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Thursday 11th

Maths

 

L/O: Fractions / Times Tables S/C: Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions & Times Tables

Refresh questions on mixed numbers, improper fractions, ordering and comparing fractions & equivalent fractions through some made up questions of your own. Re watch videos and create your own examples.

Log in to www.ttrockstars.com and practise your times tables for at least 20 minutes.

Fractions & ttrockstars

English

 

 Success Criteria: I can draft my emotive poem.

Edit your poem so far, make improvements to the structure, punctuation, grammar and spellings. Try to ensure you have included all of the non-negotiables you can. Finish drafting your poem.

Verses 5 & 6

Guided Reading

 

Complete the post reading task from the PowerPoint below.

Science

 

Life Cycles: Sexual and asexual reproduction of plants.

Work out which of the methods need a single plant only and which need two plants.  Discuss the difference between reproduction through seeds and reproduction through cuttings or bulbs and establish that seed production is the only method that needs two “parent” plants.  Explain that this is sexual reproduction – ova and pollen from a male and a female parent flower are joined to make the seed, so the seed is not quite the same as either of the parents.  In all the other methods the plants will have no new characteristics but will have the same characteristics as the parents. Children to write the definitions in their books.

Remind pupils that pollen is produced on the anther which is part of the stamen, the male part of the plant.  The pollen is therefore the male part of the two cells that need to join together to make a seed.  The female part is the ovule.  The pollen must be carried to the stigma if a seed is to be formed.  Many plants rely on insects for pollination but others use the wind.

Watch videos on pollination and fertilisation and write notes about the processes.

Children should write definitions of both in books and to make notes about both videos to show understanding. They should also make notes, showing understanding of both sexual and asexual reproduction of plants. 

What is pollination and how does it work? | Primary Biology - Plants

Suitable for teaching 5 to 11s. An overview of pollination and how it works through a mix of scientific enquiry and comedy.Subscribe for more Biology clips f...

Pollination and Fertilization in plants | Science |

Pollination & Fertilisation

Peterbrook Primary School, High Street, Solihull Lodge, Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands, B90 1HR

Tel: +44(0)121 4302545 office@peterbrook.solihull.sch.uk

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