Good morning and Happy Friday!!
The answers for yesterday’s mind-boggling mysteries are:
- Counterfeit coin: The thief’s plan was to make many forgeries of the coin. When the forged coins were compared to the counterfeit one in the museum, they would be determined authentic, and he would have a fortune.
- Private messages: The spies wrote short messages on the back of the postage stamp. They used steam to remove the stamps and read the messages.
Wow! These are very smart people.
Here are the guided reading answers for yesterday
Switch on those brains ready for today’s learning.
Today we are going to continue practising our speaking and listening skills. I don’t know about you but I found it hard to listen to the different accents around the UK. Remember you will need to use your USO logins.
Today I would like to focus on two tasks – multi-modal presentation and techniques bank
Friday 15th May - Literacy
Since we are looking at London in our topic – I thought it would be nice to revisit the Great Fire of London as it changed the London landscape significantly and permanently.
We will continue with the same text as yesterday – but looking specifically at vocabulary.
Friday 15th May-Guided Reading
Below you will find a selection of Maths related tasks for you to complete today. Please complete Summer term – Friday Maths Challenge – Good luck!
Once you have finished that login to Mathletics.
Friday 15th May - Maths
We are going to continue with our computer coding lessons. If you didn’t get a chance to do them last week – you know have the chance to do last week and this weeks. Remember you will need to use your USO login to access these lessons.
Today I would like you to play around – at your own pace – with this idea. There are 25 lessons for you to learn. Continue from where you are up to from last week. We will be coding next week Friday as well, so don’t rush ahead.
Friday 15th May - Computing
Keep up with keeping fit and healthy with PE with Jo.
Have a fantastic weekend!