In today's lesson we are looking at writing volume in millilitres and litres (ml and l). We need to know that there are 1000ml in a l., 1l = 1000ml. Different questions today will ask you to write in litres and in millilitres so be very careful and take your time!
Carrying on with our skill of 'visualisation' this week where we are creating mental pictures using the text, our own drawings and different points in the chapter. Choose one of the activities you haven't done yet. Use the text to help you!
So far this week, we have looked at the different features of a biography, collected facts about Charles Darwin and planned the content of three sub-headings. Our activity today focuses on using conjunctions in our biography. You need to very carefully read the sentences and decide which conjunction fits best. Afterwards, you need to write your own sentence that uses a conjunction. These sentences can be used in your biography later this week!
For today's Science activity, you need to go through the slides on the powerpoint which talk about the different food groups. Then you need to complete the activity below where you match the food group to the correct function, what does it do? Afterwards, you need to complete the activity where you find the nutritional information of ten items of food and record them in the table.
Practice your spellings using the games underneath.
The suffix –ly