Hope you’ve all done your Joe Wickes workout for the day and are ready for anything!
It would be great to hear from everyone today to find out how you all are and what you have been up to.Scroll down to the bottom of the blog page to post a comment or send me a photo of what else you’ve been getting up to and I can share them on the blog on Friday.
Today’s Home Learning -: MATHS, ENGLISH, NEW SPELLINGS, TOPIC, STILLING TIME
This is on Mathletics today – so you just need to log in and there should be a task ready for you on the topic of decimals. I will be able to see who has completed it and your score.
A quick note if you are have the Code Breaker activity set for you:
This is a problem solving activity.
Some suggestions for how you could solve the problem :
- Do the clues need to be followed in the order they are written?
- Which digit is easiest to place into the code first?
- What are the factors of 21? Which of these meet the clues?
- If the whole number rounds to 4 which are the only digits that could be in the ones place?
The task allows you to message me on Mathletics. You might want to explain how you did it.
ANSWERS: CODE BREAKERS
We are starting a new topic today based on the classic book –‘Wind in the Willows.’
I would like you to listen to Episode 1 up to the time of 3:18 on BBC School Radio. Use the link below:
Complete the task below:
These have been set for you on Spelling Shed.
A quick activity has been set for you on Purple Mash about compass points.
5 minutes peace
Find somewhere quiet to sit. Settle yourself down so that you are comfortable. Try to sit outside if you can, on the doorstep, in the backyard, in the garden or just by the window. Close your eyes. Listen. listen for sounds that are far away. Listen for sounds near to you. Now listen to your own breathing.
Open your eyes – what could you hear?
Remember to get outside at some point today – fresh air and sunshine is good for you!
See you tomorrow 🙂