. We would like you to take care presenting your report - remember joined handwriting and a carefully drawn image.
Below you can find a template that you can use to help organise your writing.
We can't wait to see your reports on Seesaw!
Our focus for this week is on Homophones and Near Homophones.
Today you can flip a coin to see how you will learn your spellings!
here, hear, heel, heal, main, mane, mail, male, knot, not.