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Tuesday 16th June

English

L.O. To read and understand a story

You can read  the story Mission Possible from the document below. If you would prefer, you can listen to the story by clinking on the link below.  Then, read  and answer the quiz questions at the end of the document.

You can  click on the padlet below and share your ideas and thoughts about the story. 

Maths

L.O. To identify Regular and Irregular Polygons

Following on from yesterday's work on regular and irregular polygons, I've set some MyMaths.  You can work    through the lesson if you would like to. 

Science

L.O. To    understand life cycles

Watch the  video below to learn all about life cycles.   There is a document below that an adult can read and work through with you . There are some key questions that you can discuss about life cycles.   There are also some activities that you can do inside and outside if you have the chance.   If you don't have a printer for the pictures, you can draw the different life cycle stages for a few of the animals.

Life cycle video.mp4

Still image for this video
If you want to go on a field trip,  we are lucky to have great places to visit nearby to us: How about Poynton Pool or Jacksons' Brickworks. You might find some of the creatures that we have been learning about. If you do, take pictures and share them with us!

Extra Challenge Science!

If you have time and are interested, here are a few other activities you can do. 

  • Take part in the Open University Pollinator Watch: you can find out about insects in your garden or another outdoor space 
  • Build  a lego bird table!
  • Earn yourself a Blue Peter badge for your work on learning about nature.

 

Let me know if you chose to do these! I'd love to see what you get up to. 

How to make your own Lego bird table

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