Welcome to Wednesday’s home learning activities. It was great to see you all yesterday and have our 3rd google meet.
Here is today’s maths video.
Here is today’s activity sheet.
Multiply 2 digits by 1 digit 1
Today we are going to be looking at sentences that use ellipsis.
What are ellipsis?
Depending on context and place in a sentence, ellipses can indicate an unfinished thought, a leading statement, a slight pause, a mysterious or echoing voice, or a nervous or awkward silence. An ellipsis can be used to trail off into silence—for example:
But I thought he was…
So much more could be said…
Follow the link to have a go at todays English activity.
Today I would like you to try something a little different, go and find yourself a golf ball or something similar. Roll a golf ball under your feet. Rolling a golf ball under your feet can not only improve circulation, but there are pressure points on the bottom of the feet that relieve stress and relax the muscles of the feet and legs.
Roll over the entire sole of your foot using various pressures for maximum benefit.
For Topic today, there’s a video that Mr Baird has recorded. This will explain what we’d like you to do!
At 3.20 pause the video and watch this YouTube link: Introduction to volcanoes
To start off, complete one of these activities below:
Use both sheets for Mild.
Then, have a look at the for and against cards and discuss with a grown up the reasons for living near a volcano and the reasons against living near a volcano. Can you explain your reasoning?
You can sort these cards into two groups.
Volcanoes For and Against Cards
Sikhism was revealed to Guru Nanak over 500 years ago in the Punjab. It is one of the world’s youngest religions.
I would like you to find out about things that Guru Nanak did during his life.
Remember when using the internet be careful with what you search for and if you see anything inappropriate, tell and adult.
Have a great day and keep smiling.
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