Here is today’s maths video.
Today I would like you to plan your own mystery story. Remember to include all of the features we have been looking at that make a good mystery story.
A main character
A mystery that needs solving
Be sure to include,
Describing the 5 senses.
sentences that end with an ellipsis…
Metaphors and similes for description.
Short snappy sentences to build tension.
Tomorrow in our live lesson we are going to share some of our plans and improve them by using 2 stars and a wish.
Have a go at peer massage today.
We’re learning about Earthquakes in topic today. We will learn what you should do in one, whether Earthquakes have the same strength and why Earthquakes happen.
Watch Mr Baird’s video to find out more.
Mr Baird’s video link Pause the video 50 seconds in and watch the link below.
Here’s a little experiment to try! Using a material suitable to build something (e.g. wooden blocks, dominoes, lego, K-Nex, cans of food, lots of coins, pencils with blu-tac). Make a building on top of a table (or a tray) and see and hear what happens if you gently shake it.
Let’s see Mr Baird’s attempt!
What were the teachings of Guru Nanak?
1. Never forget the poor.
2. There is one God.
3. Women are equal to men.
4. Running away to a forest won’t give you enlightenment.
5. These five evils are probably ruining your life. (Ego, Anger, Greed, Attachment and Lust)
6. Find your own guru.
7. Be selfless.
8. Fight superstition of any kind.
9. Simplicity is beautiful.
How can we live our own lives by these teachings?
Which of these teaching do you feel is the most important?
Would you change any?
Have a great day and keep smiling.