L.O. To write a glossary
A glossary is like a little dictionary at the back of non-fiction books. It tells you the meaning of words just to do with the topic of the book. Today, you are going to create a glossary for your non-fiction book. Work through the PowerPoint to guide you and you can also watch the video , especially if you don't have a glossary in any of the books you have at home .
L.O. To solve problems using time
Log onto your MyMaths account to work through the lessons there and complete the online homework , solving problems about time.
L.O. To recognise similarities and differences in historical buildings.
Watch the video below for a virtual tour of the house at Lyme Park. As you watch (you may want to watch more than once), write down anything that you notice that is the same as things we use today and anything that is different. For example, you may notice that there are chairs and sofas (something that we still use today), but they are very large and fancy (different to ones we use in our own homes). You could draw some of the items you see, or write in your yellow book.