Literacy- Inverted Commas for Dialogue
Watch the Youtube video learn about when to use inverted commas for punctuating dialogue. Then complete the tasks in your books.
Watch the White Rose video called lesson one equivalent fractions (2). You will find this under summer week 1. If you have time, watch lesson two equivalent fractions (3) too. You can ignore the video when it tells you to do the worksheet part way through. Have a go at the attached sheet afterwards. See how much you can do!
Last Science lesson, you explored vertebrates... animals with a backbone. You explored how vertebrates could be classified into 5 different animal types. Today, we will be investigating invertebrates. Invertebrates are animals that don't have a backbone. Some have soft bodies, like worms, slugs and jellyfish. Other invertebrates, like insects, spiders and crustaceans, have a hard outer casing called an exoskeleton. This protects their body a bit like a suit of armour. Vertebrates have a backbone inside their body.
Today we are going on an invertebrate hunt! Your task involves exploring microhabitats and looking for invertebrates. Have a look in your garden if you have one, or go on a walk with an adult. Look carefully under logs, within plant beds, in the soil or grass to look for invertebrates. If you aren’t able to go outside at all, make some predictions about which invertebrates you think you would be able to find in your local area and use the internet to research and see If you were correct
Complete the Invertebrate Identification sheet to choose one of the invertebrates and draw a detailed diagram, name it, describe its habitat and its characteristics.