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Tuesday 5th May 2020

Good Morning Callisto Class


I hope you have all signed the daily register - hidden in the pages today there are 9 scrabble letters to find.  Use these letters to create your own boggle board - what is the most valuable word you can find?



Well done to the Boys who won our class TT Rockstars Battle - it was close!  The final scores at the end of Monday were  Boys 9, 470 vs Girls 6, 296.  laughA special well done to Alexander and Isabelle who were the highest scorers in this battle.




Get going today with a daily workout with Joe and Rosie.  I will be doing it with the children in school so follow the link below and join us


I took the 'Fitness Challenge' yesterday and did all three exercises for a minute each - it was hard work but I did find I had improved on all my scores:


Name Squats Push Ups Burpees
Miss B 38 33 13


Take the challenge yourself and let me know how you score and I will add you to our chart.




Get started with 10 minutes of TT rockstars or your times table books to practice your multiplication facts.


Today we will be doing Lesson 12 of converting units of time.  Today we will be focusing on converting seconds into minutes and seconds so remember 60 seconds = 1 minute.


Our In Focus Task asks us to work out how long in took our three friends Hannah, Sam and Ravi to knock down a stack of cups.  We are given a number of clues to work out how long it took each of them.  In Let's Learn 1 Amira uses bar model diagrams to work out how long it took each friend in seconds.  In Let's Learn 2, 3 and 4 our friends use whole part models to convert their times in seconds into minutes and seconds. 


When you are ready move on to the Guided practice questions - in your Home Learning Journal try using whole part models to help you convert the time it took our friends to run 400m from seconds to minutes and seconds.  Can you create a whole part model to work out how long Emma took to run 400m in seconds?


Have a go at worksheet 12 on pages 121 and 122 of your workbook - you will find the answers at the bottom of the page.



Can you continue the story?  Read the opening below and continue the story in your own words.


Story starter!


The tree was all that remained. A solitary figure, it stood there in defiance of the destruction surrounding it. The bark had begun to peel away, one piece at a time, joining the wreckage of other trees that lay scattered across the scorched earth.  This tree was different to the other trees. It contained magic. It contained hope…






Read the article below from this weeks edition of First News and then answer the questions in your Home Learning Journal.





Follow the link below to explore this weeks spelling words


If you cannot access the site practice spelling the following words in your Home Learning Journal









Use the 9 scrabble letters you have found to create a boggle board in you Home Learning Journal.  Time yourself for 5 minutes and see how many words you can make using the letters.  Work out the value of each word and add them together to find your score.


Topic - History


Later this week we will be celebrating 'VE Day'.  Friday is a special bank holiday to mark the occasion as it will be 75 years since 'Victory in Europe'.


Task 1: Can you use the internet to find out 5 facts about VE Day.


Task 2:  Morse Code was used during the Second World War to send messages without using words.  Look carefully at the Morse Code alphabet below: 



Can you use the alphabet to decode the following message:


Task 3: Can you write the following sentence using Morse Code.


VE Day marks the end of the Second World War in Europe.


Task 4: Create your own sentence in Morse Code and send it to me using the class email and we can test your friends code breaking skills.



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