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Tuesday

Writing 9.2.21

Today, you are going to write about your alebrijes.  You are going to include background information, a very detailed description of what your creature looks like and the reasons why you have chosen this animal / how they might be of assistance to you.

Maths

 

Mr Grant and Mr Lawson's groups (2, 3 and 4)

Complete the conversions

  1. 1l = _____ml
  2. 3kg = ____g
  3. 4l = ____ml
  4. 500ml = ____l
  5. 2.5kg = _____g
  6. 2800g = ______kg
  7. 3m = ____cm
  8. 50cm = ____m
  9. 4km = ______m

 

Mrs Dawsons Group (1)

Insert the correct symbol (<, >, =)

Afternoon

1. Fill in your weather diary

 

2. Polar and Tropical  A-Z fun. For each letter, think of an animal or other living organism you could find in the Polar or Tropical Regions.

 

A:  Arctic Fox (Polar)

B:  Bamboo (Tropical)

C:

D: Dart Frog (Tropical)

E: Elephant Seal (Polar)

F:

Etc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Look at the two graphs.  Fill in the speech bubbles to explain what they show about how the average temperature of the world and the change in the area of ice in the polar regions. How has the climate changed in the Polar and Tropical regions over the last century?

 

 

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