Wednesday 6th May
Happy Wednesday Class 4,
I am loving hearing that you are all enjoying the learning for this week! Keep it up. I am very excited to have 32 fitness videos to try out.
|10-10.30||Science part 1|
|11-12.15||Science part 2|
First, we need to do a different type of exercise today. Mrs Murray has sent us a challenge which you can complete today or if not, I would like you to try some yoga (links below)
Today would have been the Four Elms Dream Team's favourite event of the year: the local derby race at Chiddingstone school.
To mark the occasion, the Dream Team would like to challenge all children to run/jog either 1km or 2km (your choice) between now and next Wednesday.
I will award raffle tickets to anyone who takes part, and Mrs Murray has a special prize for the best effort and a prize for the cheeriest photo.
All you have to do is: choose your distance, complete the challenge, then send a photo with a brief description of the course and conditions (eg were there any hills? was it muddy? what was the weather like?) to me.
The deadline will Wednesday 13th April.
Remember to measure your heart rate and fill in our evaluation form
L.O. To know the importance of cooling down.
SC1. I can state why a cool down is important.
SC2. I can plan effective cool down activities.
Please ignore that I said we would fill our exercise videos on Friday, I completely forgot about the bank holiday.
L.O. To know what happens to nutrients in our digestive system.
SC1. I can label the parts of the human digestive system.
SC2. I can state the physical process of extracting nutrients from food.
SC3. I can state what nutrients are extracted from food.
Don't forget to label your digestive system (attached) before moving on to part 2 of our science lesson.
We have an experiment to do (sorry in advance to all the parents!). If you cannot do it today, watch the video below of someone having a go. Step by step instructions can be found on the BBC link.
Afterwards you are going to need to do some research to answer the following questions.
1) How are nutrients broken down?
2) What do carbohydrates get broken down into?
3) What do protein molecules get broken down into?
4) What do fat molecules get broken down into?
Dear Year 6,
Please look at the table attached.
Read through each question and please answer if the statement is totally true, mainly true or not true.
What do your answers tell you about your levels of grit?
Dear Year 5,
Please read the worksheet and draw out the 3 boxes escape,express and explore.
Draw 3 symbols or pictures in each box.
Learn the three different ways to react when one is feeling frustrated.