Wednesday 13th May
It is really nice to hear how many of you are enjoying this weeks challenge.
I have added even more of your exercise videos to last week's celebration page, so go have a watch!
Well done to Mia who came first yesterday in SPAG, Isla who came 2nd and Lottie who came 3rd! I will add your raffle tickets on to the chart.
Today is your last day to do your 1km or 2km run, if you haven't already please send me your photos so I can send them on to Mrs Murray.
L.O. To convert fractions to decimals using short division
SC1. I understand that fractions such as 3/4 is the same as 3 divided by 4.
SC2. I can divide a number with decimals using short division
L.O. To know how to classify living things
SC1. I can use a classification key
SC2. I can create my own classification key from plants I can find around me
Create your own classification key using flowers and plants you find around you. You can do this using photographs, drawings or by using their names.
L.O. To write an informal diary entry to document and observe.
SC1. I can use informal language writing in the first person and present tense.
SC2. I can use brackets to add extra information.
Today I would like you to add another diary entry to your journal. Please make sure you are answering the following questions and take a look at our SC2! I know you can all do this; however, you fail to use this technique in your writing. Try and add it in today.
What have you achieved so far in challenge 6?
What new knowledge have you gained?
What steps did you need to do in order to do this?
How do you feel about challenge 6? Do you think it will be successful?
Remember you can draw detailed sketches or annotated sketches if you would like to. I have also uploaded the word mat again to help you.
Dear Year 6,
Challenging stereotypes and discrimination. Please look at the attachment and for each statement please write down someone who shows it to be false.
Dear Year 5,
Please read the attachment and keep a journal for when you feel frustrated or angry. Answer the questions listed. Write a brief summary of your observations and conclusions.