Click on the link to play mission US
MOT (Maths On Track)
Keep practising your mental maths at home with the link below:
Researching The Grand Canyon
Use these links to help you research the Grand Canyon:
Kilometres and metres
We looked at kilometres in maths this week. Can you remember how many metres are in a kilometre? We walked/ran a kilometre so we knew how big it was! It was much bigger than we all thought!
Dividing whole numbers by 10
This week in maths we started our unit in measurement. To make sure we were ready for converting measurements we practised dividing whole numbers by 10. We used 3 chocolate bars and had 10 children in each group. Can you remember what fraction each child got? What is this as a decimal?
Animal digestive systems
You will need one of these links to help you with your Science work today.
This week we have been learning about digestion. Can you remember which organs are used in digestion? What do they do?
Watch the video to help you with your learning:
Leave a comment describing how digestion works for a dojo.
The chicks have arrived!
Every year, we look after some eggs and watch excitedly when they hatch. We were really lucky to see one hatch this week!
If you would like to watch the live stream, click on the link below:
This week, we have had a real focus on practising our arithmetic skills. We are developing our number sense. This means looking at the numbers in the calculation and deciding the best and most efficient method to work it out – we discovered we hardly had to use column method!
Continue your learning at home with the link below (Don’t forget to look for magic 10!):
We had another great lesson with our ukuleles. We began to learn a new song called ‘rock around the clock’. Click on the link below to listen to it at home: