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Tuesday 31st March 2020



Today we will learn:



  • We have been learning about the analogue clock, including the minute and hour hands
  • We have been learning to tell time to the hour on an analogue clock.

Today we will:

  • be able to  get to know more about the  analogue clock
  • We will explore telling the time to the half hour using the term 'half past'


Remember we can tell the time in different ways:


Sand timer




Digital clock


Analogue clock

Today we will focus on the analogue clock



Copy the above picture into your book

  • When you have finished the guided practice go to your math’s no problem work book and do 1 page.



Look in your pack.

There is a page with the number 7 on it.

Please answer all the questions

These questions will help your spellings

Please write the long date in your book: Tuesday 31st March 2020

Please stick your phonics work in your book under the long date.



English writing task


  • I can use words to create an exciting character
  • I can remember what an author is
  • I can remember what an illustrator is
  • I can write the long date in my book: Tuesday 31st March 2020


In you pack you have a cartoon strip called ‘Calvin and Hobbes’

It has the drawings of an excitable tiger

The Tiger is named Hobbes

The little boy is named Calvin

If you look carefully under the heading of Calvin and Hobbes you will see “by Watterson”

Bill Watterson wrote stories and drew pictures….what two things would we call him?

The stories were pretend not real life.

They were about a boy pretending that his Tiger was fierce, clever and playful.

Really the tiger was a toy and looked like this….

Using your imagination create an excitable character from something you know

 (it could be a toy or a family pet )

Draw it in your book:




 Circle the words that you think will describe it:


playful   happy    angry   sad   jumpy   scratchy   stripy   fluffy   slippery    bouncy    springy   quiet    still   silent   chattery    loud   noisy    surprising   excited   calm  curious


In your book, write some sentences using the words you have circled to describe your character.

My character is called ____________ He/She is __________ and _______________.



Real Tigers

 Tiger Facts

  • Tigers are the largest cat species in the world reaching up to 3.3 meters in length and weighing up to 670 pounds!
  • Tigers are easily recognisable with their dark vertical stripes and reddish/orange fur.
  • The Bengal tiger is the most common tiger.
  • Tigers live between 20-26 years in the wild


In your book answer the following questions:

How long can a tiger live in the wild?

A tiger can live for________________

What is the most common type of tiger?

The most common type of tiger is ___________________

Does most common mean there are more of those tigers than any other types?

Most common means__________________

How could you recognise a tiger?

You could recognise a tiger _________________

How long can a tiger be?

A tiger can be ________________long

How much can a tiger weigh?

A tiger can weigh ____________






  • I can identify what a habitat is
  • I can label creatures and place them in the correct habitat

A habitat is where creatures live.

In George’s Marvellious Mediciene the habitat of the animals is a farm with fields and barns and ponds.

Today we will continue to focus on ponds


Can you draw a pond in your book?


Can you find a ruler?

You will need this to draw arrows



If you can find one you will need to draw straight lines pushing down on the ruler in the middle and holding it still

 Don’t worry if you can’t find one…. try to draw straight arrows

Draw the pond creatures (pictures below) in the pond

Using arrows and the names of the creatures, label them on your pond picture


Here are some pond creatures:





Well done. Tomorrow we will look into how these creatures are adapted to live in the pond.

  Nature Watch




I can identify birds

I can explore lifecycles

I can explore what we mean by the term ‘Metamorphosis’


Keep bird watching and try to identify what you see.

Yesterday you explored the lifecycle of the frog


Today you will explore the lifecycle of the dragonfly

 Both the frog and the dragonfly depend on the pond habitat for their survival


If you want to find out more you can research online:

Write this as your title           The Dragonfly


  • Dragonflies fly fast so they can catch and munch lots of  mosquitos in mid air
  • Dragonflies have lots of predators which would like to eat them so the fly fast to escape.
  • Dragonflies change through their lifetime. They spend three years as scary looking creatures called nymphs which lurk at the bottom of ponds eating tadpoles.
  • Female dragonflies lay their eggs near calm waters.
  • Nymphs then emerge from the eggs
  • The nymph climbs out of the water, and sits very still on a reed. Very slowly it changes it’s skin and becomes and adult dragonfly.
  • Some really clever stuff:
  • Dragonflies change as they get older
  • This is called incomplete metamorphosis
  • Metamorphosis is a total change. The adult is different from their young (a caterpillar and a butterfly)



  • For a dragonfly it is incomplete or not quite changed
  • They have changed but the nymph looks a bit like an adult dragon fly so it is incomplete


 Dragonflies have three stages: egg, nymph, and adult.


Draw the stages in your book:



Well done you have worked really hard J