Tuesday 19th May
If you haven't seen Miss McCann's message on our WB page yet, make sure you give it a watch :)
Well done to Ellis who came 1st in our SPAG game yesterday, Seb who was 2nd and Lucas who was 3rd. I will add your raffle tickets to the chart.
Well done to everyone for keeping up your PE lessons. I don't know about you but it definitely feels easier when the sun in shining!
L.O. To understand seasonality of produce
SC1. I can say what food items are in season now in the UK
SC2. I can find out where food items have come from
SC3. I am beginning to understand the impact of local produce
What is in season in the UK right now?
Can you find an item of food from all 6 continents?
What food item has travelled the furthest to be in your kitchen?
What food item has been produced the closest to you?
What is the most obscure location a food item has come from?
Why do you think it is important to try and eat foods that have been produced locally to you?
L.O. To solve problems involving equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages.
SC1. I can order and use less than and more than statements to solve problems of equivalence.
SC2. I can solve word problems using equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages.
No video today as it is more consolidation of finding equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. If you get stuck on orange or red you can always put the numbers into the same type of graph as green.
What is the task and what do I have available to complete the task?
In English this week we are mirroring our 2020 Challenge. So alongside learning about a balanced diet, we will be learning how to write a balanced argument.
So you can see a good example of a balanced argument; our comprehension text this week is a text arguing if it is okay for children to have chocolate for breakfast.
Answers are attached.