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Here’s today’s learning for you.
The Daily Joke:
Have you heard the joke about the butter?
(answer is at the bottom)
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Please ask someone to test your spellings today. You can write them into your exercise book. Check them against Monday's list.
We would like you to use TT Rockstars. We will be able to see the progress that you are making with this so please make sure that you login and have a go. Try to use ‘Studio’, please.
We’d also like you to take part in this online arithmetic quiz.
THIS QUIZ IS NOW CLOSED. WELL DONE TO THOSE OF YOU WHO HAD A GO.
Performance of The Charge of the Light Brigade (verses 1-3)
Today, you are going to create a performance of the first three verses of The Charge of the Light Brigade (you can do all six if you want to!). You could perform it for your family (they could even take part) or just for yourself.
We have included a copy of the poem that you could print off to use as a script or, if you prefer, there is a PowerPoint that you could display on your computer screen as you perform to keep your hands free for actions.
For today’s maths, we are going to continue with White Rose. You will now think about ‘scale factors’ which are closely related to ratio.There is a video to watch, then a task to complete. You can answer the questions in your exercise book but you will find this easier if you print the sheet as it has squares.
Start by watching the video for Lesson 5 and then open the pdf sheet underneath for the questions. Remember - you can pause the video at any point to give you time to work things out.
Today’s history will explore a popular myth regarding Viking helmets. Read the information, watch the video clip when asked to do so and then add to your project.
As today is a P.E. Day, have a look at this video and give some of the moves a go.
Well that’s all for this week. We hope you have found out lots of new things about the Vikings, showed your creativity with the poetry work and consolidated your understanding of ratio.
We understand that it’s not an ideal situation but we do want to try to give you an opportunity to study as many of the things that we had planned for the school year as we can.
Stick with us. It’s hard work but it will be worth it if you keep trying.
Have a lovely weekend and don’t forget that the clocks go forward on Sunday morning!
Take care, everyone.
The Daily Joke Answer:
I better not tell you: you might spread it!