We have been telling stories about data presented in line graphs in Maths today. Who is going to share their story to explain the data?
On Monday, Year 4 are visiting Normanby Hall for a ‘Where the Wild Things Are?’ workshop. We will be spending the majority of the day outside in the forest.
Now the weather over the weekend and on Monday (at the minute) is forecast rain, and quite a lot of it. With this in mind, can all children arrive to school in their school uniforms and school shoes with an extra bag containing a waterproof jacket, a long sleeved top, spare pair of socks, a pair of trousers and wellies or sturdy boots, which they can get changed into for their workshop. This ensures they will be kept protected, safe and dry.
We have found some very interesting and surprising facts about our digestive system today.
We used meter sticks to estimate the length of the large intestine and the small intestine. Can you guess which measurement is for which organ?
Surprisingly, the small intestines approximately measures a lengthy 7 meters, compared to the large intestines which only measure approximately 1.5 meters!