Here are the answers to the Mind-boggling Mysteries:
- Times are changing: The car’s clock and radio used the same display. When he turned on his car, it showed what radio station was playing before it displayed the time.
- No fighting chance: The men were competing in an arm wrestling competition, but unfortunately, one was right-handed and the other was left-handed.
Switch on those brains ready for today’s learning.
This week we will strip Literacy right back to focus on Grammar and Vocabulary.
The next three days will see you engaging with several Grammar and Writing games. Today I would like you to complete activities relating to Adjectives. Have fun with your word play and let your imagination go wild.
Thursday 4th June Literacy
Since the Space X launched successfully on the weekend and the astronauts safely board the ISS, I thought it would be nice to look back in history to when we first considered the moon scientifically – with Galileo. Today will focus on Vocabulary.
Thursday 4th June-Guided Reading
Below you will find a selection of Maths related tasks for you to complete today. Please complete Summer term – Week 6, Lesson 4 – Percentages of amounts. This is revision. I have also attached a worksheet to complete in your exercise book.
Once you have finished that login to Mathletics.
Thursday 4th June - Maths
Thursday 4th June-Maths Worksheet
To make sure we create the right creature for the right habitat – we are going to revisit some prior knowledge on habitats; grouping and classification; Common plants and animals. These concepts you would have learnt in year 4 and earlier in this academic year.
Before you skip to the answers in the presentation, have a go at the worksheets I have provided – you may just like to do them in your head, discussed with an adult or write them into your exercise book.
Thursday 4th June - Science Worksheets
Thursday 4th June-Science
Here are today’s Mind-boggling Mysteries:
This week we are embarking on a new and exciting project at St John the Divine.
This is to put together an online choir performance of the children from different year groups.
Mr Postles has put a new Blog on the Music page about this. You can access the Music Blog from the same place you access this page every day of use this link below to go straight there:
In order to make this happen, all you need to do is to record the child singing along to one (or all three!) of the songs chosen for this project. There are a few things we need to get right, so please refer to the information on the blog!
To see Mr Postles explain the information in a video, please follow this link:
Keep up with keeping fit and healthy with PE with Jo.
Happy learning and see you tomorrow J