Today's maths is all about converting pence to pounds. How many pence are there in £1. Have a go at finding different way's of making up £1. How many different combinations can you find. Use coins to help you if you have them at home. Have a go with different starting amounts.
Watch the video https://vimeo.com/413284193 for help in answering questions then have a go at the worksheet below.
As always, try the questions on the flashback 4 and the True or False questions.
Today in English we would like you to have a go at the three games below. They are explained in the unit pack.
Today we are carrying on with homophones.
First of all we would like you to make a list of all of the homophones you can think of. Then have a go at the warm up powerpoint. There are 3 worksheets for you to choose the correct homophone for the sentence. Which homophones were on your list?
To finish, we would like you to write our own sentence using the homophones you have seen today correctly.
Remember to warm up your hands and make sure you are sitting correctly for neat handwriting. Then have a go at the sheet below. When you have finished, write your own sentences using the words on the sheet.
First of all, don't forget to have a go at the challenge Mr Moran has set today for Virtual Sports Week.
The 23rd June 2020 is Olympic Day. Unfortunately, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, which was meant to be held this summer, has been rescheduled for next year.
We would like you to do some research about the Olympics Games to create a fact file or poster.
Some things you may want to find out about.
Below are some resources for you to have a look at as a starting point. You may want to do more research on the internet but always ask an adult first.
We would also like you to spend some time researching some Olympians and Paralympians; how they got to where they are, the medals they have won, their training etc. They may be ones from a sport or country you are interested in or could just be ones you have heard of. All of these athletes show great amounts of determination to get where they are and have really inspiring stories.
Some famous Olympians and Paralympians include:
There are hundreds more than this!
You can present your learning however you wish to.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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