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Follow the link to take part in Joe's last Fancy Dress Friday workout - a reduced timetable will be running from next week:
Something else you can try is fitness bingo - can you get a full house by trying every activity on the sheet for 1 minute?
Fluent in Five - How long do you need to solve the following calculations?
Remember: M = 1000, D = 500, C = 100, L = 50, X = 10, V = 5 and I = 1
|DCCCXVI||What is the three digit number being shown?|
Multiply by VII.
|Divide by III.|
Now take a look at the Let's Learn slides for Lesson 4. Today we are thinking about comparing decimal numbers - look at what our friends have done when comparing numbers. If you get stuck during the Guided Practice questions try drawing the numbers or writing the numbers as a fractions to help you compare the decimals accurately. Remember to write your answers in your Home Learning Journal. When you are read try worksheet 4 on pages 7 and 8 of your workbook - you can check your thinking against the answers at the bottom of the page,
As part of our grammar work to prepare for our extended writing next week I would like you to think about how you can use adverbs as sentence starters in your writing.
Take a look at the slide below - can you identify how many adverb openers have been used in the text above? (highlight them in Pink to show you found them).
Use at least 4 of the adverbs above to write interesting sentences about your newly discovered animal. I created the Paneleducktig - so my sentences might sound like this:
Surprisingly, the Paneleducktig is a nocturnal creature so can only be seen at night.
Astoundingly, with only 2 webbed feet the Paneleducktig can run at speeds in excess of 15 miles per hour.
Interestingly, just like their cousin the giant Panda, Paneleducktigs can eat up to 38 kgs of bamboo a day!
Intriguingly, Paneleducktigs can be found on every continent except Antarctica.
Read the poem below about Animal Homes - can you think of at least one animal that lives in every habitat? Write your list in your Home Learning Journal.
Look at the slides below before you explore resist techniques a little more.
Explore the concepts of rights and responsibilities and decision making by looking at today's slides before trying the activities.
Maths Answer Pages