Tuesday 2nd March 2021
9am - 9:10am: SPaG
SPaG - Answers
9:10am - 9:55am: English - Lesson 6 -
To plan a narrative build-up
In this lesson we will discuss the purpose of a narrative build-up. We will then re-watch a clip from the film 'Whale Rider' and describe the characters' actions.
Please note that the death of a mother and brother are briefly mentioned in this lesson. If this is a sensitive topic for your child, please make sure they are adequately supervised. There are also stills from a film clip which feature some violence in the context of a Maori tradition.
Click the link to begin the lesson: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-plan-a-narrative-build-up-6th30c
10am - 10:30am: Morning Zoom
Follow the link sent to your parents for today's zoom.
Maths - Worksheet
Maths - Answers
12pm - 12:15pm: Times Table Rock Stars Competition Week
Continuing the competition:
Remember to get points for your team you need to complete activities on garage, studio and sound check.
But also spend time practicing the tables you find the hardest: like the 4s, 6s, 8s or 9s.
1:15pm - 1:30pm: Reading
Read your own books at home or use getepic.
1:30pm - 2:40pm: Science
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 981 5214 4404
This term our science topic is States of Matter
There are three states of matter: solid, liquid and gas.
Today we are learning about liquids:
A liquid has a fixed volume but changes in shape to fit the container. A liquid can be poured and keeps a level, horizontal surface.
Some liquids flow less easily and are slow to pour.
READ Science Lesson 2 PowerPoint
Viscous: A viscous liquid flows less easily and is slow to pour.
Viscosity: The ‘thickness’ of a liquid is known as its viscosity. Viscous liquids like syrup and honey have a high viscosity. Liquids that flow easily like milk and water have a low viscosity.
Please take a photo of your work and email it to Mr Annakie who will forward it to me. It’s important I keep a record of all your hard work as it helps me to know how you are getting on.
The main activities to be completed is on the PowerPoint slide 5
Carefully draw the table using pencil and record your findings. (Print slide 5 if you prefer)
Extra Activity – Exploring liquids– Slide 6