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Wednesday

Writing

Think of at least 5 questions to ask an older relative about their ancestors.  Sometimes, even as adults, we do not know a lot about our family history.  See if you can find out some interesting information about your family's past.  Are there any funny stories?  Was anyone famous?  Did they live local or come from a different country?  How did their life compare with yours?

Maths

 

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

Reduce each of the following amounts by 50%, 10% 20%, 5% and 15%

 

 

                       £100, £300, £250, £1000

 

 

Mrs Dawson's group (1) - dividing by 10 and 100

 

Divide these numbers by 10 and 100:

    

 

                  5000,  8530,  600,  203,  74,  40,  6,  3.7

Afternoon

 

Session 1

Complete your weather diary

Watch this video from Oak Academy

Lesson 2: What makes up the weather?

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-makes-up-the-weather-70tk4c

 

There is a short quiz to begin with to see what you remember from the last lesson, watch the video and then complete the quiz to see what you have learned.

 

     Choose on type of weather. Divide a sheet of a paper into quarters. In each draw a picture that shows one way in  which your chosen type of weather affects humans. Use the examples from the video or think of your own.

 

Session 2 - Geography Climate Zones

The climate zones are polar, tropical, Mediterranean and desert.

Find or draw an example of what places in each zone might look like and then describe the climate in the zone.

 

 

 

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