Welcome to Tuesday!
A lovely picture of when we had Hazel class come in and test our electronic games back on February.
When you are in school we will be working on Transition and completing your booklet. Don’t forget to complete the 2Do on Finding your way.
LI – to write a presentation.
Find out more about the moon by reading these sources. Jot down any facts that you find interesting:
Dr Maggie’s Grand Tour of the Solar System by Maggie Aderin-Pocock (Pages 4-5):
National Geographic Kids website – Facts About the Moon:
Moon by Stewart Ross (Page 3):
Imagine you have been asked by the BBC to join Professor Brian Cox on a CBBC TV special about Space. He has asked you to do a five minute presentation on the moon.
When creating your presentation, consider these points:
- Think about writing a script or key notes for your presentation – making sure you practice aloud so that it stays within the five minute limit.
- You may want to use a computer programme to create a presentation, such as PowerPoint, or design and create posters which you can refer to as you as you speak
- Think about how to keep your audience engaged – maybe you could include some rhetorical questions which make your audience think more aboellelstjohns.school/…/Maths-Answers-Page-7-1.pdfut your topic.
Once completed, have a go at performing it to someone in your house. If possible, you could also record it and send it to us!
BBC Online Group
Find 30th June English for today’s lesson.
LI –To use maps, charts and presentations
We are continuing with our Abacus 3 learning. Again read the questions carefully, the second page is all about decimals.
The rest of the answers to page 7 can be found here:
Please see Mrs O’Donnell’s post for today’s stilling time activity.
Keep going with Mr Garvey’s activities or Joe Wicks PE, or some similar exercise such as Fitness Marshall, other online exercises. The most important thing is that you get your blood pumping and get yourself out of breath!
Have a good morning’s learning!