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Wednesday 17th June 2020

Good Morning Callisto Class


Please remember to sign the daily register and say hello.



As some point today follow the link to find today's workout challenge with Joe:


If you want to do something different try today's bingo board instead




Fluent in Five - Get your timer ready and see how quickly you can solve the following calculations.


Remember: M = 1000, D = 500, C = 100, L = 50, X = 10, V = 5 and I = 1

MCMLXVI What is the number shown?                           
Subtract XLIV.
Multiply by VII.

Divide by IX.


Today we will having a go a lesson 2 of decimals.  Take a look at the Let's Learn slides where our friends show us how to write decimal numbers to 3 places and then give the guided practice questions a go in your Home Learning Journal.  When you have finished complete worksheet 2 on pages 3 and 4 on your workbook.  the answers are at the bottom of the page.



Read the non-fiction text below 

Can you identify the following 10 words in the text? 













Read the sentence that contains each word and try to write a definition for at least 4 of the words.  If you can't work out the meaning from the text use a dictionary or google to help you.



Based on the reading you have just done I would like you to create a newly discovered animal of your own.  In the text we read the new animal was a combination of parts from 4 different animal.  Which four animal would you combine to create you animal? 


In you Home Learning Journal draw a picture of what your animal would look like.  Place your drawing in the centre of the page so you have room to write at least 10 adjectives to describe your animal around you picture. 


Can you think of a way to combine the names of the animals you used to create a name for the newly discovered animal you have drawn? 



In your reading today you had to find and define 10 words from the text we read - now use an online thesaurus to help you find the antonym (word with an opposite meaning) for as many words in the list as possible.



Visit Spelling frame to practice this weeks homophones just follow the link below -


If you cannot access the sight practice the following words using the hand you don't usually write with -








Topic - Animal Magic


Plants and animals are considered living things because although they look different they have seven things in common - watch the clip below to remind yourself of what these things are.


Create a poster in your Home Learning Journey to help you remember the seven life processes.


Now lets think more carefully about animals.  Animals can be sorted into groups based on how they are similar.  This makes it easier for people to study  them.  There are lots of different groups but today I would like you to research 'vertebrates' (animals with backbones).  This group includes: mammals, amphibians,  reptiles, fish and birds - use the internet to find out more abut each group and how they are different to each other.  Record what you find out in your Home learning Journal - you could draw a picture of each and write down fact or you could create a spider diagram or you could create a chart - the choice is yours.



Using the details in your Home Learning Pack log in to Yumu to find our new unit 'Reflect, Rewind and Replay'.  Select assignments and try some of the activities in Step Three.


Use the register or the class email if you need a reminder of your log in details.

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