Answers to the Mind-boggling mysteries are:
- Telling Time: The impostor initially looked at his left wrist, but he was wearing his wristwatch on his right wrist.
- Uncalled for: Jason gave Aaron his mobile number, and Aaron called it so Jason would now have his number.
How did you go?
Let’s dive right into today’s learning.
We will be continuing on with the TalkforWriting booklet – The City of Silence. Today, can you please complete activity ten, eleven and twelve. In these tasks you have a go at writing using juxtaposition (We have briefly covered this style of writing in class – so it will be good to clear the cobwebs and have another go at it); writing a poem with a repeating pattern (from your initial lines you came up with – e.g The luxurious bathroom of doom); and writing a descriptive paragraph based on your favourite combination.
Good luck – if you would like to send your descriptive poem or paragraph I would love read them – otherwise write it in your exercise book and will look at it when we get back to school.
Thursday 7th May-Literacy
This week marks VE day in Europe. We are going to continue with the radio broadcast script. Read the script again and answer the comprehension questions in your exercise book.
I will put the answers up for both days tomorrow.
Thursday 7th May-Guided Reading
Below you will find a selection of Maths related tasks for you to complete today. Please complete Summer term – Week three, lesson four – mixed addition and subtraction. Don’t forget if the denominators are not the same – you will need to find a common denominator.
Once you have finished that login to Mathletics.
Thursday 7th May - Maths
We are going to be looking at existing bridges over the river Thames (Lesson 7). You will need to use Google-maps to help you with this lesson. (remember to access using your USO logins).
Thursday 7thMay – Topic
Keep up with keeping fit and healthy with PE with Jo.
Here are your mind-boggling mysteries for today