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Glastonbury Thorn School

       

English

Monday

WAIL to understand how animals survive in frozen water during the winter

Success criteria: I can say how animals survive in the pond in winter

Today we will be thinking scientifically and using our maths skills to do an experiment to help us understand how animals survive in a pond during the winter.

You will need:

a small container 3/4 full of water

some small plastic toys that sink to the bottom

A thermometer, for measuring the temperature of the water

(If you have a thermometer you will be able to do your experiment independently, if not follow the teaching video and record the temperatures that Mrs Pritchard measures, and observe the changes in your own container).

You will need to stop start the video to investigate your own experiment and record the temperatures in your table. 

Tuesday

WAIL to understand where different animals are in a food chain                                                     Success criteria: I can say what a food chain is

Wednesday

WAIL to write an information book

Success criteria I can write about a food chain

We will be making a fold out book so you will need:

4 sheets of paper

A pencil and some colouring pencils or felt tips

glue or tape

Thursday

WAIL to write an information book

Success criteria I can write about food chains

We will be completing our food chain books today so you will need:

The book you started yesterday

A pencil and some colouring pencils or felt tips

Friday

WAIL to retrieve information and present that in writing

Success criteria I can answer questions on text that I read

This week's English lesson is presented as a quiz-please follow the link and answer the questions.

Handwriting

Please select the cursive or joined cursive letter formation practise that is appropriate for your child. You can select a couple of pages to practise today.

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