Carrying on with time this week, we will be looking at years, weeks, months and days.
Timelines are a way of ordering events in chronological important. We often use them in history. Start by creating a timeline of events in your life. How specific can you be? Can you remember years or months and days too?
How many days are in each months? Can you remember the rhyme?
Try out the flashback 4 questions. The answers are on the second slide.
Then, have a go at the worksheet below and let us know how you get on on the blog :)
Today we will be carrying on with the unit 'The Impossibly Possible Bookshop'. Remind yourself of the story either using the actions or story map you worked on yesterday.
Remember to keep looking back at the text to help you.
Today in science we will be looking at plants. How many plants can you name? Can you describe them? In your garden or on a walk, try to identify different plants that you can see.
Plants are essential to life on Earth. They provide food for animals to eat; a place for animals to live and produce oxygen in the air that we breathe.
There are 7 life processes that tell you if something is alive. Do you know what any of them are? (CLUE: MRS GREN)
Plants need certain conditions to help them grow well. Do you know what they are? Have you ever looked after a plant? What did you have to do to let it grow? You could create a fact sheet all about plants and add to it as you learn more.
Could you identify the different parts of a plant? What are the jobs of the different parts? We would like you to either draw your own plant or use the parts of a plant worksheet (choose one) below to label the parts and explain the function.
If you want to find out more or need some help look at these websites
https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-3/subjects/foundation/ (Scroll down to plants)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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