Wednesday, 19 January 2022

Unit 5 - Dividing a decimal number by a natural number

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In Mathematics we are also learning how to divide a decimal number by a natural number. In the following video I remind you how to do it:


Now you have some online exercises to practice even more:

Divide decimals by whole numbers
Divide decimals by whole numbers
Medium online activities on dividing decimals
Medium online activities on dividing decimals
Word problems and activities on dividing decimals
Word problems and activities on dividing decimals
Dividing decimals by whole numbers
Dividing decimals by whole numbers



I hope you find these useful!
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Tuesday, 18 January 2022

Unit 3 - Reproductive systems: male and female

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In Natural Science we are learning about the reproductive systems. As you know, in order to have descendants, human beings have different sexual organs.

Click on the picture to access the QUIZLET card set

In this entry you'll find some diagrams and videos to understand the reproductive systems.

Male reproductive system basics in Kidshealth
Male reproductive system basics in Kidshealth
Female reproductive system basics in Kidshealth
Female reproductive system basics in Kidshealth
I hope you find it useful!
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Friday, 14 January 2022

Unit 5 - Dividing numbers with a decimal quotient

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Today we're learning about how to divide numbers when we need to get a decimal quotient. Here you have some explanations, videos and exercises.

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

To learn more about these periods, we're going to work in pairs on different topics. The themes are the following:
  • Paleolithic
  • Neolithic
  • Metal ages
  • Mesopotamia *
  • Egypt *
  • Ancient Greece *
  • Ancient Rome *
  • Middle ages
  • Modern ages
The methodology we're going to use is Project-Based Learning. In this type of tasks, we need to follow a specific plan which is the following:
  1. Distribute the topics in groups.
  2. Inform ourselves on the important elements of our task.
  3. Compile relevant information and pictures about the different topics.
  4. Elaborate a digital presentation showing key aspects of the period or civilisation.
  5. Exhibit and explain the resulting presentation to the class.
  6. Reflect on the activity, our work and our learning.

Depending on your topic you'll have to look for different information. You can look it up here:









You have some useful links in the next table:


I hope you find this information useful! Bye, bye, butterflies!

Thursday, 13 January 2022

UNIT 5 - Multiplication of decimals

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We keep learning about decimals. This time we are learning about the multiplication of decimals. Here you have an explanation of how it is done, a video and some exercises so you can practice.



How to multiply decimals in Mathsisfun
How to multiply decimals in Mathsisfun

Unit 3 - Studying History

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Today we're introducing how to study history!

Click to go to the study set

In this entry you'll find some study cards and information about:

- Historical Sources

- Causes and effects in history

- How to measure time regarding historical events




I hope this was useful!

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