I’m sorry guys, I didn’t get a chance to do an audio file today!
I really hope you’re all well and I’m would love to find out what you have been up to...
I will be putting photos up tomorrow to show you what people have been up to, so please send me yours so I can share them with everyone.
Miss you all, and hope to hear from you soon,
Our plan today;
Morning work - Timestable rockstars
English - Final draft
Maths - Decimals
Science - boat building
Story - How to Train your Dragon
Please log in to Times table Rock stars and spend 10-15 minutes to keep 'refreshing' your times table skills.
Today you will be using the paper you created to write the final version of your Viking story.
The focus of this lesson is your handwriting, maintaining neat and joint handwriting.
To ensure your handwriting is neat, remember to sit in a sensible place, sitting up straight and with both feet on the ground.
(I've included a little poster to help)
Today you are going to learn about hundredths!
Hundredths are smaller than tenths, we know them as fractions 1/100... Let's recap on what you know.
Please complete the powerpoint presentation and remember to read through the questions carefully and that it is okay to make a mistake!
I have added an extension (it is completely optional and you do not have to complete it)
In Viking times, the most common method to travel long distances was on boat, the Vikings were very famous for this... (we will learn more about that tomorrow)
Today’s challenge is a bit of a junk modelling/outdoor learning experience. Try and build a ‘boat’ like structure to test out in the sink / container.
To help you with this, you will need to think carefully about how the weight is distributed for different items on your ‘boat’ and if it will float or sink!
As always, I’d love to see how you found this activity 😊
During this time, it's really important that you keep positive, I would like you to spend the next 30 minutes doing something you love/enjoy.
Play a outside
Watch a film
Play a board game
Play a card game
Have a dance
Build something using building blocks/lego
Plan a picnic or outdoor event
Build another den/obstacle course (I know a lot of you loved that)
Go out for a walk
Write a letter to a friend or grandparent
Whatever you choose, enjoy!
Remember I love to know what you've been up to, so please feel free to send me a quick email letting me know how you spent that time.