Home learning 2020!
Welcome to our home learning!
Please find a range of activities below to help you continue with your learning. You can comment directly on the Padlet page or dojo me with a photo of your work. I'd love to see what you are up to.
Year 3 maths (40-50 minutes)
Year 4 maths (40-50 minutes)
Year 3/4 English (40-50 minutes)
Topic (about an hour)
Don't forget to keep going with TTR, Prodigy and your reading.
Science - one hour for the week.
Well here we are! This week we are going to build on the things which we have already learnt about in our science hours.
Our topic this term is 'SOUND'-
Week Beginning 30.3.20
Last week you investigated how we can actually see that sound is energy- how else could it make the objects jump up from the skin of a drum, or make the ‘strings move’ on the instrument you made?
So how do we actually ‘hear’ this movement?
Go to these web links and explore- use your Super Scientist minds and think of questions you may want to find further answers to.
Sound and vibration - KS2 Science - BBC Bitesize
Can you remember the scientific names for the different parts of your inner ear?
Challenge! – look at the clips once more and now (without peeping!) try to draw and label the outer and inner ear.
When you have done it- check what you remembered correctly and add the things you forgot.
Those three little bones that press against the ‘ear drum’ are amazing aren’t they?!
Do all living creatures ‘hear’ sound the same way?
How does a fish hear?
Why do sounds sound different through the air or under water?
How does sound travel through our Solar System.
Use your Super Scientist questioning skills to look and listen to things around you throughout the next few weeks!
Post your findings on dojo and share them with the class.
Before we have our Easter Break- why not have some fun making a ‘ String and ‘can’ telephone?!
Here is a link to show you how to make one:
You Tube: The Science of the String Phone – hashtag Sciencegoals
Have fun and a really Happy Easter! Mrs Chapman.