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SCIENCE

WALT compare animal teeth

This week in Science we are looking at animal teeth.

By looking at animal teeth we can find out what types of food animals eat and whether they are a herbivore, carnivore or an omnivore.

Animals have incisors, canines and molar just like us.

 

Do you know the difference between a herbivore, carnivore and omnivore?

Have a look below at the types of teeth that fit these categories;

 

Watch the following videos to help you gain a better understanding.

 

 

Skull detectives: Understanding Mammal Skulls!

Mammal skulls can tell you amazing amount about an animal's biology. Was it a predator or a prey species? What did it eat - plants, meat, or a combination of both?

Can you match the animal skulls to the animals and the types of food it eats?

P4P: Can you create a fact sheet about animals and their teeth? Include facts about what they eat and the types of teeth they have. Which teeth are the biggest and why?

ENGLISH

READING WALT translate a poem

Zoom lesson 1

Watch the video to watch a girl reading 'My Hoggie' by Robert Burns. What do you think 'hoggie' is?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFCxFyqA1rE

Translate the poem into English dialect using the Scottish dictionary below. Highlight the Scottish words and write what they mean in English.

 

Can you explain what the poem is about? 

How does Robert Burns feel about his 'hoggie'?
Is there a moral to the poem?

 

 

 

READING

Spend 30 minutes reading on bug club and then try to complete the quiz on the story you have read. Click on the picture below to take you to bug club. Enjoy reading :)

 

Maths

WALT divide 2 by 1-digit number

Zoom lesson 2

Welcome to Day 2. 

Today we will be continuing to use Place Value Tables and Part Part Whole models to solve division calculations. Please see images of models below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part Part Whole Model

 

Today we will also be looking at the relationship between multiplication facts. Look below at this image:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You should notice that the number you are dividing by (divisor) is halving each time, 8 to 4 to 2. As a result of this the quotient (answer) is doubling each time, 12 becomes 24 becomes 48.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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