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Thursday 23.04.20

Thursday 23rd April

English

I hope you are enjoying our dinosaur week and are becoming dino detectives!

Today’s image is the thing of nightmares…can you get our hearts pounding in this terrifying story?

Please copy the last paragraph and then use your imagination and English skills to continue this frightening adventure!

Maths

Today in Maths we are going to revise over perimeters. Your challenge is to identify the correct enclosure for each of the different species of dinosaur.

 

MOUTH ON FIRE

Hexagons:

WALT: Solve problems involving perimeter.

You have 50m of fencing in total

  • Can you come up with different shape enclosures for the Stegosaurus using all 50m of fencing?  Remember to label your designs with measurements.

 

Think about using decimals to make your enclosures more interesting.  E.g. One side might be 10.5m.  The perimeter of each MUST equal 50m.

 

EXT: Can you create 3 different rectangular enclosures using all 50m of fencing, now find out the area of each.  Do you think they will have the same area or be different?

Science, Art and Maths

 

The Great Dinosaur Mystery!

 

Today I am challenging you as dino detectives to find use the factsheets to find the answers to big question number 2 and 3!

 

2. Where might the dinosaur have lived? You will sort data, which will help you to demonstrate an understanding of how animals and plants in two different habitats are suited to their environment. When sorting these organisms onto the Venn diagram try to draw a simple line picture under each organism name.

 

3. What might it have eaten? Identify animal adaptations related to diet.
Class Dojo
  • Earhart:
  • Attenborough:
  • Lovelace:
  • Pankhurst:
  • Parks:
  • Owens:
  • Goodall:
  • Gandhi:
  • Frank:
  • Hawking:
  • Ali:
  • Thunberg:
  • Luther-King:
  • Kahlo:
Class Attendance
  • Earhart 100%
  • Attenborough 98.3%
  • Lovelace 91.7%
  • Pankhurst 97%
  • Parks 94.1%
  • Owens 96%
  • Goodall 98.1%
  • Gandhi 98.6%
  • Frank 91.9%
  • Hawking 93.3%
  • Ali 86.2%
  • Thunberg 90.4%
  • Luther-King 95.7%
  • Kahlo 84%
Overall Attendance: 0
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