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Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Good Morning Callisto Class


Hello to Weronika, Ellie, Eithan, Andrew and Nicole - who all signed in and said hello yesterday.  We had 13 class members in school yesterday so I will be looking closely at the register to see who signs in today.  Remember to let me know how you are doing and if you need any new resources while we continue learning at home.



Try today's PE lesson with Joe -


Fancy something different try one of the links below:


Which did you prefer?



Fluent in Five


Write the four digit number shown.              

Add 4, 532.

Subrtact 1, 945.
Multiply by 3.
Divide by 3.


Today we will be looking at lesson 11 estimating area.  We will be looking at irregular shapes and using our skills in estimating.  Remember estimating is a skill that involves making a good guess. 


Look carefully at the Let's Learn slides as our friends demonstrate how to estimate the area of the island in the In Focus task.  When you get to the Guided Practice question you will need to use the ideas from the Let's Learn slides to help you decide how to estimate the area of a circle - remember to write your answer in your Home Learning Journal.


When you are ready try worksheet 11 on pages 149 and 150 of your workbook - the answers are at the bottom of the page.



Begin today's session by practicing your best cursive handwriting using the pangram - The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.  Can you remember what a pangram is? Can you explain it to someone else?


Imagine a Day


Start the session by thinking about the following questions

What do you like about your days?

What do you think makes a good day?

You can discuss your ideas with someone at home or make some notes of your ideas in your Home Learning Journal if you like - remember notes do not need to be written in full sentences.


Next close your eyes and imagine what you would do on a perfect day - try to picture where you would be, what you would be doing, what the weather would be like, who you would be with.  When you open your eyes draw a picture of your perfect day including as much detail as possible.


To finish imagine what you would write in your diary after your perfect day - use your Home Learning Journal to write your diary entry describing your perfect day.





Read the opening of chapter 12 Edge of Extinction - write a recount of Sky and Shawn's encounter with 'Big Ugly' after they first escaped from the compound.




Yesterday we were using the word or the day 'timid' in 3 sentences of our own.  Today I would like you to use a dictionary to find 5 synonyms for the word timid.  You can use a dictionary of your own or an online dictionary to help you.  Remember a synonym is a word with a similar meaning.



Select an activity from the spelling choice board to practice the homophones from the list:



Rainbow write

write each word 3 times using different colours of the rainbow                           

ABC Order

Write your word list in alphabetical order                                               

Word Scramble

write each word in a jumbled order and then ask someone at home to unscramble the words








Shortest to longest

Write your word list in order from the shortest word to the longest word

Syllable segments

Show the syllable in each word in your spelling list

Sentence strings

How many of your spelling words can you use in one single sentence?




Look at the  famous explorers in the table below and use the internet to find out what they are famous for and when they lived.


Amy Johnson Christopher Columbus Ernest Shackleton Robert Falcon Scott Captain James Cook
David Livingston Marco Polo Francis Drake Amelia Earhart Ibn Battuta


Is it possible to create a timeline of explorers using what you have found out?



Watch the following you tube clip about giving directions in French and practice the vocabulary until you feel confident in saying turn left, turn right and straight on.



Maths Answer Pages