Well here we are on Friday already!
I am looking forward to seeing you all at 10 AM on Google Classrooms.
Don’t forget to watch today’s worship with Craig.
Here are your activities for today.
English: L.I. To write a new ending for Thumbelina
Today I would like you to write a new ending to the story of Thumbelina. Use what you have done this week for ‘The Clock Tower’ to help you.
What happens to her?
Who does she meet?
How does this affect her? Her mother and the animals she encounters.
Please make sure it is a happy ending.
I would like you to write at least two paragraphs but no more than a page and a half.
I hope that helps.
Remember: Punctuation and check it through as you go.
Reading: If you have read all your books at home and you need some more inspiration then please take a look at love4reading and oxford reading owl. The links for the websites are on our main page under the tab classes it says websites and apps.
Don’t forget to do your spelling test today and send your results to Mrs Holt.
The new spellings will be on spelling shed today. Here are the group lists.
Maths: L.I. To divide 2 digits by 1 digit
Today’s is a continuation from yesterday. Although this may seem a repeat it is not as it provides new questions and skills for you to consolidate your skills which is important.
MILD – Please watch this video then the first page of the worksheet. If you want to carry on and do more you can.
If want a bit more then here is a challenge just for you:
HOT – Please watch this video then do both sheets
If you are feeling up to it why not try the challenge either above or below, it’s up to you!
Flaming Hot – Please watch this video then do the second sheet then the varied fluency challenge.
Please take a look at Mr Garvey’s P.E. blog or you can join Joe Wicks Friday dress up workout today.
Here each week I will post a challenge for you. You may do it with your families at any time before next Friday or on your own. I would love to see pictures of your challenge.
This is the longest bridge in the world!
The Danyang-Kunshan Grand Bridge – the Guinness World Record holder of the longest bridge in the world since June 2011 – forms part of the Beijing-Shanghai High Speed Railway, an 819 mile-long route linking China’s biggest, most populous regions. The bridge is far from beautiful, but its scale is impressive. (www.telegraph.co.uk)
This week I would like you to: Build the longest bridge using only recycled paper, cardboard and tape. Measure it, take a picture and send it to me.
I wonder how long your bridge will be!
Have a wonderful weekend everyone. See you next week.
Love, Mrs G.