Wednesday 29th April
Wednesday 29th April 2020
Happy Hump Day!
Your tasks for today are:
English: Today we would like you to work through the grammar activity on First Person and Third Person Pronouns. Make sure you read through the chapter first. Remember this is what we use in class. You are not expected to complete all 3 worksheets. Just the level that is suitable for you. Red = Basic, Green = Advancing and Blue = Deep.
Maths: Today is interpreting data in tables. Use the information provided in the sheet to answer questions. Make sure you look carefully at the information provided.
Get off the screens: Today we would love for you to make a call to someone else.
Making a telephone call can be an easy way to stay connected when you are unable to visit your friends or family and is often a really lovely thing to receive from someone who is alone during this time. We have included some simple instructions for this task which you may find useful.
If you have a smart phone, you could video call your family member or friend so that you can see them as well as talk to them!
Extra Special Project: A reminder for those who may not have seen yesterday, Mr Tebbutt and Mrs May have set a little project for you.
For our next project, we are asking for the children to send us a 5-10 second clip to show us something they have been doing. This could be a model, dance, sport, exercise, art, music or introducing their pet. We will be putting this to music (so no audio in your clip) and making a short film. Please send your short video clips for Mrs Jenny May for collating (email@example.com). Please send your video clips by Friday 1st May.
Can't wait to see what you've all been getting up to!
Have a lovely day,
Miss Morris and Mr Fordham.
The answer to the brain teaser yesterday was: the letter R!
Your brain teaser for today is: A farmer has 19 sheep on his land. One day, a big storm hits and all but seven run away. How many sheep does the farmer have left?
Fact of the day:
Costa Coffee employs Gennaro Pelliccia as a coffee taster, who has had his tongue insured for £10 million since 2009.