Tuesday 28th April 2020

Good morning,

I hope you have all logged into Sumdog and continuing the completion – remember it closes this Thursday and we are in it to beat the year 4 class (in a nice way).

Answers to the Mind-boggling mysteries are:

  1. Denied passage:  It was a toll booth but he didn’t have any money.
  2. Ready for bed: His phone rang.  Although he unplugged his mobile phone charger from the wall, it wasn’t turned off.

I hope you got both of these!

Guided Reading answers from yesterday – Guided Reading-Answers

 

It might be a bit cooler day but I’m sure you are all warmed up ready to learn.

 

Literacy:

I would like you to watch the following videos – What role does humour have in your books? ; Why do you have a distinct location in mind when you write? ; What makes for good dialogue in a book? ; How to write good dialogue in a book.  You will need to use your USO logins to view these videos.

Edit your portal story so it adds these elements.  Also see the editing checklist I have attached for other key components to edit.

 

Tuesday 28th April-Literacy

Hear from the Author

 

Reading:

Today we are going to be looking at Charles Darwin – as we will be exploring his ideas of the coming weeks in Science.  You are going to put to comprehension of non-fiction texts to the test.  Use the websites provided to fill out the fact sheet about Charles Darwin.

 

Tuesday 28th April-Guided Reading

Charles Darwin-Information

Charles Darwin - Website

 

 

Mathematics:

Below you will find a selection of Maths related tasks for you to complete today.  Please complete Summer term – Week two, lesson two – angles in regular polygons.  We have not covered this topic specifically but you will begin to make links from previous learning to help you.

Tuesday 28th April - Maths

 Once you have finished that login to Mathletics and SumDog. Click on the image below to go straight to the login page.

 

Science:

Yesterday we started to look at animal adaptation and how this helps them to survive environments (sometimes extreme environments).  Sunday night on the BBC ‘primates’ was aired – this showed adaptations of various primates across the world.  If you didn’t get a chance to view it and have time to fill I strongly recommend watch it.

BBC Iplayer – primates

Today you will be choosing an animal and researching their adaptations.  It could be one of the animals we looked at yesterday or any one of the species across the world.  I have provided a fact file template to help you. 

Tuesday 28th April-Science

Fact-file Template

 

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

 

Here are your mind-boggling Mysteries.

Mind-boggling Mysteries