Good Morning Callisto Class
We are really excited about welcoming you all back later this week - until then remember to sign the daily register and say hello.
Take you pick from today's Bingo Board - just follow the link and get going.
Go Noodle Rock out
Brain Break Move and Freeze
Would You Rather fitness choices
Fluent in Five - Keep practicing your calculation skills by trying the following calculations
|What is the four digit number being shown?|
|Subtract 3, 746.|
|Multiply by 7.|
|Divide by 3.|
This week we will be continuing with our learning on decimal numbers. In our last lesson we we learning how to compare decimal numbers and we will be doing some more activities on this over the next two sessions. Our friends show us different strategies for comparing the different lengths of rope - which method do you prefer? Does it help you answer the Guided Practice questions?
When you are ready have a go at worksheet 5 on pages 9 and 10 of your workbook - the answers are at the bottom of the page.
Today we are going to explore how we can extend our ideas to create more detailed paragraphs in order to make our writing informative and engaging.
Copy the following openers into your Home Learning Journal and then use the signpost words to add your own invented facts.
|Rhiswanozebtahs like to eat fish. Additionally, …|
|Some Rhiswanozebtahs sleep underground. Furthermore, ...|
|Most Rhiswanozebtahs can run at a speed of 30 miles per hour. In addition to this, …|
Now try some of your own. Invent a statement about your newly discovered animal and then add on to it using any of the add-on sentence signposts above.
Read the next installment of Edge of Extinction:
Look at page 198 - What changes did Roderick make to Sky's map?
Read the Word of the Day slide - can you write 3 sentences of your own that use the word?
Revisit some key spellings from the Year 3 and 4 spelling list and check you can still spell them all
Topic - Sir Walter Raleigh
Sir Walter Raleigh is another famous British explorer. Take a look at the map below which shows some places that were significant to him - can you use the internet, a map or atlas to identify the 6 places?
Now use the internet to write a list explaining why each of these places was significant to him.
Qu'est qu'il ya dans la maison? (What is in the house?)
Watch the following clip to practice naming rooms in your house in french:
When you have finished draw and label a picture of your house like the one below:
Can you label each room of your house in French and English?
Maths Answer Pages