Good morning everyone, I hope you enjoyed the snow flurries yesterday.
Today you will be working on reading graphs and pictograms again in maths and following on with your throwing and catching skills in PE. We'll also be continuing with our Science topic today with a look at how big rocks become small rocks through weathering, erosion and the movement of tectonic plates. I'd like to continue with homophones in English with a a few riddles - see if you can work out the homophones.
Today I'd like you to practise, where possible, throwing and catching using the skills taught in lessons with Mr Mulock. So you'll need to try chest pass, overhead pass, shooting - remember that claw hold and finally a bounce pass. If you can do this outside all the better, depending on the weather of course.
Today you will be continuing to read data from a pictogram as well as constructing pictograms using information given. Remember to make all the pictures the same size and all the columns the same width and don't forget the key.
You'll need to think carefully to solve the riddles unless you remember these....
Once you have guessed them you need to write them in pairs like this bear - bare and then write 3 sentences using both homophones in each sentence like this:
I was walking through the bare winter woods when I saw a big, brown bear eating honey.
Today you'll be discovering what makes rocks change shape and size and what causes them to wear away to become teeny, tiny rocks.