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Wednesday 10th February 2021

Good Morning Titan Class!



This Friday we are having another Zoom video call for everyone at home and everyone in the class. Instructions for how to join will be on Friday's learning page. Hope to see you all there!



Start with 15 minutes on TTrockstars.


X tables:

Start maths with our times table practice from our little booklet. This will be the second time through this booklet, this is to ensure that you can thoroughly practice your 8 times tables. Please write the whole number sentences in your home learning journals. Look at the bottom of todays page for the answers.

Fluent in 5:


Remember to use this handy tool to help you with time vocabulary:


Here is a link to an interactive clock; an analogue and digital clock:


Today's lesson:

Applying knowledge of time to solve problems

In this lesson you will solve time related problems by applying your understanding of time.

Click on the link below to start the lesson:




Suffixes are letters that can be added to the end of words to change their meaning.


- Adding the suffix -ly, turns an adjective into an adverb
'nice' becomes 'nicely'


- If the word ends with 'y', the 'y' becomes an 'i', and then add -ly
'happy' becomes 'happily'


- If the word ends with 'le', drop the 'le' and add -ly
'terrible' becomes 'terribly'


Write each word three times and then write a sentence for each word. Ask someone in your house to help test you.





Here is a poem called 'I Built Myself a Time Machine' by the American poet Kenn Nesbitt.


I built myself a time machine
tomorrow afternoon,
then traveled back to yesterday,
and very, very soon
I’ll re-create my time machine
and travel once again
to yesterday where, like before,
I’ll wait two days and then
I’ll build myself a time machine.
I’m such a nincompoop.
I never should have made this thing.
I’m stuck inside a loop.


Do you like this poem? Why?

Read this poem out loud to someone in your family. What did they think?

Write your own poem that starts with the line: 'I built myself I time machine'






Think you are an online safety expert? See if you can get 10/10 in this tricky quiz!




Your activity:




To finish this area on Judaism and the significance of Passover, here is a quiz to test you knowledge. Some of the answers are multiple choice, but some require a short answer; you will need to type these in on the line underneath the questions. Click on the link below to complete the quiz:

x table answers