Thursday 18th June 2020

Good morning.

Here are the Mind-boggling answers from yesterday:

  1. State of Art:  The artist decided that the quickest way to make his artwork worth a lot of money was to use expensive material, such as gold and silver.  But he wasn’t the best artist, so his art never sold very well.
  2. In the Fog: The foggy weather wasn’t that bad.  The windows in his car were fogged up, so he ran the defrost before feeling safe enough to drive.

 

Switch on those brains ready for today’s learning.

 

Literacy:

This week we have looked at three different Greek myths – Odysseus and the Cyclops; Orpheus and Eurydice; Theseus and the Minotaur.

Today I would like you to plan a myth of your own based on the Ancient Wonder of the World you chose on Monday. For Example – I would plan a myth to explain the earthquake that destroyed the Colossus of Rhodes.  It might be that a God, disgusted with the outcome of the war stomped his foot shaking the world to its core.

I’m sure you will be able to come up with something more exciting.  

Use the familiar story mountain planning that you are confident with.  I have attached things to consider when writing a myth.

Thursday 18th June-Literacy

What is a myth

 

 Reading:

Today I would like to you examine specific vocabulary highlighted in the pamphlet - The Urban Wildlife Trust.  

Remember I will post all of the answers this Friday.

Thursday 18th June-Guided Reading

 

Mathematics:

 

Below you will find a selection of Maths related tasks for you to complete today.  Please complete Summer term – Week 8, Lesson 3 – Miles and Kilometres. I have also attached a worksheet to complete in your exercise book.

 

Once you have finished that login to Mathletics.

Thursday 18th June - Maths

Thursday 18th June-Maths Worksheet

 

Science:

Yesterday you designed a creature suitable to live in a desert Environment. How did you go? Why did you choose certain features?  Take time to share your creature with your classmates.

Today you will create a different creature to survive and thrive in a newly discovered environment.   

Remember you can choose to either cut, copy and paste each body part onto a PowerPoint or draw the environment and creature into your exercise book.  Make sure you have read the details of the newly discovered environment to ensure your creature will not only survive but thrive.

Once you have created your creature (ensuring you have a labelled diagram) please write two paragraphs explaining why you have chosen certain aspects of your creature and how this will help them survive in the desert.

Thursday 18th June-Science

 

Here are today’s Mind-boggling Mysteries:

Mind-boggling Mysteries 

 

Keep up with keeping fit and healthy with PE with Jo.

 

Happy learning and see you tomorrow J