For maths this week I’d ike you to practice your times tables using the link below.
If you are feeling pretty confident with them, then try the times tables quiz and see how far you can get. Write it down and bring it into school on wednesday.
TOPIC – Olympic Games
Next week we will start researching the history of the Olympic Games. Find out five interesting facts about either the modern or ancient games (or both) that you can bring to class and share by wednesday please. We will have a display of the information you’ve discovered.
Spellings: You have been given a sheet of spellings which show you how to change tenses and how to change verbs to nouns or nouns to verbs. Please choose a column to learn – remember to challenge yourself ! Have a go at two columns and earn some marbles for the marble jar (I was looking today, it’s nearly full!) This website might help you to practice. You have to type in your spellings onto the current word bank and press GO! It’s good fun!
We have been working on a new topic ,the Greeks and Greek myths . We have learnt about Medusa and other mythical creatures such as Peagasus ,Chymera ,Satyr,Hydra ,Cerberus and the Minotaur.Today we made wanted posters for our favourite mythical beast, the most popular beast was the minotaur.In maths today we were working on probability which means the likeliness of something to happen.In i.c.t we made a poster on the lifecycle of a butterfly.
Literacy: Miss Ashton has set you homework based on Medusa that needs to be in next wednesday please.
Maths – Mental adding and subtracting to 100 on Manga High:
Play four times between now and next Friday and record of your score
Spellings – What do these words mean? Find out what they mean then write each word and what they are/mean into your homework book. I will test you on them next week…
Acropolis, Centaur, Eureka, Hoplite, Minotaur, Odysseus, Olympia, Sacrifice, Tragedy and Wreath.
Deadline: Friday 22nd June.
On Thursday, I woke up early , and changed into my 1950s dress.Iwas very excited because it was the street party .
At school everyone looked great in their 1950s costumes. It was like we had gone back sixty years to celebrate the Queen’s Corination,
We had a very special assembly too, and everyone recieved a gold coin , one side of the gold coin had a picture of the Queens head ,just like you would find on a normal coin, and the other side had a logo for the Diamond Jubilee on it.
After lunch, we started to set up all of the tables for the street party; it was disastourous! It was so windy that all the plates kept blowing away and we had to sellotape everything down.
At five to two everyone was seated and ready. OUr street party had begun.