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Monday 22nd June 2020

Daily Reading- 22.06.2020

 

Remember to read daily- look at what could happen if you do not...

Attached is a reading challenge too for you to have a think about- good luck! Try to choose one of the reading challenges to complete today and send this into me...

 

 

Times Table Rockstars- 22.06.2020

 

A chance for you to perfect those times tables today...good luck!

Duchess of Cambridge Kindness Assembly

Last week, the Duchess of Cambridge hosted an assembly all about 'Kindness'. Today, I would like you to watch and think about this within the first part of your learning. Think of it as we normally would have an assembly on a Monday morning! Click the image above to watch... 

Science Learning (22.06.2020)

Solids, Liquids and Gases- States of Matter

Click the image above to watch our first learning video around the different 'states of matter'...

 

Task 1- There are four learning videos within this compilation of clips and some specialist scientific vocabulary. Can you write down some scientific words you find out about and either write their meaning/ draw a diagram related to what they mean?

 

Today, there are a lot of small tasks I want yo to engage with linked to solids, liquids and gases. All of them are displayed below:

 

Task 2- Look at the Solids, Liquids and Gases Venn diagram. Can you split the pictures into solids liquids and gases?

 

Task 3- Look at the Powerpoint below. It shows you the movement of particles in solids, liquids and gases and how they differ. Can you act out the particle movements in solids, liquids and gases? You may also want to complete the solids, liquids and gases 'cloze activity'...

 

If you get time at the end of todays session, you could try this experiment. Fill a bottle with sand, a bottle with water and a bottle just with air. Then compare! What do you notice are the differences when you squeeze the bottles? When you shake the bottles? Draw a diagram and note down the difference! The following video should help you see this too...

 

 

I hope this lesson gives you a stronger understanding of particle movement in solids, liquids and gases...

 

 


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