Good Morning Oberon!
Joe Wicks is still working out on Wednesdays, join him in the video below.
Start with some times table practice - you can use TTRockstars, get an adult to test you or write them in your journals.
Solve these equations in your home learning journal:
145.98 + 973.4 =
17.43 - 4.92 =
84.91 x 4 =
416 divided by 26 =
Solve these challenges in your home learning journal, they get trickier as you go through them.
In Kensuke’s Kingdom, Michael writes about the magic of gazing at the stars. Peter shares his passion. Read the story starter below and complete the tale - What has Peter glimpsed? A new planet? A UFO? An alien spaceship? A magical shooting star? The possibilities are endless! You could maintain a sense of realism or write the next great science fiction story. I look forward to reading them when you are back in class tomorrow.
As an astronomer, Peter believed he had the best job in the world! Ever since he was a boy, Peter had been fascinated with stars, planets, moons, comets and galaxies. Any celestial object that he witnessed had Peter enraptured.
As he stood alone on the frozen surface of the lake, wrapped up well against the bitterly cold wind, Peter glimpsed something extraordinary through his telescope. It was in moments like this that Peter truly felt alive...
This week's spellings are below. Write each word THREE times.
Use each word in a sentence. Can you write some silly sentences using more than one of the words?
You have read the first two chapters of Kensuke’s Kingdom in school. Sketch a picture of what you imagine Peggy Sue (the boat) to look like.
In your English task you saw Peter, who believed he had the best job in the world. Can you draw a picture that represents the job you would like to do when you grow up? We might be able to use these in our video, so make sure they’re your best work.