In this lesson, we will be learning all about static electricity. We will learn how static charges occur and what happens when they are discharged. We will also be exploring how to create our own static charges with a balloon! If you have a balloon at home then you can use it for this lesson. If you don't then don't worry, you will still be able to watch the demonstrations and complete the lesson.
Week commencing 9th November
This weeks spellings are focusing on _able words
Have a go at the 'look, cover write check' activity, to help you learn them - why not get someone to test you at home?
There are then Spelling Shed activities and some other activities for you to work on.
This week we will be working on negative numbers. Then we are moving onto fractions. Below are some videos to watch and activities to complete after you've watched them. There are some Active Learn games and also an LBQ unit to complete.
There's lots for you to do!
History - The Victorians
We are continuing our work on the Victorians this week, by experiencing life in a Victorian school. Can you research schools on the internet. What similarities and differences were there with our school now? Present you research in an interesting way - you might want to draw a poster, do a piece of writing, draw a chart or create a powerpoint.
There is an example of some some handwriting for you to try - you can do this on the sheet or on paper
Science - Electricity lesson 1
static electricity worksheet
Children and young people should engage in moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity for an average
of at least 60 minutes per day across the week. This weekly resource will give simple ideas on how to be
physically active with a different sport theme for 30 of those minutes each day.