Good morning Swallow Class,
It’s Friday and you’re nearly at the end of your first week of virtual learning. How do you think it has gone? I’ve really enjoyed doing The Body Coach each morning with Harriet and Beatrice – although I’m really aching today! Ms Price was aching so much that she has skipped today’s work out and has instead completed a couple of Just Dance tracks! These are at the bottom of the page for you to try. Enjoy today and have a fantastic weekend!
Remember to keep up with a little bit of spelling practice each day. Here are some ideas…
- Make a word search or a crossword. (You can do this on paper or online)
- Rainbow writing
- Spelling flowers
- Look, Say, Cover, write
By now you should be beginning to get a clear visual image of Green Lake Camp. Look back through the chapters you have read and create a map labelling each part of the camp. Use detail including colour from the text to enrich your map. As you read on, you will discover additional details that you can add. Read chapter 7.
Below you can find a 3-part sheet on area and perimeter. The questions get harder as you work through them. Start at the beginning and work through each part. Please don’t worry if you do not complete this, just try your hardest. Part B and C will require you to show some working out and part C will require some trial and error.
Here are also the answers for yesterday’s learning. It’s titled ‘Answers – Area & Perimeter.’
Spend some time today completing your science investigation. I would recommend writing your conclusion today. Remember that you can only do this if you have completed the previous questions on the sheet. Think about what is needed in a conclusion. You can use the following questions as a guide...
- What did you find out?
- Was your prediction correct?
- If not do you understand why?
- Did anything surprise you about your results?
- Do you think you managed to carry out a fair test?
- What would you do differently if you were to do this again?
Look at your notes from yesterday identifying whereabouts you found ancient Egyptian artefacts that interested you on the British Museum web-site britishmuseum.withgoogle.com. Use the descriptions to generate between 4 and 7 questions, plus one correct answer and 3 incorrect answers. Think about the format we used recently in computing to do this. Test your quiz on a family member. The incorrect answers should be suitably plausible to make your quiz more challenging and interesting! Next week, we are going to use these quizzes in a computing lesson so ensure you have proof-read and edited them carefully.
Optional Additional Activities
Transum’s Starter of the Day
Did you solve yesterday’s anagram? It has had Mr Savage very puzzled!
The answer was A DECIMAL POINT!
Have a go at this one; the answer is one word: AMEN STORIES