What is adaptation?
Living things are adapted to their habitats. This means that they have special features that help them to survive.
Click on the link below, read through the text and complete the ‘fill in the gaps’ activity and attempt the quiz.
Read the below story starter and click on the link to complete the activities based on the text.
Story starter! Isolation
Many people from the mainland thought the Smiths were a strange family.
Sure, life out here on the island was very different. For a start, they didn’t get their groceries from a supermarket, or visit the local pizza restaurant on a Friday night for a treat!
The weather up here could often be quite dramatic, even frightening. They frequently felt like the world was against them, yet they somehow found a way to harness nature’s offerings.
It may be far from what most people would call ‘civilisation’, but it suited the Smiths just fine…
Continue your learning on Relative Clauses. Revisit Monday’s lesson to see Mrs Marley explain the presentation. Alternatively, read through it on your own in the PowerPoint below. Next, complete the worksheet on ‘Time and Place’. The answers have been added so you can check after completing.
Calculate the area of a triangle
Click on the link to BBC Bitesize below. Learn how to calculate the area of triangles.
This lesson includes:
- a learning summery
- a video
- three interactive activities
Alfred Russel Wallace also discovered Evolution. Read through the 'Fun Facts' page below and note down some key facts about him, his life and discoveries. We will use these facts for tomorrow's English lesson.
Get your bodies moving with the below ‘Go Noodle’ on YouTube.