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Term 3 Topics
We have been using the Oak Academy Lessons on Oliver Twist. These include short videos and tasks linked to the famous Charles Dickens novel.
States of Matter
- To group or sort materials into solids, liquids and gases.
- To observe that some materials change state when heated or cooled.
- To understand and use the terms evaporation and condensation.
- To describe solids, liquids and gases.
We have been learning about 2D and 3D shapes and their properties.
We will be moving on to looking at angles, area and perimeter.
Our topic this term is Biomes. We are following the Oak Academy Unit for Biomes but I have also included a link to the BBC Bitesize unit.
Biomes are areas of our planet with similar climates, landscapes, animals and plants. What lives in each biome depends on:
- how warm or cold it is
- how dry or wet it is
- how fertile the soil is
The animals in a biome depend upon plants for food. The plants in a biome often also depend upon the animals for spreading pollen and seeds so that new plants can grow. So both plants and animals rely on each other to stay alive
We have been looking at different notations including semibreves, crochets and rests.
Our topic for this term is 'Right and Wrong' as well as including some wellbeing activities.