Maths – Fractions of amount worksheet (Due Wednesday)
PHSE – Should children be allowed to eat junk food? (Due Wednesday)
100 Word Challenge
You may want to think about including the following;
- Relative clause
- 2A sentence
- Ly or ing opener
- Think about the noun chain you are using.
Task: Use the picture below to inspire you 100 words. You may want to think about some of the questions below before writing.
Who lives there?
Where is it?
Why would they want to live there?
What do they do all day?
Group 1 – lie, tie, pie, cried, tried
Group 2 – flies, tries, copies, babies, carries
Group 3 – truly, duly, wholly, fully, daily, publicly, dryly, slyly, shyly, coyly
Group 4 – though, although, dough, through, breakthrough, thought, bought, brought, fought, ought
We worked collaboratively in pairs to create both series and parallel circuits. We used a range of components including a bulb, buzzer and motor. After this we drew our circuits, next week we will be learning about the specific circuit symbols.
We had a fantastic time at Skillzone in Gloucester on Tuesday, here are some pictures of what we got up to.
Solve Emoji – maths worksheet (Due Wednesday)
TTRS – 20 games on garage (Due Tuesday)
Sentence openers worksheet (Due Wednesday)
Group 1 – sea, dream, meat, each, scream
Group 2 – reply, cry, terrify, multiply, sly
Group 3 – basically, frantically, dramatically, magically, tragically, comically, actually, accidentally, occasionally, eventually
Group 4 – musician, politician, electrician, magician, dietician, statistician, technician, beautician, clinician, mathematician
Sparrowhawks were set the task of finding how much money each child would have raised from a variety of fictional fundraisers. They first had to count up the total, then divide the amount by the number of children who had raised it.
TTRS – Team Mr Muskett Vs Team Mrs Smith (Friday)
PHSE – Think about the following for our debate next week – ‘Should children be given the right to vote in an election?’ (Wednesday)
Reading – Read up to your given chapter in your group read (Monday)
-Using a piece of A4 paper draw and label a picture of one of the characters from the book. (Wednesday)
Group 1 – play, way, stay, today, say
Group 2 – metal, pedal, hospital, animal, capital
Group 3 – gently, simply, humbly, nobly, horribly, terribly, wearily, angrily, comfortably, incredibly
Group 4 – invention, injection, action, question, mention, attraction, translation, devotion, position, solution
100 word challenge – Due Friday 29th November
Use the picture below as inspiration for your 100 words. Think about what we have been doing in class recently to improve our writing and try to include some of the following;
- 2A sentence (2 adjective before the noun)
- Relative clause (Using who or which)
- Adverb opener (ly opener)
Write your comment below as we have done before.
Cashed Green 1
After working on tag rugby in PE this term it was fantastic to take 13 Sparrowhawks to Cashes Green to play a competitive game. I was incredibly impressed with their passing, running with the ball and overall teamwork. A particular well done to those who were playing their first ever tag rugby match.