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Thursday 14th January

 

We have a fun day of learning ahead of us! We will begin with our smooth yoga moves to get us relaxed and ready for learning...

Now for the new moves we have been learning this week:

Now for some TT Rock Stars - test yourself and see how fast you can be. You could set a timer and see each day if you are getting past your personal best:

Maths is going to get really exciting today. We have moved onto multiplication of 2,5 and 10. 

First let's do a warm up:

 

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Winter came in the night, like a white sheet laid over the world. It came so coldly and so fast that the waves of the ocean froze as they rolled. The good ship Lucky Star froze with them, trapped tight in the suddenly solid sea.
 
Shen, the cabin boy, the youngest member of the crew, stirred in his sleep as the sounds of rippling and splashing faded into frozen silence. He snuggled deeper under the covers, trying to keep warm. Into the silence came other noises. First, the creaking of timber as the ice tightened its grip upon the old ship’s sides. Then the voice of Captain Jeggings, bellowing, “All hands on deck!”
 
The crew bumbled blinking from their bunks. Able Seaman Bo; Mungbean, the ship’s cook; and Shen. They stumbled out on deck and stared at the frozen waves, which reared up all around them.

Look at the following website:

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/2020/06/humans-dogs-sledding-together-ten-thousand-years/


 

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