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Lesson 4 today - Angles in a triangle: missing angles

 

Remember if you need to find a missing angle in a triangle...

Add the angles you have, then take away from 180 degrees.

Read the text on the first two pages and then answer the questions.

If you struggle with comprehensions aim to answer the first page of questions.

If you want to be expected aim to answer the first 2 pages of questions.

If you are aiming for greater depth you should give all the questions a go.

Topic

Over the course of the week, observe and study an animal of your choice using one of the following websites:

https://www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/webcams/panda-cam/

https://www.countryliving.com/uk/wildlife/countryside/g31784857/live-animal-webcam-zoo/

https://www.youtube.com/user/KentAnimalPark/videos?view=2&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=86442855&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8-z42g4TPAHJVmtyRDBt8yZ1BBHEIFOTy6PEzWUIGAgSBMYeHMuA53y1hXvXLpvRXjGCZ7gGfWqgf4zPEw75X95ZfAPg&_hsmi=86442855

 

Every day, you should check in on the webcams and make observation notes on what you see (remember to check regularly as some animals won’t appear on camera at all times).

 

During the week, you should also complete some (or all) of the following:

  • Research and create a fact file/non-chronological report about your chosen species of animal.
  • Write a descriptive piece, imagining what it would be like to encounter your animal in the wild.
  • Create a piece of artwork inspired by your animal (you may like to use the website www.how2drawanimals.com to help you).
  • Create a food web that includes your chosen animal.
  • Design (and create a model of) a new enclosure for your chosen animal, explaining your design choices.

Something extra

 

Try making up your own exercise routine today (you can take inspiration from Joe Wicks) and see if you can get your family to do it? Send us a video or photo of your family joining in with you as the instructor.

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