Thursday, 21 January 2021

Unit 2 - The excretory system

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The excretory system is the last epigraph of our Natural Science unit. In this entry I'll share with you some videos, exercises and resources so you can learn this section better.


First of all, you have here the Quizlet unit I created on the excretory system with the definition and games they offer:



Also, you can look for more interesting data on the excretory system:

Excretory System Quiz
Excretory System Quiz
Urinary System Quiz
Urinary System Quiz
How do your kidneys work?


Why do we sweat?


I hope you find it useful!
Bye, bye, butterflies!

Unit 3 - Turn in your questions (Periods of History)

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Here you have the form to turn in your questions about the Periods of History we've been learning about.

Don't forget to give a reasoned answer too!

CLICK TO SEND THE QUESTIONS



Unit 6 - Percentages

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In Mathematics we have started learning about percentages. In this entry I'll share some games and activities for you to practice this topic.


First... What are percentages?

Percentages explanation
Percentages explanation

To practice this, let's copy the following table and complete it:

Percentage
Decimal
Fraction
1%
0,01
1/100
0,05
10%
0,12
1/5
25%
0,333...
1/2
75%
0,8
9/10
99%
1

Then, check if you did it correctly in this link.

Wednesday, 13 January 2021

UNIT 3 - Eras of History

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In Social Science we're starting a project on the main eras of History.
As you know, historians have organised the events that happened in the past and classified them into different periods so we can understand them better. Each period has special characteristics and they end when there is a fundamental event that produces a major change.

To our culture, the following are the main eras of Prehistory and History and the main events that made each period change:

The main ages of Prehistory and History
The main ages of Prehistory and History
You have some useful links in the next table:


Topic
Useful Links
Paleolithic
Neolithic
Metal ages
Mesopotamia
Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Middle ages
Modern ages
I hope you find this information useful! Bye, bye, butterflies!

Tuesday, 12 January 2021

Unit 5 - Dividing decimal numbers

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The last part of learning how to divide with decimals is to know what to do when the decimal number is in the divisor. In this entry you have a video-explanation and some exercises to practice this type of division.

 

Copy these divisions and practice in your notebook:

HOMEWORK


HOMEWORK 2

Source:k5learning.com



Decimal division: thousandths
Decimal division: thousandths
Exercises on dividing decimals
Exercises on dividing decimals
Decimal division online game
Decimal division online game
I'll try to upload some more games later. Come back in the afternoon for more practice!
Bye, bye, butterflies!