This week we are looking at non- fiction information texts related to our Science Topic of Adaptation and Evolution.
Tuesday - read the non fiction text about Darwin very carefully then answer the questions to find the relevant information.
This week we are continuing to look at measures and will be finding the areas of different shapes and exploring how we can use fomula to calculate areas and perimeters.
Task 1. watch the explanation video carefully and complete the activities given.
Task 2. Answer the questions on the task sheets.
Tuesday 2nd March - Science
As we have approached the end of our topic of evolution and adaptation, today’s lesson should act as a summary of the work we have covered. Your task is to create a glossary of key terms related to evolution and adaptation, which can be shared with future year groups to help them with their learning. Examples of glossaries are included in the resources below. You can pick and choose your own key words or phrases related to our topic but the key word list from the first session (included in resources) will act as a good guide. As your audience is children, please remember to make your language child friendly (no copying and pasting from Wikipedia) and pictures and diagrams can be used to help illustrate your definitions.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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