Last week in RE we found out about a special Hindu festival Diwali and the importance behind it. Today, we’re going to be learning about another special Hindu festival called Holi. We will be making comparisons between the two. Watch the videos below to help with your task and then complete the comparison table.
This week in science we’re going to be finding out about food webs. Food webs are very similar to food chains, but they A food chain shows you how one organism eats another and transfers its energy. For example, a zebra eats grass, and the zebra is eaten by the lion. The food chain looks like this:
Food webs look at how multiple food chains interact with each other. Since most animals or plants might be part of several different food chains, they can create a food web that is made up of lots of producers, consumers.
For your task, watch the video below then head over to Purple Mash and write as many different statements as you can based on that food web. When you have finished this, you might want to have a go at the game attached below.
PE & Music
Have a look at this week's PE challenge. Can you beat the teacher? Head over to watch the video and see how you score.
This week in music we'll be learning about 4 beats in a bar. Follow the link below to the Oak national lesson.
Next half-term we’re going to be beginning our new topic- The Romans, and we’ll be exploring the impact that they had on the British empire. For your task this week, I would like you to find out about who the Romans were. You can present your findings however you would like to.