To investigate double consonants
In this lesson, we will be investigating words with double consonants and set spelling words to learn. These will be tested on next Tuesday.
Mild - when My Byrne-Smith asks you to write sentences which include an example of words with double consonants for adjectives, animals and verbs please just write one sentence. Also, when Mr Bryne-Smith sets the spellings at the end of the lesson please just focus on the first seven.
Hot - some letters that are doubled are very uncommon such as 'c'. Can you tell an adult two examples of words that have a double c and where they originate from?
We are a jigsaw
In today’s lesson, you will be able to recognise the different groups that make up and contribute to a community.
How does human anatomy compare to other animals?
In this lesson, we will learn about the differences between humans and other animals. We will first learn about vertebrates and invertebrates, followed by the differences of animals who use lungs and gills to breathe. Then, we will briefly compare brains of animals. Finally, we will complete some application questions.