This is our science knowledge organiser, you can take a look at what things we will be covering this term in science.
Following on from our lesson this morning use the labels and your own ideas to describe what happens at the different stages of a human's life. Perhaps you can dig out some old photographs of you and look at how you have changed. Think about what you can do now that you couldn't do when you were a toddler, or a baby.
Here are the different stages.
You can present your work in anyway you like.
You might draw a timeline of the different stages and put your ideas underneath
Make a booklet (there is a template below if you can print)
Create a brainstorm of human life and use a different colour for each stage
Make a poster
Use sentences to describe what happens and how we change,
The choice is yours!
Following on from your fantastic work yesterday with our tally charts I would like you to continue to practise that way of recording by completing the activities below.
Think carefully about what the phrases - least popular and most popular mean.
If you'd like some extra work to do today there are some reasoning challenges below.
Good Luck and think carefully. You can print them out if you can or you can read the questions from the screen and record your answers.
There are also some online games to explore too, just follow the link.
Today I would like you to make a sandwich - so you might like to do this lesson before lunch or maybe an afternoon snack!
Look at the muddled sequence of sandwich making below, can you work out the order of the pictures to show the correct way of making a sandwich? You don't need to make a ham sandwich, you can use any sandwich filling you like.
When you have finished making your sandwich think about the different steps you needed to complete to make it and draw a picture sequence like the one above but yours will need to be in the correct order. I'd love to see some pictures of your sandwiches!
You will need your picture sequence for tomorrow's live lesson.