Early Bird Morning Spellings
Select your colour and complete your spiral spellings today.
Can you use them in a sentence?
WALT: research and make notes.
You are going to learn about penguins in Antarctica this lesson. You are going to learn to research and learn facts. You will then make notes to condense lots of information into a few words - NOT full sentences!
You should make notes under the following subheadings:
Other Interesting facts
eat regurgitated food
grow fluffy feathers
stay in groups called creches when parents hunt
WALT: construct a tally chart.
We have finished our multiplication and division topic and are today starting our statistics topic. Statistics is all about data and how we record, read and understand it.
When you tally responses you record up to 4 lines ( IIII ) and then the 5th response will go across the 4 and closes the gate. It then becomes easier to count your responses when dealing with high numbers of data.
WALA: Food Chains
Today you are going to be learning all about food chains and food chains that you may find in Antarctica.
When you are watching the video clip think about these questions
· What is a food chain?
Where do humans fit into food chains?
· What is a producer?
· What is a consumer?
· What happens if you remove part of a food chain?
Your activity is to research into and find out about a food chain that you may find in Antarctica for example:
Plankton ⇒Fish ⇒ Emperor Penguin ⇒ Orca
Once you have your Antarctica food chain you will need to make it. There are various ways you can make it and below there are some example pictures below of different ideas to help.
GET ARTY!! just remember we are focusing on a food chain that you would find in Antarctica