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Wednesday 10th June

Hi Everyone

Hope you are all okay.

First Session - Spelling and Grammar

This week in spelling we are looking at different suffixes. Today we are going to learn words that have the suffix ed. Please take the next five ed words ( intended,splashed,escaped,dropped and stopped ) Learn what they mean and how to spell them. Write each word in a sentence and put it in your exercise book. To learn more about ed words, click on the link below and do the activities on spellzone.

In grammar today we are learning about subordinating conjunctions. Click below. Watch the videos and do activity one and two and if you want to extend yourself further do activity three.

Second Session

Day 3

Read and watch the scientist, Louis Pasteur - jotting down key information:

Louis Pasteur - Scientist | Mini Bio | BIO

Watch a short biography video of Louis Pasteur, who is best known for his development of pasteurization and vaccines for rabies and anthrax. #Biography Subsc...

Now read and watch about the scientist , Alexander Fleming, jotting down key information.

Imagine the three scientists you have read about over the past two days, Edward Jenner, Louis Pasteur and Alexander Fleming, have all been nominated for the award, 'Greatest Scientist of All Time' you have been asked to select the winner.

Based on what you have read and watched, writedown who you think deserves to win the prize.

Make sure you write a clear explanation of why you have selected your scientist over the other two.


Third Session

Fluency - Challenge yourself on your times tables, use TTRockstars

Today we are learning about converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa. Watch the clip and do the worksheet.

Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa

Fourth and fifth session - Geography - Mountains and Hills

Lesson 2 : Know what countours are and gradients.

Watch the two clips below.

Then create your own topographic model out of whatever material you like e.g card, playdough, mud etc. Make sure that your model has got a steep gradient on one side and a gentle one on the other.

Here is an example - It does not need to be to scale.

If you have still got time you can do read theory or purple mash !


Hope you have enjoyed today.

Take care !

Mrs Cheetham