Hi everyone – couldn’t resist this photo of an extremely cute hedgehog!
Google Meet again today 9:30-10:30. We will go through the Maths and English. At the moment I am putting the work on the Blog and Google Classroom to ensure you all have access to it. Hopefully we will be able to do most of it on Google Classroom soon.
As usual, look carefully to see which ones are mental and which are written.
L.I. – To be able to identify equivalent fractions.
Today we will be looking at equivalent fractions.
Equivalent fractions are fractions with different numbers representing the same part of a whole.
They have different numerators and denominators, but their fractional values are the same.
For example, think about the fraction 1/2. It means half of something. You can also say that 6/12 is half, and that 50/100 is half.
Here’s a great resource for exploring equivalent fractions:
I would suggest the following questions for mild, spicy and hot but see what you can do. Can you send this to me preferably on Google Classroom?
Hot Q 5-9
True or False?
Here’s an extra challenge if you choose to do it, remember to explain your answer.
L.I. -To be able to identify modal verbs.
I will go through modal verbs in our Google Meet. If you can’t make the meeting, have a look at the BBC Bitesize link. Try to do this via Google Classroom so that you can send it to me.
Mild – 2 star
Spicy – 2 star
Hot- 3 star
I have also attached some resources from BBC Bitesize below if you want to take a look.
Watch the video then have a go at the activities;
Back to Joe Wickes. Here’s a short workout for you. Try to get outside in the fresh air for some exercise too.
Qualities of friendship
What is a friend? What do we mean when we call someone a friend?
Why do we need friends? Support, companionship, encouragement, help, advice, love, courage etc.
How do we choose our friends? What do we look for?
Let’s explore the different qualities of a good friend.
Use the sheet below with different qualities on it.
Place the quality in a list either ‘friendship quality’ or ‘not friendship quality’.
- Are there any other qualities you think we should add to the list?
- Which are the most important do you think?
Now choose your top three friendship qualities.
You can draw pictures to show these qualities or write the words in different colours and decorate.
Lie down, close your eyes and relax to some of your favourite music.
Great work today Sycamore Class – remember you are all amazing!
Here’s a lovely illustration from Charlie Mackesy’s book ‘The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse. ‘