Spellings

Spellings Week 12

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We will continue to review all the Year 3 and 4 spellings until January. This week, pupils will work with spellings that have the long and short i sounds in them.

Our words to learn this week (ready for testing NEXT week) are:

Arrive

Describe

Environment

Identity

Imagine

Interest

Island

Minute

Notice

Particular

Possible

Promise

Sacrifice

Sincere

Surprise

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Coral and the Impact on Environments and Living Things!

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Coral class started looking at the impact of changes on the environment and living things. They learnt that there are two different family of changes: the natural one like volcanoes, storms, etc and the one cause by humans with pollution.

The children noticed that some of the natural changes have been altered by the excessive pollution, causing an increase of annual rainfall in some places or droughts in others. All these changes do not only affect animals and the environment in which they live, but affects also humans.

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At home learning support – Science: 01/12/20

Today we are going to be looking at environmental changes to habitats and how they may be impacting our local communities. To start off, have a think and jot down some ideas that you have about what types of environmental changes there are and what impact they have.

There are a range of environmental changes that can occur to habitats, including:

Activity: Think about each of the environmental changes above – which ones can you see in your local community and what is the impact that this has on the habitat for the animals that live there?

Share your thoughts in the comment section and remember to email your work to us!

Maths

Home Learning Support 01/12/20: Maths

LI: To read time to the nearest minute.

What did we learn yesterday?

What time is it?

What other times do you know?

How do you say if the minutes hand is on 4? How do you say if the minutes hand is on 10?

Today, we will be concentrating on how to read time to the nearest five minutes. Are you ready? It will be easy, do not worry!

If you are learning from home, please, send us your work to the following email:

year5@heaversfarm.croydon.sch.uk

Foundation/Topic, History

Home Learning Support – 1/12/20: History

Morning! Today in History we are thinking about all our learning about the Maya this half term.

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Mind Map Model:

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Now, look through the following sources we have examined over the last term. Pick 3 and create your mind map. Remember to sketch your source and then answer our three questions.

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When you have finished. Comment what thing you have enjoyed most from learning about the Maya in our history lessons!