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Understanding different types of reproduction in plants

December2

What’s the same? What’s different? These are great questions when it comes to understanding how different types of plants reproduce. We had to work with our shoulder partner to compare the reproductive process of two different plants. We also had a list of key vocabulary to use to make sure that we were talking like […]

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Key features of a balanced argument

November13

We worked with our shoulder partner to identify the key features of a balanced argument. We then had to put them into a ‘Diamond 9’ formation with the most important at the top. We will use our ‘Diamond 9’ as a success criteria when we write our own balanced arguments next week.

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More Science…

November13

We tested each other by reading out some ‘What am I?’ clues to make sure that we know all the parts of a flowering plant and what they do. If you want to test yourself, the clues are at the bottom of this post. I protect the flower when it is growing. I am the […]

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Science: Reproduction in flowering plants

November5

We used one of our favourite activities (the Running Reporter) to identify the different parts of a flowering plant. We also had to find out what each part does and why it is important.

More Black History Day

October21

Here’s our Black History Month presentation about Jesse Owens.  

Black History Day

October20

On Friday, we celebrated Black History Month by learning about Jesse Owens – an influential black athlete who won four gold medals at the 1936 Olympic Games. We used a Running Reporter to find out all about him. We then discussed chronology before creating a timeline of Jesse Owens’s life.

Verb tenses

October3

In English, we’ve been learning how to form the progressive form of verbs. You need the verb ‘to be’ and a verb that ends in -ing.

More place value

October3

We’ve been using counters and place value grids to help us count forwards and backwards in steps of 10, 100, 1000 and 10000. It’s tricky – especially when you have to ‘bridge’ – but we’re getting the hang of it!      

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Finding out about National Parks

September30

We used ‘Running Reporter’ and atlases to find out about national parks. We found out that there are 15 national parks in the UK and that the Lake District was one of the first ones.

Using ‘Numbered Heads Together’ in Geography

September20

We used an activity called ‘Numbered Heads Together’ to learn facts about the United Kingdom. We then created fact files to show what we had learned. Did you know that you could fit the United Kingdom into the USA 38 times? Or that approximately 84% of the UK’s population live in England?

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