Today we are learning about prepositions.
A preposition is a word that tells you where or when something is in relation to something else.
For example: My reading book is under yesterday’s newspaper.
We went to the park after we ate our dinner.
Prepositions can be at the start or in the middle of a sentence.
For example: Carrie went for a run before she went to work.
Before she went to work, Carrie went for a run.
Prepositions are very important as they can completely change the meaning of a sentence.
The car drove through the water.
The car drove by the water.
The car drove under the water.
Today we are continuing to find 1⁄4 ( a quarter)
A quarter is one out of four equal parts.
Today you are going to learn and find out all about Mary Anning and what she is famous for. This will give you a clue about what we are going to be learning in our science lessons over the weeks.
Click on the links and the powerpoint below to help you with your research. Once you have finished your research, complete the fact sheet using all the interesting information you have just found out.