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Tuesday 9th June

English

L.O. To plan a jungle diary log. 

So   we are nearly ready to write up your journal entry for you jungle adventure!  You can re-read the example from last week, then use the planning sheet to help you to organise your ideas. If you don't have a printer, just use the heading from the sheet on screen and write your ideas in your yellow book. I'm looking forward to reading your journals. I wonder where your adventures will take us!

 

Maths

L.O. To recognise right, acute and obtuse angles

Watch the video below: it's the crazy guys again! A few people told me how much they enjoyed them!  They will remind you about different types of angles. Can you go on an angle hunt? Have a look around your house and garden. How many different angles can you find? Which type of angle  can you find the most of? You can record a few in your yellow book , or maybe take a few photos and upload them onto the blog for other people to see. 

If you'd like a challenge, try the Alien angle game by following the link below. 

Acute and Obtuse Angles

Science

L.O. To learn about Wetland creatures

Either print out or read the information cards about different  animals that you may find in a wetland habitat. See how many different ways that you can sort them out. (A little bit like you do with new spellings!)

When you've done that, try grouping them into vertebrates and invertebrates  (see the picture below for definitions)

Can  you sort out the  vertebrates and invertebrates into smaller groups? Use the information on the pictures below to help you. 

If you are able to, maybe you could go for a walk by the canal, river , pond or lake to see if you can find any of these creatures in their natural environment. If you do, take a picture (or draw one!) ad share it with us. 

Optional Science Activity

If you have a pond in your garden, you could watch this video to learn about how to create a home for frogs and toads in your garden.

How to make your own toad hall from a garden pot

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