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Spring 1 - What if there were no clouds?

What if there were no clouds?

What if there were no clouds? 1

This half term we are expanding our knowledge of States of Matter (in Science) and linking this to our Geography knowledge by exploring the water cycle, biomes, vegetation belts and climate zones. This will be tied together through water and using the books ‘Lila and the secret of rain’ and ‘Once upon a raindrop ‘. We are really looking forward to this Learning Challenge.

In English, we will be looking at poetry both to perform and write and re-telling and re-invention stories from other cultures.  

In Maths, we will be continuing with Multiplication and Division before moving on to measurement (area) and Fractions.

3 States of Matter for Kids (Solid, Liquid, Gas): Science for Children - FreeSchool

https://patreon.com/freeschool - Help support more content like this! Matter is all around us! Solid, liquid, and gas, everything you see, touch, and even breathe is made of matter. Matter is made of atoms, and the arrangement of the atoms determines whether the substance is solid, liquid, or gas.

How does rain form and what is the water cycle?

How does rain form? What is the water cycle? This animated video explains how rain forms and explains how rainfall, evaporation and condensation all form part of the water cycle. Find out more about rain and clouds at http://bit.ly/1gGcoyp

Climate Zones of the Earth - The Dr. Binocs Show | Best Learning Videos For kids | Dr Binocs

Hey kids, did you know that there are different climate zones of the Earth? Well, after watching this video, you'll not only get to know all about Climate Zones but also about the climate zone you live in! Isn't that interesting? So, what are you waiting for?

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