Today's work is from the National Oak Academy website. The PowerPoint below will explain each task for you. There are links for each subject which will have a little video that will go through what you need to do.
All activities are explained below and all worksheets and quiz questions are attached to the PowerPoint.
If you do any work on paper at home please attached a photo onto seesaw or email it to your teacher as we would love to see your work.
Follow the link below. Watch the little video clip about 'Exploring tens and ones' and then work through the questions and worksheet attached to the PowerPoint.
Follow the link below. Watch the little video clip about 'Presenting your Information'. For this lesson , you will be using your map from yesterdays lesson to presents facts about tigers. You will be pretending to be a news reporter who is observing tiger in their natural habitat. You will be using the facts you've gathered to explain what you can see.
You will need to record your work and then upload onto Seesaw.
Follow the link below. Watch the little video clip about 'How can you measure rainfall'.
There are mini tasks for you to answer and then an investigation for you to carry out. Follow the instructions carefully and set up your experiment to measure the rain fall for the next week.
Remember to keep recording in your daily weather log.
Follow the link below. Watch the little video clip about 'Where are the Wolds Oceans'. There are mini activities where you will explore the oceans and the continents surrounding them.
Any work done on paper, please remember to load up onto seesaw.