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Tuesday 5th May

English

L.O. TO write a non-fiction book

This is it!  Time to put all your hard work together. You can spend the rest of this week presenting all your work. You can  write it out neatly by hand thinking about where you are going to put heading, subheadings, pictures, caption, diagrams and any other information that you may have found out.  Or, if you would prefer, you can type it up using a word processing programme such as word or publisher. 

You will also need to create a front cover and a spine and don't forget to put your blurb onto the back cover. 

If you have time, you could also add a contents page and an index. 

If you have Microsoft Publisher, here is a template which may get you going. You can add more pages or  places for pictures and captions if you need them. 

I can't wait to see your finished books! Good Luck!

Maths

L.O. To calculate perimeter

Work through the powerpoint to help you to practise calculating (working out) perimeter. There are 3 different sheets in the document below. Choose the one that you feel will challenge you, or just do all 3!

Science

L.O. To know the parts of a flowering plant

If you  have a Twinkl account, you can use the interactive ebook below to find out all the parts of  plants and flowers. 

If not, use the powerpoint below or watch the videos to find out! 

Then there are 2 sheets you can complete: one to help you  to label the parts of a flower (there are  answers too!). The other sheet is a matching activity to help you to remember what each part does. 

Don't forget to record the height and any observations of your plant. Let me know how it's getting on!

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