6K are so good at gymnastics that we had a challenge today. We rearranged the equipment into more exciting designs and had fun exploring it. I am always so impressed with their ideas in these lessons. Well done 6K!
Mrs Izon :)
Today in maths, we revised how to answer questions about fractions and we were trying to be quick as well.
If you still need more practice, you can search 'fractions' on MyMaths or try some of the games on here
Below are some Anchor songs about them which might help you too.
We also had a look at some questions involving length that required us to convert. Here are some links to mymaths to help you.
We had a look at how to use the apostrophe to show possession. Remember to look at the word in front of the apostrophe to help.
1 cat - the cat's bowl
2 cats - the cats' bowl
Have a go at this quiz - http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/game/en29punc-game-who-owns-what
Expanded Noun Phrases
In the afternoon, we looked at the scale of a map to help us work out the distance between different places. Here is a mymaths lesson linked to this - https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1702-lesson/map-scales
In maths today, we carried on looking at ratio. Here are some free worksheets (found here https://www.homeschoolmath.net/worksheets/ratio_word_problems.php) that you can use to practice.
This morning we had a really good look at our handwriting and letter formation. We are working through the families of letters to make sure that we are forming them correctly.
In maths, we have been looking at how to read scales. Here is a game if you want to have a practice.
In writing, we are planning a diary entry as if we are Karl from our new story. Here are all the things that we need to include in a diary entry.
With Miss Hanif, in the afternoon, the class looked at circuits. I heard they had a lot of fun!!
Dania, our digital leader, led an unplugged computing lesson this morning. She read out an algorithm and we had to follow it. All the pictures are very similar so the algorithm must have been very clear!
Well done Dania!!