3e. Friday 22nd January Resources and register
Before we begin, a riddle!
Answer to yesterday's riddle: You finished in 2nd place.
Riddle: Kate’s mother has three children: Snap, Crackle and ___?
Find the answer on next Monday's home learning page.
Use this page to register and for resources and videos for Friday's lessons.
No English today as we had two lessons on Wednesday.
Complete the mental arithmetic. You should spend about 25-30 minutes completing it. Once you have finished, mark your answers.
Challenge 2: Can you solve a question in a different way?
Challenge 3: Can you use the inverse operation (opposite) to check if your answer is correct?
This week we are learning about ‘gue’ making the /g/ sound. Our words for the week are:
Challenge 1: tongue, catalogue,
Challenge 2: synagogue, plague, league
Challenge 3: rogue, fatigue, intrigue, vague, monologue, dialogue
NEED MORE HELP? Check out the Spelling Strategies download at the bottom of our Helpful Resources Page.
Zoom (Review of the Week)
Join us for a live zoom lesson reviewing the week. - There may even be time for some games!
- If possible, please have your R.E. and Science ready to show.
- Also be ready to talk about the what you have learnt this week.
Please check your emails for times and login details.
Lesson 4: EXPERIMENT
Our aims for this week were:
- describe the simple functions of the basic parts of the digestive system in humans.
- identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions.
Now it’s time to experiment! You have two to choose from! You do not need to complete both the experiments, pick your favourite and have a go. I would
Experiment 1: Homemade digestive system (making a poo!)
Click on this link to find out what you need and what you need to do. The video included lots of different ingredients, however, we do not believe you need all of these.
You will need:
- clear plastic bag
-weetabix or digestive biscuits
- warm water
- one leg of an old pair of tights
- tea towel
If you can, take pictures and email them in.
Experiment 2: Tooth decay
Using eggs which are made from a material that is very similar to our tooth enamel. Enamel plays a very important role in protecting our teeth from damage.
Join Miss O'Brien in investigation the impact certain drinks will have on egg shell.
I would like you to record what happens to your eggs, below is an example but you can make up your own.
You will need:
-4 clear cups
-4 drinks ( 1 will need to be water and 1 will need to be milk).
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