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Foundation - Art @10am

It's time to draw-a-long with Rob! The draw-a-long is live at 10am, however the video will be added to the website if you would prefer to draw at a different time.

Pop a photo of your completed picture on Seesaw so we can see your great drawings!  Remember that once you have the outline of your drawing, you can adapt it to develop your own personal style.

English - Non-chronological reports

Our English lesson today is based on identifying features of non-chronological reports. The features we will be looking at are:

  • modal verbs,
  • relative clauses,
  • facts and figures,
  • expanded noun phrases. 

 

Follow the instructions from the video- remembering to pause and complete the activities when asked to. Use the 'next activity' or green dots at the bottom of the page to navigate through.

 

Remember to add to your magpie page as you watch the video.

 

Below you will find a link to a printable version of the slides.

 

After completing your task - resume the video for feedback to self mark and edit your work before uploading on seesaw.

 

Don't forget the exit quiz!

If you have any questions or technical issues, send us a message wither via email or on seesaw.

Spelling

Using the grid at the bottom of your English task, complete the look, cover, write, check process for each of your spelling words.

 

If you are super quick, you can try the spelling test with Mrs Blake at the end of the English video today - or you can pause the video to give you a little more time.

Maths

Today you will be revising Roman Numerals up to 1000. The Learning Reminders should remind you of all the different letters if you cannot remember them. The most important thing to remember is how the system shows 4s and 9s. Remember that you cannot have more than four symbols to represent a number. If you wanted to write the number 9, you would need to place an I to represent 1 in front of a X to represent 10. This shows that you are taking away the smaller value from the bigger value.

 

1. Choose your level of challenge. Continue the numbers in the sequences. As you work out the sequence, write the value of the numbers on top to help you.

Complete the A Bit Stuck section if you need to. Write the numbers in the green box as Roman Numerals and then have a go the numbers in the red box. Then try to fill in the 100 square grid.

2. Have a go at the Investigation. 

 

Foundation: Science

 

Today you will be learning about reversible and irreversible changes. Have a think about what the word reverse means. When we reverse a car we are able to go backwards. Some materials we can change into a new and then reverse the change. For example, we can melt ice and turn it into water, but we can then reverse this change by freezing the water back into ice. However, for other materials once they are changed this cannot be reversed. This is an irreversible change. Read through the Powerpoint making sure that you stop on the slides listed below.

 

1. Stop on Slide 4 and watch the video. It shows how cooking an egg is an irreversible change.

2. Read through until Slide 9. Open up the reversible and irreversible worksheet. You will see different pictures showing how you can change a material. Cut out the pictures and sort them based on whether you think you can reverse the change. There are two challenges to choose from.

3. Read through until Slide 10. You will now have the opportunity to make your own irreversible changes. There are two things we would like you to mix. These are milk and vinegar, and bicarbonate or soda and vinegar. Please do not worry if you are missing an ingredient at home. Observe carefully what happens when you mix the two materials. Choose which worksheet you would like to complete as you carry out your investigation.

 

Please send us pictures onto Seesaw so that we can create another gallery. 

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