Tuesday 19th May 2020

Good morning

The answers for yesterday’s mind-boggling mysteries are:

  1. Going Green: Since all the traffic lights were green, all the pedestrian signals said walk, and all four crosswalks were filled with people.
  2. Answer me this: Laura explained that because she left the empty juice pitcher in the fridge, her mum wouldn’t have to clean it before making more orange juice from concentrate.

 

Here are the guided reading answers from yesterday :

Guided Reading- Answers

Switch on those brains ready for today’s learning.

 

Literacy:

This week we will be doing another Talk4Writing booklet.  The booklet – The Cave of Requirement – is set for year 6 and 7 but I am positive you will be able to keep up.

Today please read I would like you to complete the activities under the heading “Vocabulary” (page 11) which will lead into the next activity “Comprehension” (Page 12-20). 

It may seem like a lot of work today – but the you have a choice of three in the comprehension to complete.

Tuesday 19th May-Literacy

 

Remember the Talk4Writing offers a presentation ever weekday morning at 9.30am RadioBlogging.net This is includes language games, creative writing and guest input from famous authors such as Frank Cottrell-Boyce.

 

Reading:

Since there is a lot to complete this week in literacy, we will keep Reading Comprehension short and sweet each day.

Tuesday 19th May-Guided Reading

 

Mathematics:

Below you will find a selection of Maths related tasks for you to complete today.  Please complete Summer term – Week 5, lesson 2 – multiplying decimals by whole numbers.  This is revision for you so should be quite straight forward.

 

Once you have finished that login to Mathletics.

Tuesday 19th May - Maths

 

Science:

Today is the second lesson exploring how human intervention has accelerated and created adaptations in plants and animals.  Today, read the information and complete the activity on – classifying plants and animals under different categories related to selective human intervention (We have used a Carroll diagram before – so this should be familiar to you).

The last slide asks you two important questions - Should humans intervene in this way? Why? Why not? And What effect will this have on living things in the future?  I would like you to write a persuasive text arguing your point of view (I encourage you to do some of your own research and information gathering before you make up your mind).

Tuesday 19th May-Science

Science-Activity  

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

 

Here are today’s Mind-boggling Mysteries for today.

Mind-boggling Mysteries