Wednesday 10th June 2020

Good morning.

Answers to the Mind-boggling Mysteries:

  1. Sudden Blindness: She was enjoying the view through a coin-operated telescope, but the time ran out, and she didn’t have any more money.
  2. In the Hole:  His money was falling out of the hole in his pocket.

 

Switch on those brains ready for today’s learning.

 

Literacy:

We are going to continue with ‘The Gadgets Workbook.

Today I would like you to continue with activity six (new ideas); and seven (draw your gadget).  I am sure with your imagination the spy gadgets you come up with will be outstanding and interesting.

Wednesday 10th June-Literacy

 

Reading:

Let’s continue analysing the image: European Refugee. Today, we are going to examine some words you might have thought of when viewing this image.  

Wednesday 10th June-Guided Reading

 

Mathematics:

 

Below you will find a selection of Maths related tasks for you to complete today.  Please complete Summer term – Week 7, Lesson 3 – Substitution.  I have also attached a worksheet to complete in your exercise book.  Some activities included in the worksheet will be new to you – remember to substitute the x with a number and go from there.

 

Once you have finished that login to Mathletics.

 

Wednesday 10th June - Maths

Wednesday 10th June-Maths Worksheet

 

Science:

Last week we looked at different habitats, compared and classified animals.  Today and tomorrow we are going to be revisiting vertebrates and invertebrates, particularly at the skeletal structure – Endoskeleton and Exoskeletons.

You might find it fascinating to watch an animal shed its exoskeleton – I have attached one video, but there are many more out there if you are interested.

Wednesday 10th June- Science

Wednesday 10th June-Science Worksheet

Endoskeleton Vs Exoskeleton

Cricket sheddingexoskeleton

 

Here are today’s Mind-boggling Mysteries:

Mind-boggling Mysteries

 

VIRTUAL CHOIR

 

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: 

 

Music Blog

 

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: 


Music Information 

 

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

 

Happy learning and see you tomorrow J