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Maths Wednesday 3rd March

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Language

 

Create a glossary

 

In today’s activity you will be creating a glossary. A glossary is a list of words or terms and what they mean.

 

They are usually found at the end of a book or a report to explain hard to read or special words about the book or reports subject.

 

For example, in a book about rivers there may be the word Confluence

The glossary will give you the definition of the word.

 

Confluence – The junction of two rivers

 

The words are always in alphabetical order.

 

Maths

Decimals

 

Support

Ordering decimals with one decimal place by value.

 

Extend

Ordering and comparing the value of decimals to three decimal places.

Teaching video here;

 

Science

 

The seven life processes

 

Today in Literacy we have been looking at creating a glossary. A glossary is a list of words or terms and what they mean.

 

They are usually found at the end of a book or a report to explain hard to read or special words about the book or reports subject.

 

What are life processes?

 

“Life processes are the series of actions that are essential to determine if something is alive.”

 

What are the life processes?

 

There are seven essential processes in common: movement, respiration, sensitivity, growth, reproduction, excretion and nutrition

MRS GREN.

 

Create a glossary to explain each of the seven life processes.

 

Application of skill learned in English

Complete the English task before attempting the Science this week

 

Wellbeing

 

Conjure up a magic wand.

  • Attach a leaf by its stalk to the end of a straightish stick with masking tape or sticky tape.
  • Wind string or wool around the stick to cover up the tape and on other sections if you wish.
  • Using glue or double-sided tape, stick leaves and petals to the stick and to the large leaf at the top.
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