Start by having a go at the flashback 4 question and mark your answers from the next slide.
Today we will be continuing with time and looking at analogue to digital times on a 12 hour clock. Spend some time practicing showing different times on an analogue clock so that you feel more confident.
To help with our understanding of a story we need to know what all of the words mean. Have a go at the wonderful words activity of Page 11.
Top Tip - Find the word in the text and read the sentence it is in to help you think about what the word might mean. Remember some words can mean more than one thing.
Once you have finished that, complete the activity on Page 12. There may be some other words that you may need to find out the meaning of and then have a go a using some of the words you have used today to write in your own sentences.
How is water transported in plants?
How do you think water is transported in plants?
Have a look at the explanation below. Were you right?
The process of water transportation is the way water moves through a plant.
The roots absorb water from the soil.
The stem transports water to the leaves.
Water evaporates from the leaves.
This evaporation causes more water to be sucked up the stem.
The water is sucked up the stem like water being sucked up through a straw.
Watch a video here showing the process with a white carnation. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/science-ks1-ks2-ivys-plant-workshop-how-does-water-get-from-the-roots-to-the-leaves/zdtfjhv
Explain what you have learnt to someone else.
The parts of a flower
Can you name any parts of a flower? Have a look at the powerpoint below to find out. Then have a look at the picture of the flower and label all of the parts.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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