A FANTASTIC day's learning yesterday everyone! I am so proud of you and your families
Let's reflect on the Science we investigated yesterday....we tracked the way the sun 'appears' to move across the sky....LOOK....
Our Maths sessions will use a video to teach us and this will ask you to pause from time to time to answer questions. The questions are on a worksheet that you can view on your screen. Answer the questions in your Exercise Book at the Maths end.
You will use the worksheet and the video together.
Click below to download the worksheet onto your screen. (it does not need to be printed)
Click below to watch the teaching video and pause when it asks you to answer the questions. Answer the questions in your Exercise Book at the Maths end.
Our topic is Time Travellers .... we have started to move out into space .... so it must be time for ASTRONAUTS!
In your work folder please find your KS2 English Comprehension book.
Turn to page 4 "An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth'
You can answer the questions in the book or in your exercise book at the English end.
Travelling into Space requires incredible engineering. Just like back in Victorian times when people invented new ways to travel - engineers and scientists had to invent new ways to travel to get into Space. The story of how they did this we will explore tomorrow.
Today, we are going to become engineers.....
To begin with let's meet a real-life astronaut! Let's listen to her tell us a story about an engineer... but not from a comfy sofa.... from THE SPACE STATION! Click below....
So now it's your turn to become an engineer!
You can do this inside or outside.... the size of your imagination is your only limit.
One of the challenges on our Lock-down List was to build a Rube Goldberg Machine. Rube Goldberg was an American engineer and inventor who was famous for creating crazy contraptions that took ages to do simple things: watch a Rube Goldberg invention below:
> WHAT ELSE?
ELSE - EXTRA LEARNING, SKILLS and EXPERIENCES
Don't forget TTRockstars, Numbots or Sumdog! See the main Year 5 page.
Sometime before you go to bed find 10-15 minutes to read a book...somewhere quiet. Record it in your orange Reading Diary.